Shamrock shake recipes seem to be a right of passage for any food blogger, especially this time of year. Honestly, I have never had the McDonald’s version of the Shamrock Shake, so I have nothing to compare that way. I can only imagine it is […]
February is Therapeutic Recreation Month here in Canada. By definition, therapeutic recreation is the use of recreation as a means of making changes in a person’s emotional, spiritual, mental, social, and physical well-being in the environment that they reside. It engages individuals based on their […]
The new year is upon us, and with it comes planning out the garden! I love gardening! There is just something so therapeutic about it, and there are many health benefits one gains from growing their own food! Even if you have a less than […]
Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail. Hippity, hoppity, Easter’s on its way…
In my final ode to the patron saint of the Emerald Isle, I bring you the humble colcannon. Once a peasant dish made with cheap, available ingredients (like potatoes and dairy!), this AIP version is packed with nutrition and inflammation-fighting goodies!
As St. Patrick’s Day draws near and my Irish Stew simmers away on the stove, I am reminded once again of my proud Irish roots. There is a fierce passion in being able to claim this heritage. Such a rich culture, such a rich heritage.
You know spring is close when the seed order arrives! That’s right, the babies are here! My package from T&T Seeds was there waiting for me when I got home from work today!
In the fall of 2012, just after we got engaged, Scott took me on the trip of my dreams. I’d always wanted to travel to England. It had been a dream of mine since I was a little girl. I loved the history, the culture, […]
Fact of the Day: Today is Shorve Tuesday! What is Shrove Tuesday? And what does it have to do with food? Both excellent questions! Shrove Tuesday, also known as Fat Tuesday, Mardi gras, or Pancake Tuesday, is the Tuesday before Lent begins tomorrow, Ash Wednesday. […]