Lately I have been having a serious love affair with Botija olives. They hale from Peru and my favorite brand is Sunfood – Black Botija Olives. Most olives bought from stores are cured in lye which is toxic, but these are naturally cured with sea salt and picked when fresh on the vine. They are so ...Read More
A recipe for the sweetest month of the year.
Oh behold it is here the month of amour ~ This is the time to celebrate our hearts, and try to create the opportunities to have them be open and overflowing with love. If not love with a partner, then love with ourselves and the beauty in the world. I try to make a batch ...Read More
A recipe for the cleansing Ayurvedic dish.
I love me a good bowl of Kitchari! I usually prepare this Ayurvedic dish some when I feel I need a reset or to help my body cleanse and heal. It is such a comforting, nourishing dish, that it feels almost like a maternal hug from the heavens. I always add extra ghee to enhance ...Read More
The foods you need to add to your diet in 2016.
The lovely Annie at She’s In The Glow recently asked me for my top 9 ingredient food picks for a cleaner 2016. I came up with 10 and could have kept going! These are also ingredients I recommend for healthy glowing skin. During this month of cleansing and clearing, maybe the answer is just to ...Read More
A Spanakopita inspired treat with an almond and hazlenut crust.
New Year’s Day is full of promise and an auspicious moment to restart the paths we wish to take our lives on. This is a day to be jolly, gather with heart friends, and eat delicious meals. I usually make a black eyes pea dish which is a traditional New Year’s Dish. In The South ...Read More
Embracing the holiday season the all-natural way.
The Holidays are about being in the golden light of Christmas energy. The celestial beams of love and light are abundant right now if we tap in and look. I for one love the traditional taste and smell of good old fashioned egg nog, however I am quite sensitive to the sugar and dairy that ...Read More