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”
I was invited to participate in the Arts & Cookery Bank's Food Fight this summer when I poked my head into their amazing heritage and social enterprise site in West Lorne, ON. (See my previous post on the tour I received.) It was really a push outside my box. Not the black box that contained … Continue reading I went to a Food Fight and won!
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.
Does your family still eat cereal? (Based on current trends, less families are for some reason. I'm guessing it's because we have too many drive thru options!) Well we do! And we also use it as a crunchy snack that is healthier than chips. But with Costco bringing bigger boxes and taking up space, I … Continue reading Kitchen Organization Idea – Cereal Bags
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Lots of blog post ideas came out of my two camping trips in July. I will spend time penning them later but wanted to share one of my frugal tips for YOUR next camping trip. Ever go to a hotel and not use their coffee pods? They look a bit like tea bags but fit … Continue reading Quick Camping Hack