I love date night. Sometimes date night is just me, myself and I. It’s a chance to kick back and relax by myself with an easy meal and a glass of wine. Other times it falls into the more traditional category (aka dinner with another human being). I try to treat myself at least once a week to a beautiful meal that isn’t rushed or stressful. The type a night when you remember to put on some music and light a candle or two and eat with a a proper napkin. Some weeks are better then others, and then there are weeks like this one, where I get to Friday in a whirlwind and wonder where the week went.
Welcome to Whole Food Wednesdays! You’re invited to come and share your real food recipes using the Linky below. We’re excited to see what yummy things you’ve been creating and what great informational posts and videos you’ve got for us!
Ever get random cravings out of no where and you just have to eat that random food item?
It’s 10 am and I’m craving Thai Coconut Curry Mussels.
This time of the year is especially challenging for most people when it comes to eating healthy. Decadent food is always on offer and healthier options are rarely available. Exercise usually wains off and eating sugary, fatty foods goes up. Not a good equation for healthy hearts, bodies or minds. That’s why during this time of the year, I like to focus on easy, healthy New Years Eve appetizers that you can either offer to your guests or bring with you to a party.
I’ve spent the last couple of weeks experimenting with different recipes for New Years Eve so I could offer some different options this year. I’ll also be highlighting some popular choices from other blogs so you’ll be sure to find something that tickles your fancy. The titles in red indicate a link to these fab recipes that will leave your guests or friends thinking you’re brilliant. Well you are!
Welcome back! I hope you all had a great couple of days surrounded by family, friends and great food. We spent this holiday season in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Yes, that’s a real place!
Our town mascot is…
you guessed it…
A giant moose!
I think you can all imagine what kind of mischief teenager’s can get into with a giant Moose as a mascot.