After a long, long drive through the corn fields of Nebraska, we would be greeted at my grandparents’ house with a big hug and a homemade cookie. Each and every time, and I always looked forward to those first few moments. Sweet relief from the extreme boredom of the car, lots of love and something tasty prepared by loving hands. Perhaps I got my love of baking from my grandma and my mom.Read More
Thank you for joining us on Natural Living Monday! I am excited to see the great things you have been doing to live a more natural, whole, holistic life. We have some great featured posts this week including this wonderful post from Simple Life Mom that has fun inventive ways to naturally color your own lip gloss.Read More
Brussel sprouts are tiny cute little members of the cabbage family and when I was a kid, I hated them! But now I love them and so do my own kids, which I think is pretty cool.
Here is a tasty recipe for making your brussels sprouts and eating them too.Read More
Soup for breakfast you say? I thought it kinda strange too when my husband told me about the soup he used to eat while living with Japanese roommate during college. For years he would reminisce about the breakfasts they would have together ~ delicious, healthy and convenient Japanese soups complete with dried little fishes floating around in the bowl.Read More
Yesterday we made this gorgeous rainbow of food for lunch, a yearly Thanksgiving tradition at our preschool. In preparation for making our delicious rainbow I asked each child to bring in a fruit or veggie of a specific color to share.Read More