It should come as no surprise that I’m talking about Michael Symon again today and I can’t tell you enough how happy I was to be given the opportunity to review his newest cookbook, 5 in 5 For Every Season. I’m a huge Symon fan having watched him on the Food Network when we actually had cable. Now we get to catch him on Hulu Plus as they stream The Chew. [Read more…]
I am so excited to share this cookbook review with you guys today. Whether you follow your own plan, no plan, vegan, vegetarian, low carb, sugar-free, keto or you just want a different option once in a while; this is a perfect cookbook for you. So, that means, pretty much everyone. Let’s face it, we all know that white startchy pasta, no matter how good it tastes, really isn’t that good for us. Oh, who am I kidding, it’s not good for us. At all. It holds no nutritional value and spikes our blood sugar like whoa. Wheat pasta? Whole grain pasta? Shiritake noodles? Have you tried any of that stuff? Well, I have. And while I don’t mind it, it’s not the same. AmmmI right? [Read more…]
Disclaimer: I was given Love Fed for free to review. I am not being compensated for this post. All opinions are 100% mine. Book link is Amazon affiliate. If you click and make a purchase, I might make a few cents. 😉
Welcome to a special Thirsty Thursday! Guys, I love raw food. Like love, love, love it. Melon, strawberries, blueberries, bananas, tomatoes, spinach, romaine and Boston lettuce and so much more. I believe that is where my love of gardening comes in. I recently mentioned I had started Weight Watchers so that I could reclaim my Lifetime status. One of the ways I made Lifetime was eating a more plant-based, vegetarian style of eating. I eat a lot of raw foods then but I had no idea about a 100% raw food diet until a few years ago when I was contacted by a company to copywrite some material on raw food diet. [Read more…]
Clean Slate : A Cookbook and Guide was a cookbook that really interested me when I saw it. I try to eat as clean as possible and prepare all of my own meals as often as I can, but sometimes that just isn’t possible. Life happens. Things get in the way. But, the editors of Martha Stewart Living put together a great book that shows us that eating well doesn’t have to be hard.
The photos are pretty. They didn’t wow me as much as some of the other cookbooks I own. [Read more…]