The last few weeks have been crazy busy and I need to keep my energy up. Sipping this drink throughout the day has really helped. (Blasting “24K Magic” doesn’t hurt either…never gets old!)
As much as I love my coffee in the am, if I drink too much later in the day I feel wired. This is a nice alternative…way more hydrating, and I have no trouble falling asleep at night.
This mixture of ginger, lemon and matcha is quick to put together and tastes refreshing. Pour it in a cute bottle (like my
daniel glass) and you’re good to go! Continue reading
I’m talking about fat.
For years, we’ve been told that fat is bad. Fat makes us fat. Saturated fat will clog our arteries. If we eat too much cholesterol, we will have high cholesterol. And that will lead to a heart attack.
What if I told you it’s all been a big fat lie?
as if anyone needed an excuse!
and was planning to share it that day, but I was so mesmerized by Lady Gaga that I never published the post. Seriously, she is amazing.
So here it is…happy, healthy and hot spicy crab soup. Better late than never!
Not buy one, get one free. Not spend $50 and we’ll throw in a free box. We’re talking totally free.
Right now Primal Kitchen, one of my favorite companies, is offering a free box of six of their Dark Chocolate Almond Bars. These retail for $19.95. All you have to pay is $3.95 shipping.
If you want to cut to the chase, here’s the link:
Free Dark Chocolate Almond Bars
Here’s a pic from last summer, when I first discovered these bars. I miss summer!
If you want to find out why I love them so much, read on.
I decided to write a chocolate post. Since Valentine’s Day and chocolate seem to go hand in hand.
But really, why wait for Valentine’s Day? Chocolate should be enjoyed whenever you want. Here are some ways to enjoy chocolate and still feel happy, healthy and hot.
that was pretty amazing. It was the Kelly has awesome recipes that are usually grain and dairy free. If you haven’t checked her out, you should! Easy Weeknight Greek Fish Skillet from my friend Kelly Winters over at Primally Inspired.
About the recipe…it was cod with spinach, tomatoes, lemon, oregano and kalamata olives, cooked in olive oil. Delicious and so easy, since it was all in one pan.
It got me to thinking…how else could I use those same flavors?