Tag Archive for 'grassfed'

One Morning in Boulder

When my kids and I read Robert McCloskey’s books, I just want to crawl inside and live in the world he’s created. I want to be with Sal and her mom picking blueberries on a mountainside, though I could do without the bear tagging along. I want to stand at the shoreline and dig clams with […]

This is not only a picture of what it looks like below my standing work station, but also a little hint, hint for the pop culture-savvy, close readers among you. Folks in Georgia, Tennessee, North & South Carolina, Mississippi and Alabama, don’t forget to head to your local Whole Foods Market today for grassfed beef […]

We spent last week on Florida’s 30A and enjoyed not one but two amazing Farmers’ Markets while we were there. One of our favorite vendors was Ocheesee Creamery. Their cows are grassfed which meant we noshed on a little Mint Chocolate Chip and Salted Caramel ice creams with full knowledge that we were also getting some […]

Have you seen the latest information about Alzheimer’s disease and Vitamin E? A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that high levels of Vitamin E may cause a less rapid decline in functional capabilities in people with early Alzheimer’s. The researchers were conservative in their conclusion: Among patients with mild to […]

I want to walk you guys through two fantastic lectures I heard at the Weston A. Price annual conference this weekend in Atlanta.  Despite the acrimony from the WAPF towards the Paleo/Primal community that I detailed here, I attended some events Friday and Saturday and walked away with a renewed energy on the topic of […]

(This post contains affiliate links to Amazon.  This means that if you click and buy, I receive a small commission from Amazon.  You won’t pay any more than normal, and it helps me to justify this whole blogging thing.) Let’s start with donuts.  Generally speaking, I am not a gimmicky-kitchen-item kind of girl.  But I’ve […]

Explore More : June 28th

So the hot news this week is all about tinkling. Specifically, a video from Crossfit which characterizes the “common” act of peeing during a workout as something that is “normal,” and even the sacrifice one must make to be fit and competitive. If you are someone who cares about women’s health, as I am, this […]

I’ve been all sorts of sick since Friday night.  Two of the kids have come down with it, too, to varying degrees, but I am far and away the sickest. (Perhaps that has something to do with being sleep-deprived?  Hmmm.) Anyhow, I haven’t held down solid food since Friday, and yet those little kids just […]

Remember last fall, when I introduced you to Daphne, who made the amazing soups we found at the Bluffton, SC Farmers’ Market?  Back then, I told you she would be opening her own cafe on Hilton Head Island in the future. Well, she’s open and we got to visit her this week! We stopped in […]

I’ve moved the Explore More posts to Fridays.  Let me know if you like the change or not. I’ve got lots for you this week and already have pieces in the queue for next week … I just have to read through them again.  So, let’s get started: Do you ditch your egg yolks and […]