Monthly November, 2016
Pumpkin spice flavor is so popular, but why eat fake flavored food? Try my treats that include real pumpkin and real spice, and you’ll never go back to faux foods!
One of my favorite writers, Ellen Kanner, wrote a fantastic book that I recommend to everyone who is looking for some Zen and some good food. It’s funny, true, and deeply soulful. It’s called Feeding the Hungry Ghost, please check it out. Here’s a link to more information: And a bonus recipe from Ellen
Now that the Thanksgiving stuffing and pie are all gone, it can feel as if the month before Christmas is all about shopping. But I put it to you, you still have to eat. And nothing fuels you for a round of retailing like root vegetables. Don’t get scattered and stressed. What you need is
Perhaps I am stating the obvious, but, Thanksgiving is this week. Everyone here in Minnesota has been too busy enjoying the extra bonus round of Summer, oblivious to the holidays right around the corner. I never got around to raking the last of the leaves, but here we are. So if you haven’t got your
Tibetan Tsampa for Spirituality? Have you ever wanted to be a little bit more like the Dalai Lama? More serene, loving, and inspiring to everyone around you? Well, you may have a few thousand hours of meditation to get through first, but on your way, you can try eating the same thing for breakfast.
Americans love quinoa. It’s the Meryl Streep of grains. It’s been the great whole grain success story, and continues to grow. I attended the Whole Grains Council conference in September, where trendologist Kara Nielsen gave us a fascinating presentation on food trends. According to Nielsen, food go through phases of inception, adoption, proliferation, and finally,