Giving grapes to your two year old shouldn’t be a potentially deadly undertaking. But this week, when my sister went to prepare her daughter’s snack, she was greeted with a startling surprise. “I opened the top of the bag and … Continue reading This is the Black Widow My Sister Nearly Fed Her Two Year Old
Last year I was diagnosed with 34 food allergies. Removing these food allergies from my system, along with processed foods and sugars, I have been cured of Hashimoto Thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s Disease), gastritis, pancreatitis, significantly reduced the symptoms from and the … Continue reading What I Learned From Being Diagnosed with 34 Food Allergies
Success! Though many said it couldn’t be done, buried among the tables at this year’s Farmer’s Market I found what I believed was some of the last non-genetically modified (non-GMO) corn left in the U.S. I carried it home with … Continue reading What Do You Like on Your Corn?
There’s a really great article from the LA Times circling the social media realm. Called “How Not to Say the Wrong Thing”, it details an exercise that was designed by a woman with breast cancer after her best friend barged … Continue reading What Not to Say to a Sick Person
Life has led me to travel abroad alone several times. Like jumping into the deep, freezing end of a pool, getting off that plane in a land where no one is known to you, everything is written and explained in … Continue reading Twisted Comforts of Home – A Weekly Photo Challenge Inspiration: Foreign
This is the Angry Birds – inspired pizza I created tonight with mushrooms, black olives, pepperoni, cheese, canned pizza dough and Boboli pizza sauce: Make your own and enjoy! It was delicious… Continue reading Have Fun With Your Food
My expectations of the Livonia Spree were not high. Reminded of the rather steamy-blacktopped NASCAR event of weeks before by the permanent flip flops tanned to my feet, I didn’t imagine that the small-town carnival we were now working at … Continue reading Art the Carney