We had our first session and I asked to meet again in 3 weeks. She said, “Do you think I will see any changes by then?” I crossed my fingers and said yes.
Once a year I get a yen to make stuffed peppers. Why? Who knows, but they are tasty and offer lots of opportunities for creativity.
I’m happy to share some of my favorite summer subjects with you today: sunscreen, salad, soil microbes, simple (cleanse & detox), sun tea with spearmint and stevia, spaciousness, sage spritzers, seafood, sirsasana, and the summer solstice.
If you are interested in the process behind formulating tea blends, or a customer (or prospective customer) of the District Tea Lodge, enjoy this article I wrote about my process in creating the 14 different teas on the menu!
Sadly, “fat” has a bad reputation in our culture. We associate it with weighing more than is healthy, and via that association the whole crazy “low-fat” fad dieting came into being.
Do you make new year’s resolutions or goals? Why? Why not? It’s a very personal subject, I find.
Are you or a loved one avoiding gluten this year? Are you puzzled or irritated or terrified about what to cook for Thanksgiving? Read on for some recipe ideas.
I get many many MANY inquiries about my education in holistic health and herbs. Maybe some of those questions came from you?
Poisons! These herbs capture our imaginations and often show up in murder mysteries. You will not find them on the shelf at your local market.
A variation of locro, a potato-based soup from the Andean region. From Comida Latina: An Illustrated Cookbook by my dear friend Marcella Kriebel.