I grew up with Campbell’s tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. I honestly still love the thought of that meal. There’s a simplicity to a simple soup and sandwich.Read More
I’ve been asked a lot lately to share recipes for kids. This seems to be on the mind of so many of you and I understand! With two small kiddos of my own, I’m constantly looking for new and interesting dishes and snacks for them.Read More
I was inspired when at our local health food store, Good Earth, a few weeks ago when I saw organic millet cereal on the shelves. Only one ingredient ~ puffed millet, sweet!Read More
This blog has been swirling in my head for months now. I’ve been deep in mothering mode of two small kiddos and the everyday happenings of running a restaurant and a farm.Read More
Summer is finally here. Although, here in Indiana it's been feeling like summer since, well, Spring! It felt like we barely got our Spring and I have seen a huge difference in my herb gardens and at the farm.Read More
Studies have shown that fruits and vegetables tend to lose both vitamins and minerals as they age. Don’t get me wrong, we should still be consuming a large variety of plants in our diet (the more local the better!). But when we add wild foods into our regular routine, we are adding another level of minerals and nutrients that we’re probably missing in our “non-wild” diet.Read More
The gluten-free lifestyle is becoming more popular by the day. Studies show between 5% and 10% of all people in the U.S. may suffer from a gluten sensitivity of some form.Read More
One of the most common questions I get is how to do I get my kids to eat healthy. Folks see pictures of video of my kids drinking smoothies or eating veggies and wonder how the heck am I getting them to eat that!Read More
As I write this blog, I’m tucked away in our bedroom, salt lamp glowing, wool socks on and hot tea on the nightstand. We’re in full winter mode at our house.Read More
Our family likes to travel. Who doesn’t?! Traveling to new places is mind-expanding, heart expanding and hopefully allows us to have experiences to treasure forever.
As the leaves turn from green to hues of gold and auburn, I feel
the call to go through our kitchen remedy cabinet and review
what we have stocked up for the winter.