It all begins with food - Cookbook review Just a little over a month ago, the nutrifoodie in me was surprised when I peeked into my mailbox: Food Bloggers of Canada had selected me to receive a copy of “It All Begins with Food” to review it. I’m assuming they picked me, as my niche … Continue reading Cookbook Review: It all beings with food.
(This article was inspired by my very spicy chili recipe.) It is true that it takes up to 30 minutes sometimes for an adult, to feel full after eating. We have stomach sensors as well as all those brain signals that try sending messages for us to interpret and decide on how to handle each … Continue reading Let’s get nuts and get crackin’: Tips to eat more mindfully but less in “weight”
Working hard for your money doesn't mean you have to have the gold standard - you might just be paying for looks, not taste or nutrition.
Welcome to my crazy blogging idea. I am introducing Nutrition Bites: "My Worst Client" series. Follow along with the frustrating and REAL struggles people have with their health, sifting through the myths of "what's healthy?" and using my partner in crime as the basis for these examples. I am using "Mr. R. Ginger" as my … Continue reading My Worst “Client” – First Episode (Juicing) in a Continuing Series
I have been a customer and fan of Epicure products for over 11 years now in Ontario. And I usually buy something when invited to a "party". This is the one at-home or book party that sells stuff that I can afford AND I use! It was originally a Canadian 'spice blend for dips' company … Continue reading Product Review: Epicure’s Silicone Waffle Mold
If you live anywhere in Ontario I bet you are thinking "Where?", "Are you kidding?" or "You are lying!" I began my trek at 9:30am by tweeting @ElginCounty where good foodie or farm places to go in between London and West Lorne. They responded with two farms that I still have yet to go to! … Continue reading I gallivanted in West Lorne, Ontario and ended up there the whole day!
So our family tradition is to go to a local pick your own strawberry farm (Heeman's in Thorndale, ON) the day after school is done for the summer. This year, we had a late start and went around 4 pm to pick. We saw an old friend that worked the Pick Your Own (or #PYO … Continue reading Pick your own berries? Yes, please.