A Coleslaw Dressing Makeover!

April 9, 2019Eating Organic, Healthy Food

I grew up in the south with southern women who were masters of the kitchen. Everything my grandmother and mother made tasted good…we ate lots of veggies and they were always dripping in good healthy fats. I vividly remember my grandmother making coleslaw dressing and it was amazing…I have always wanted to make it. The … Read More

A Season for Stew

January 22, 2019Eating Organic, Healthy Food, Healthy Living, Local Farms

Many of you are thinking well it’s winter therefore it’s the season for stew but there is another reason for this stew recipe. After recently going through a phase where I needed major gut healing (don’t worry the story about that is coming soon) I started researching hearty and wholesome stews I could make that … Read More

Summer Cabbage Crunch

July 15, 2017Eating Organic

Do you ever make something in your kitchen and it tastes…well…meh. But then you go to someone else’s home and they make the same things with varying twists and you LOVE it. I was completely inspired last night at a casual dinner at the home of Patrick and Meghan of Mister and Mrs. Sharp. The … Read More

My Favorite Summer Salad

July 10, 2017Eating Organic, Healthy Food, Healthy Living

Sometimes I love a summer salad that has no lettuce. Lettuce with the heat and humidity sometimes wilts so quickly! This has always been my favorite summer salad…it’s refreshing and incredibly nutritious. It pairs wonderfully with quinoa or rice and actually sometimes I mix it into quinoa and make it a meal!! The parsley in … Read More

What you Don’t Know about Salmon but SHOULD!

November 3, 2016Eating Organic

Everybody loves salmon, it’s supposed to be healthy for us! But once you industrialize a food product, it’s changes it’s nutrition qualities. I want to talk about five reasons why farmed salmon is not good for you. Most of the salmon out there for purchase is farm raised. The majority of restaurants that you get … Read More