Back to Natural Basics: Reblog – Day 16: Procrastination Station

One way to get your veggie intake incorporated into your life more seamlessly is to add veggies to the food items that you already eat. That's what my family and I try to do when we can. So, it's no wonder that I tried a zucchini pizza crust recipe, because my family will eat zucchini … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics: Reblog – Day 16: Procrastination Station

Reblog – Buffet-Style Meal Planning for the Big Get-Together

I thought it'd be fun to relive this blog piece, originally posted on October 5, 2018, that has everything to do with big-time meal planning for big numbers of people.  I hope this post helps those of you who will be faced with upcoming cooking tasks of great proportions. I won't belabor the point. I'll … Continue reading Reblog – Buffet-Style Meal Planning for the Big Get-Together

Mixing Up the Batter to the Birthday Cake

For those of you who've read my previous discussions, concerning my weekly cooking routine, you're well aware of the fact that Fridays are an all-day cooking event on my calendar.  I literally spend a good six hours or so of the day preparing a bulk meal that will satisfy "luncher" (lunch + dinner) needs for … Continue reading Mixing Up the Batter to the Birthday Cake

Sneaky Methods for Veggie Intake

Routinely incorporating vegetables into your child's diet is an admirable feat.  After all, veggies are rich in the vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber that your child's growing body desperately needs.  So, what's not to love?  Well, for the average 8-year old, the answer is quite simply THE TASTE!  And my response to that is... if … Continue reading Sneaky Methods for Veggie Intake