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I love rhubarb – it’s so pretty and the taste – so unexpected! My mind immediately went to the gobs of butter in my freezer just begging to be made into pie dough but then I quickly remembered that a. … Continue reading
I’ve been getting myself addicted to Kind bars lately — they are delicious, nutritious, and come in so many fun flavors! But at about $2 a bar, they really add up over time… So what better way to keep up … Continue reading
Searching through the fresh fruit that still remained un-blended in my fridge this morning I came up with this: two grapefruits, a half pint of raspberries, a couple of frozen bananas, and some organic orange juice. I froze the raspberries … Continue reading
Like Amy I’ve had a bunch of peeled and chopped bananas ready to go in my freezer — they are great for thickening up smoothies and making them taste a bit like ice cream! How decadent! Avocado is another great … Continue reading
Since being on this smoothie kick I’ve been keeping the freezer chocked full of peeled and chopped bananas and a few bags of this delicious berry blend (Organic AND antioxidant rich? Sign me up!) This classic combo is not only … Continue reading
It is true! I’m doing a triathlon this July 14th as a member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training. I’ll be raising money to help find cures and better treatments for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma. If … Continue reading
Last month I had one of the most delicious treats of all time — Spiced Parsnip Bread from the Shandaken Bake stand at the New Amsterdam market in the South Street Seaport. Never before had I experienced parsnips like this … Continue reading
There’s something so satisfying about making homemade jam, and the absolute best part – it couldn’t be simpler! This sweet’n’tart summer-y spread is not only the perfect accompaniment to your morning toast routine but also shines when paired with grilled … Continue reading
I love plums in tarts, crisps, cakes… the list goes on. But since I didn’t want to have a whole dessert to myself (which I would obviously finish solo), I decided to craft something with great dessert-y flavor but also … Continue reading
Since lately my lifestyle has been pretty sedentary aside from my weekly physical therapy sessions (still waiting for that bum ankle to heal…), I opted out of chocolate cakes/brownies/souffles/molten lava cake and attempted to make something on the healthy-yet-still-delicious side. … Continue reading