I know, this is suppose to be a food blog, but I am sure some of you will enjoy this post. For Christmas I made several bath products to give to the women in my life. This included lavender bath salts, grapefruit sugar scrubs, whipped body lotion, and vanilla mint lip balm. The first to are pretty easy, the latter two are a little more tricky. So lets get started.
How many of you know your farmer? Can say you have met the wife and kids? I am sure it is a very small population of people who can answer yes to both of those questions. Luckily I am one of them. Continue reading
Here is one of those recipes when you need to just get food in your belly quick, or when you are reaching for that take out menu and know you shouldn’t. This recipe takes about 20 minutes total and tastes delicious. I served it over riced cauliflower but you can use real rice if you aren’t paleo. Continue reading
One of my favorite parts of fall has nothing to do with pumpkin spice lattes, even though that is a fun perk. It has to do with snacking on pumpkin seeds. Yes I am a big snacker, I will admit it, I love anything that is salty and has a crunch to it. Does that make me a horrible person? Probably not, but I have a hard time controlling myself. I rarely keep snacks in the house because I can devour a whole bag in one sitting. But these little guys only happen when I buy a pumpkin, which is only a couple of times a year, so I say SNACK ON!
Raise your hand if you like pumpkin bread? Now what about banana bread? Well why not have both, together! This quick bread turned out better than I thought it would. I made a half batch of each batter and swirled them together in a bread pan. Unfortunately there wasn’t a huge difference between the two batters, I think that is because of the almond that is in both batters. If this was a normal (by normal I mean made with white flour) quick bread, I think the pumpkin bread would have really stood out. But not big deal, it still tasted wonderful. Continue reading