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Batch-cooking paleo lunches

Today I decided it was time to re stock the freezer with healthy meals ready to take to work. So I raided the veg section of the supermarket, with no particular recipes in mind, but knew something would come to me once I started chopping and slicing. 404 more words


Lady Grey and Marmalade Spelt Tea Bread

Tea Bread or Tea Loaf is a traditional English cake using dried fruits, such as sultanas and raisins, that have been soaked in cold tea to plump them up before being mixed into the batter. 393 more words


Homemade Peanut Butter

I admit it, I’m a peanut butter fanatic. I eat it on crackers, toast, apples, bananas, in smoothies, and by the spoonful. My brothers and sisters and I grew up on giant jars of JIF and whether crunchy or creamy, it’s all delicious to me. 869 more words

Expat Life

Beet It

I’m really into winter vegetables. Especially the root variety. Beets, carrots, yams, parsnips…they are all delicious. I love that you can buy them locally (and cheaply) at Fairway. 125 more words


TASTE 2015

italy’s love for food and wine is notorious. and in matters of taste florence is no exception. over the last ten years pitti immagine‘s TASTE has grown into a leading italian food trade fair and showcase — reserved to the trade in the mornings and open to the general public in the afternoons. 281 more words



(Originally posted on Sensorium, May 4 2014)

“Sour is the Basic Taste that makes our mouth water the most”, says Barb Stuckey in Taste: What You’re Missing: 1,184 more words