Inspiration . . .
Category Archives: Cooking
M got a beautiful growth chart for Christmas and we’ve just now gotten it hung up and done her first measure (at 19 months). If you like it, check out this illustrator and her other work. So, at 19 months, … Continue reading
I continue to be amazed by the recipes in Whole Food Kitchen. This one was super easy, especially because I did most of the prep, including cutting the veggies and cooking the beans, the night before. I am still working … Continue reading
Done with coming up with blog titles. I’ll use the date if I can’t think of anything else. Sorry about the unoriginality. Baked something from Whole Food Kitchen this weekend – Banana Coconut Oat Cookies with Sunflower Seeds. Yum, but … Continue reading
Fell off the wagon for a week while I was sick (still recovering from that), but I finally tried another new delicious recipe from Whole Food Kitchen. This time it was Maple and Tamari Roasted Rainbow Veggies. While I am … Continue reading
Tried three new recipes in the last week from the online Whole Food Kitchen seminar. This one was from one of the contributors and I wouldn’t recommend it for a Sunday night at 7pm – lots of chopping and prepping … Continue reading
M finally found an outfit with perfect pockets! This weekend I tried another recipe from Whole Food Kitchen and we’re excited to have a yummy new flavor for the tofu on our lunch salads (Honey Miso Baked Tofu).
I think back on my life “before baby” and it’s an interesting perspective to have on yourself and your life. I’ve been thinking back about my 30-day yoga challenge I created for myself about 2 years ago for my 29th … Continue reading
What a lovely evening. I brought the wonderfully wonderful Caitlin (I am just not as good with words as she is!) home from work with me and to my favorite yoga studio. Earlier in the day we were trying to … Continue reading
We had a fun little book club pot luck on the Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day and I am just now getting around to posting the pictures. R and I made corned beef and cabbage out of our favorite cookbook … Continue reading