Last week I did my own first, self administered cleanse. Inspired by Meg and the benefits she feels from a Mindfully Fed seasonal cleanse gave me the curiosity to try. I was confident to figure out my own approach, sticking to all single whole food ingredients. Continue reading
If you’ve been following us throughout April, it’s time for our finale for Autism Awareness Month. We worked hard to create a visual recipe format for non-readers using our chocolate cake, and build a library of techniques that we hope to share with you in future recipes. We also discussed the importance of being outdoors and adding more sensory input into all of our lives. But we saved the best for last, our slow cooking video. Continue reading
Last July I celebrated my 50th birthday with a trip to Peru. In addition to hiking the Inca Trail I used the trip as a research mission, to gather spice and recipe inspiration for our Zen of Slow Cooking venture.
As a host at Thanksgiving, having a house full of guests and dinner to prepare can be anxiety inducing even for the most proficient of home cooks. You will be grateful to wake up to this big pot of creamy overnight oatmeal, prepared Thanksgiving eve and cooked in time for the earliest risers, while staying warm for those who sleep in.