On this week of Thanksgiving, I want to give thanks for the blessings of the last year. My children are health and still (mostly) enjoy spending time with us. My husband is a loving, supportive partner and a great father.
I had hoped to have a new dessert recipe for you this week, but have put such projects on hold for the foreseeable future. I am currently three days into a candida diet, and therefore must avoid all sweeteners as
I need to apologize to you, dear reader. You likely noticed that I have not been writing much in the last several weeks. My health took another turn and my energy levels plummeted, along with my ability to focus. For
I remember getting very excited whenever my mom made Stove Top Stuffing. Now, several years into my health journey I know how dangerous processed food products like this can be.(wheat, GMO soy, BHA, BHT, MSG, etc). Eating gluten-free also puts
Do you still have a smiling jack-o-lantern sitting on your front porch? Don’t throw it away. Here is a simple roasted vegetable medley that uses that lovely squash. 2 cups pumpkin, peeled and cubed 1 cup chopped cauliflower 1 cup