Category Archives: DIY food
Despite the bad rap from conventional medicine and most nutritionists, fats from animals raised on pasture are of great benefit to human health. Saturated fats play many important biologic roles. They are an integral component of cell membranes, which are … Continue reading
>Well, that was fun! I met with Tony Fuentes, host of LaunchPad Radio and co-owner of the fabulous Milagros Boutique, and we talked about kitchen literacy, lactofermentation, and the social and economic benefits of DIY food. Check it out.
When my husband and I were about to be married, we did what many couples do and set up a registry. Rather, I did what many brides do and set up a registry. Husband-to-be wasn’t especially keen on the idea, … Continue reading
I was having one of those days. Tired and hungry at five o’clock after a very busy day during which I hadn’t thought even once about dinner. There were some leftovers from the previous evening’s experimental spaghetti squash “lasagna” with … Continue reading
We were enjoying a lovely spring tease here last week and my mind began turning to nettles. I strongly believe that our bodies, if we let them, will guide us to the foods we need for health. In the winter, … Continue reading
Fennel bulb intrigues me and I love it in salads and roasted, but ideas for how to combine its nutty licorice-ness in a cooked savory dish have alluded me. Two fennel bulbs and a chuck roast in my fridge inspired … Continue reading