I have to admit, it started with the bus. It’s not everyday you see a gorgeously painted, 1987 school bus stocked with vegetables and local Virginia products, so when you do, you stop to get the full story. You just do. Read more »
Confidant, running buddy, napping partner in crime… our pets play many roles in our lives, it’s only fair they should be celebrated; what better time to do just that than October, which is National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month? Read more »
There’s just something about cold weather and baking that go hand in hand, and if it’s not already obvious, I’m a fan of both these things. Read more »
Bitterness. It’s not a flavor held in high regard. Never does a menu boast a delectably bitter appetizer, and never do you hear about a friend’s amazingly bitter dinner. It’s not necessarily the palate’s deepest desire, but it is a flavor that indicates great health. Little do most people know, humans are designed to eat bitter flavors. In this post, I will give the rundown on bitter foods, and why we should be including them in our everyday diet. Read more »
I don’t have a very big sweet tooth, but there are those times where I crave a little something delicious.
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Turmeric is a spice that has long sat on my spice rack looking lovely and golden, yet remaining largely unused. Recently however, I’ve been reading more and more about this exotic spice, which is thought to be one of the most beneficial and potent antioxidants in the world, and I’ve realized: It’s time to make turmeric a main ingredient. Read more »