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One of my favorite snacks is fresh popcorn with lots of melted butter drizzled all over it. I love the smell of popcorn popping, even in the theaters, but I don’t want to eat their popcorn. Theaters use unhealthy oils … Continue reading
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
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
This edition of What’s for dinner? is another of my favorite kind of meal–traditional, easy, nutritious, and oh so delicious! REAL comfort FOOD! I’ve been making pot roasts like this for many years but now I use local grassfed beef and organic … Continue reading