recipes


Looking Back at 2016

Throughout 2016, I wrote about themes like SIBO, habits, recipes and health-related book reviews. But as always certain posts resonate with my readers. So what rose to the top for 2016? Lots of recipes! So I guess I know what I should be bringing to you for 2017.  Regardless, here are 2016’s favs … …drum roll, please… Tweetable:  “Good health and good…


Wellness Journey Part 4

I know, where have I been. Right? Did I forget about my tribe of readers? No. I’ve been completing two courses.  For my cognitive support certificate, I needed to research and write a 10-page paper.  It’s now completed and submitted.  Yay!  As well, I completed a basic homeopathic course. These courses took more energy and time than I anticipated.  I…


Mini Turkey Meatloaves

Meatloaf has strong European influence and according to Wikipedia, a cousin to the Dutch meatball.  Typically, meatloaf is a ground meat mixture that is shaped into a loaf (usually a loaf pan) and baked in the oven.  Cooksillustrated.com explained that meatloaves gained popularity in the Depression; however, WWII rationing saw meat-free loaves created. [1]  Then in the 1950s and 1960s,…


Cinnamon Seed Granola

For 2016, I resolved to dally daily in my kitchen.  The beauty of creating and making delicious recipes in my kitchen means that my family reaps the health benefits and so do you.  By processing, cooking and preparing food in my own kitchen, I know what is in and where the ingredients come from. This week I’ve been honing my seed granola recipe.…


Meeting Meghan — Awesome!

Last week, I met Meghan Telpner — she is delightful and inspirational! Her authentic attitude exudes from her with such passion and gratitude.  What a delight to meet an individual who is truly comfortable in her own skin and willing to share authentically. Meghan was in Calgary for her cookbook launching party at The Cookbook Co. The Cookbook Co. hosted a fantastic evening…