Where does our food come from? This question is top of mind for many people these days, especially when selecting food and making the best choices we can to support our health goals. As we become more removed from the farm (most people are at least four-plus generations removed from farming), we are intrigued by farmers, and want a closer connection to our food. It feels good to say we support local farmers and ranchers, but what does “local” actually mean?
Reconciling our taste buds and our brains can sometimes feel like a bit of a chore. It doesn’t have to be.
If you use gps on your smart phone or have ever read a map, feel confident this means you can cook. Recipes are your culinary road map and help guide the process so you end up where you meant to be – with a complete, delicious dish.
If you have a health and wellness goal, how do you achieve it amidst all the food and nutrition chaos around us? Here are five things that should be on everyone’s health and wellness to do list for 2015:
If you are buying individual items with no plan for what to do with them, you, my friend, need a grocery intervention. I’m here for you.
When it comes to food choices, taste and budget are still top of mind, even when entertaining. Here are three ideas for inspired, tasty, and better-for-you entertaining that are delicious for the taste buds and friendly to the wallet.