Month: March 2018

Morning Glory Muffins {Grain Free, Gluten Free, Dairy Free}

Morning Glory Muffins {Grain Free, Gluten Free, Dairy Free}

Spiced with the warm flavors of cinnamon and ginger, these Morning Glory Muffins really are ideal as a breakfast treat, or whenever you want to eat one — just enjoy them while they last! Perfecting this muffin recipe was a big win for me. Partially…

Loam Collaboration: Chef Fest Houston Delivers Big Flavors with a Small Farm Vibe

Loam Collaboration: Chef Fest Houston Delivers Big Flavors with a Small Farm Vibe

The sun may have been hiding, but the veggies were shining at Chef Fest Houston 2018! It was a perfect recipe for a breezy March afternoon of fun and local food discovery at Harvest Green, a 12-acre affiliate farm of Loam Agronomics. Both farms donated…

Test Kitchen: Many Greens Soup

Test Kitchen: Many Greens Soup

Many Greens Soup garnished with fresh watermelon radish and sunflower greens   I’ve seen this bright green soup, originally from Superfood Soups by Julie Morris, on a ton of different blogs and health sites. I ran across it again in the January/February 2018 edition of…

Big Batch Beets

Big Batch Beets

I avoided cooking with beets for a long time because of the work involved in prepping them. Between the long roasting time and my beet-stained hands, they just did not seem worth it. Also, I didn’t LOVE their flavor (mostly because I hadn’t found the…

Put A Little (Self) Love in Your Heart

Put A Little (Self) Love in Your Heart

I thought self-love was glorified wishful thinking that would render me unmotivated and self-obsessed, but I was mistaken. Self-love may sound familiar from the wave of self-led practices you’ve read about: self-care, self-talk, self-compassion. They’re all related and part of an approach that I avoided…