One of my favorite meals with Grandma was a simple chicken salad. It got to the point that anytime my family was coming to visit she made sure she had all of the ingredients in stock because I would BEG for us to make it.
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (aka Hashitmoto’s, Hashi’s) is an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid. This is the most common form of hypothyroidism (under-active thyroid) affecting more women than men. I don’t technically have Hashimoto’s but my amazing doctor helped me figure out that all of my symptoms were leading to it. Since learning that I could […]
Are you looking for a delicious vegetarian/vegan option to your beloved tacos? Well look no further! This simple recipe packs a punch and is full of delicious goodness. I stumbled upon a version of this recipe some time ago. There are multiple different ways to make this recipe, but for simplicity’s sake, I decided to […]
Hello all! This week I have all the perfect ingredients to talk about family traditions. Ingredients: tons of tomatoes, one friend, one mom, and one grandma! Last week I was lucky enough to be a part of a family tradition that’s spanned longer than I’ve been alive. I was finally able to join in the […]
After having to change my diet due to autoimmune issues going out for Chinese food is out of the question, so I’ve been happily making my own…a lot…
May the road rise up to meet you…
Casey Jones you better watch your speed!
Hello all! I hope you’re having a fabulous Friday so far. This week I’d like to lighten things up with an absolutely delicious meal I’ve fallen in love with! BUDDHA BOWLS! I got the idea from Pinterest. Where else? From there, I gave it my own twist. All you need is a bed of rice, […]
Hello sweet loves! This will be multiple posts. The newspaper method has been a success. I’m kinda geekin’ out over it. Last year I had a rough time trying to find my babies amongst the CHaos of weeds…and those dudes tend to look like the plants I’m growing which gets even more frustrating. Eww. BUT! […]
“The road to health is paved with good intestines!”
― Sherry A. Rogers