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Texas VegFest, Plant-Built, and other fun news

Howdy folks! Just wanted to give you a quick update on what I’ve been up to and share some exciting news with you! Two weekends ago I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the 2nd Annual Texas VegFest. It was so cool to speak in my own town! There were so many amazing vendors, speakers, delicious food, and everyone had a blast. This was my second festival of the year and I look forward to many more in the future.… Read more
Posted on 04/16/2013 | 4 Comments

Guest Post: Cooking With Hibiscus Flowers

April Cooking By Color – Red When Sadie volunteered to do a guest post I was pretty excited. I first met her and her partner in Thailand when they were filming their Intrepid Herbivores pilot. Being a world traveler I knew she would have something unique and exotic for us to try and she does! I never thought to use hibiscus flowers in a savory dish. Well done! Hope you enjoy this fun and beautiful red taco. Hibiscus and Onion Tacos by Sadie Red is vivid.… Read more
Posted on 04/05/2013 | 4 Comments

What Does The Blissful Chef Eat?

Big thank you to those who left comments on last week’s blog! If you haven’t already let me know the kinds of posts you want to see from me and this blog, please head over there and leave your thoughts. I really appreciate it!! A few people are excited to see my workouts and the kinds of food I eat for fitness. This is something I will totally share with you! This type of post won’t have recipes though because when I cook for myself it is really simple food.… Read more
Posted on 04/01/2013 | 10 Comments

Is this going to become a fitness blog?

UPDATE: I started a new fitness blog over at WellnessReboot.com. So if you are interested in fitness head on over there and subscribe with your email! Thanks! Q: Is this going to become a fitness blog now that your life is all about training? Of course not! Wait, you didn’t hear that I’m training for another triathlon and have been training hours a day for the last month? It’s true. I’ve become obsessed with fitness (again!) and signed myself up for the Stonebridge Ranch Triathlon I did in September 2011.… Read more
Posted on 03/29/2013 | 20 Comments

Guest Post: Kabocha “Porridge” is a grain-free breakfast you’ll love!

March Cooking By Color – Orange I’m kind of in love with kabocha squash. I first learned about this hard-skinned squash in culinary school. Since macrobiotics is heavily influenced by Japanese foods we cooked kabocha in a number of different ways. Fried, steamed, pureed in soups, made into desserts, you name it. It’s naturally sweet and very comforting anytime of the year! This recipe from Ricki at Diet, Desserts, and Dogs is right up my alley! Kabocha “Porridge” by Ricki Anyone who knows me knows that I am not a fan of winter (to put it mildly.).… Read more
Posted on 03/27/2013 | 4 Comments

Guest Post: Carrot-topia Parsnip Salad

March Cooking By Color – Orange Today’s guest post comes from Monica who will be contributing each month with a delicious Cooking By Color recipe! To tell you the truth I’ve never had parsnips raw before so I’m really looking forward to trying this method! Try it and let us know what you think in the comments. Carrot-topia Parsnip Salad by Monica Orange you are glad I didn’t say banana? An oldie, but a goodie. Also relevant to this month’s color choice: orange!… Read more
Posted on 03/20/2013 | Leave a Comment