Wow! It's been a while since I posted a recipe in The Sunday Stew. With the holidays came so much eating. But cooking? Not so much. Slowly but surely, we're re-stocking the refrigerator, settling into a better routine, and getting back to the business of gathering around the table for family ... Continue Reading
Hi there! I’m so glad you stopped by. I love food and cooking. And I love what happens when family and friends gather around the table to break bread together. It’s magic. Recently, our family underwent a major dietary overhaul, after my husband and I completed the Whole30 Challenge and learned for the first time how foods like dairy, grains, soy, and sugar affect us. As a result, we’re in the process of re-imagining the way we do food at home. I know many of you are on similar paths, and the learning curve is steep. So I decided to begin a recipe series called “The Sunday Stew”. It’s published on Sunday afternoon, and you’ll find the archives here. It’s my attempt to share with you what we’re learning along the way, with the hope of inspiring you as you feed the ones you love!
One of the things I've missed most since we radically changed our diet is the comfort that comes with some of my favorite slow cooker dishes. I'm talking pulled pork and chicken, sloppy joes, and french dip sandwiches, served on Kings Hawaiian hamburger buns, topped with diced onion and cheese, and ... Continue Reading
About six months ago, Kory and I learned the truth about added sugar when we watched the documentary, Fed Up, free on Netflix. At that time, we were already doing a fairly decent job with regard to limiting processed foods at home. But when we learned that the American Heart Association ... Continue Reading