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Category Archives: Breakfast
Figs are definitely in season here in Houston, TX, and I love their sweet juiciness. My local farmers market had 4 or 5 varieties of ripe figs last weekend. And today’s feature in the food section of the Houston Chronicle … Continue reading
My family loves the earthy flavor of buckwheat pancakes, especially when served with lots of butter and a little real maple syrup. However, buckwheat doesn’t just taste good, it is also very nutritious. Buckwheat is not wheat. It’s not even … Continue reading
It’s been almost a year since I wrote about my morning smoothies. I still have one most mornings but thought it was about time I updated my post with some changes I’ve made in the recipe. The base of my … Continue reading
Persimmons are in season here in Texas, and, can you believe it, I had never tried one before! One of my favorite backyard farmers at my local farmers market had some beautiful bright red-orange persimmons and encouraged me to take … Continue reading