winter is coming. the days are shortening and there is a chill in the morning air. ryan and i even lit a fire the past two nights! i am learning to love the change of seasons more and more. i am finding it fits into the rhythms of life so well. i need the rest… Continue reading food heals: immune-building vitamin c tea
times are a’changing. the garden will soon be put to rest for the winter, but we still have a simple fall garden we’re attending to. we have lots of kale, lettuces, carrots & beets, pumpkins, as well as a few herbs and dwindling tomatoes. over the weekend i snagged a few stocks of kale and thyme… Continue reading sunday’s recipe: fall garden frittata
tonight has been a sight to behold! the super moon/blood moon total eclipse was phenomenal. i am so honored to have witnessed it’s beauty. in honor of the blood moon, tonight’s recipe comes from judita wignall, author of two raw cookbooks. sunday’s recipe ruby red (blood red!) hibiscus ginger & honey tea ingredients: 4 cups… Continue reading sunday’s recipe: blood red hibiscus tea for the blood moon
it hit me. i have my first cold already, after only being back at school for two weeks! i can’t believe it! those snotty little noses have already got me. ; ) this week’s recipe is for garlic & onion soup because it’s the time of year when we need to be building our immune… Continue reading food heals: garlic & onion soup // immune building soup!
well, it seems as though i took an accidental blogging hiatus for most of the summer. i find it ironic because summer is such an inspiring time for me, full of adventures and fun projects! good thing it’s not quite autumn yet! even though the weather has started to shift here in the pacific northwest, i… Continue reading sunday’s recipe: summer picnic ideas
somehow my “sunday’s recipe” posts keep slinking over to monday…or later. whoops! i had every intention of posting last week, but you know how life can get. i am at the end of my school year, just wrapping up with post-service teacher days and then it’s summmmer! i am excited about this week’s recipe because… Continue reading sunday’s recipe: essential oil bug spray!
our first garden harvest happened this evening! i trimmed mustard greens, butter crunch, romaine and red-leaf lettuce for a salad that i brought to my parents house for dinner. it was so exciting! mmm, nothing compares to garden fresh vegetables. i can officially cross off ‘greens’ from my grocery list for the next 4 months~… Continue reading sunday’s recipe: my go-to salad dressing!