Month: September 2014

Week In Review

Monday is here again! I hope last week went well and your weekend was peaceful, fruitful, and relaxing…as all weekends should be! Our week was a bit hectic with this’s and that’s, Tony traveling here and there for interviews, and a couple of days…

An Attempt At Coconut Milk Yogurt

Last week I found this yogurt maker on Amazon for $24.99. There’s all kinds of ways to make your own yogurt at home, you don’t necessarily have to have a yogurt maker. You can use your oven light or a cooler with a heating…

Paleo Wrap Review

Ahhh…Paleo. We do not have a good relationship. If we’re talking the meat and vegetables, fruits and seeds kind of Paleo diet, I have no problem with it. But when we start baking things out of coconut flour and almond meal, it all starts…

Green Tea Golden Milk

Have you tried golden milk? It’s an amazing gut healer and anti-inflammatory. Lately, I’ve been drinking green tea with half a lemon and medicinal honey first thing every morning. It’s a fantastic liver tonic (gets things flushing through your liver) and a refreshing way…

A Walk In The Park & Chocolate Pots De Creme

How was your weekend? Hopefully it was filled with fun and relaxation. We originally had plans for company but had to cancel because I’ve been feeling under the weather. I couldn’t muster the energy to entertain a house full of people. Typically unlike me…

Ginger Molasses Chocolate Chip Cookies

It’s that time of year when spicy comfort foods start making their way into the kitchen. Although, we’re still having warmer weather than usual, we’ve started having chilly mornings and evenings. So chilly in fact, that rather than give up our evenings on the…

Pumpkin Spice Buckwheat Bake

This recipe is adapted from my sister-in-law, Alysia’s recipe for Buckwheat Bake. She adapted hers from a friend’s recipe. It’s made with buckwheat groats. You just simply grind them into flour in your blender. I’m not sure why they don’t just use buckwheat flour…I’ll…