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Food Friday

I wasn’t able to attend a dining event last night due to child care issues, but instead I rounded up some yummy creations in the kitchen myself.  I handed my daughter some bowls and utensils and together we made some fabulous winter weather dishes.   This day I was focusing on fresh organic Continue Reading …

Whole Wheat Veggie Pulp Bread with Raisins

I try to make the best of my juicing habits.  Last week I whipped up another one of my all time favorite concoctions: Carrots, Celery, Swiss Chard and a Fuji Apple.  My juicer leaves the pulp behind, so I wanted to test out another baking recipe and utilize the cup Continue Reading …

Juice Pulp Banana Bread

Since I began juicing a year ago, I’ve attempted to find new ways to utilize the pulp that remains behind in my juicer.  Up to now, I’ve used it within omelets, stews and soups.  However, with my current desire to juice more frequently, I’m left with  a larger quantity of Continue Reading …

Spring Cleaning

Spring has sprung and you know what that means. SPRING CLEANING Yes, it’s that wonderful time of the year when we tidy up those closets and pull out all our summer time goodies. For those of us in Florida, it means we simply shove the two sweaters and tube socks Continue Reading …

The Juice is Loose

I haven’t had much time to write this week because my daughter has been sick with a double ear infection. It hasn’t been pretty. She’s been a coughing, sneezing, snot dripping mess and I’ve been right next to her for most of the tissue wiping cleanup. My race shirts (which Continue Reading …

Soup du jour

It’s no secret that I like to juice.  I got a Jack LaLanne Power Juicer a while back and I have been  juicing ever since.  I am not a die hard juicer like Joe “The juicer” Cross from Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, but I prefer to juice a couple Continue Reading …