Tagged with dairy

Fresh Food and Fresh Ideas

Fresh Food and Fresh Ideas

Welcome back! Yesterday I wrote about my new food journey into a lifestyle of mostly raw, mostly vegan foods. While I am feeling great, I have noticed two things about this lifestyle that are potential problems. First, it can be expensive. As Dr. Fuhrman would explain in Eat to Live, this is largely due to … Continue reading

Smoked Trout Spread

Smoked Trout Spread

Prepare yourselves for yumminess. Today I’m going to share with you a great way to use one of my favorite local natural resources – Rainbow Trout. Of course, there are as many ways to prepare trout as there are cooks: broiled, grilled, steamed, pan-fried, stuffed, etc. I will happily eat each and every one of … Continue reading

Some fruit, a frog and a marshmallow walk into a blog…

Some fruit, a frog and a marshmallow walk into a blog…

Welcome, friends! Today we are going to talk about fruit. And frogs. And fluffy marshmallows. Aside from the alliteration, you’re probably wondering what those things have in common. Well, in the real world, not much, I’ll allow. But in the kitchen, they can come together to make something wonderful. Oh, alright, the frogs aren’t really … Continue reading

Snow Cream (Ice Cream)

Snow Cream (Ice Cream)

Hi again! Today’s topic is ice cream made with freshly fallen snow. I was introduced to this sweet treat by my husband’s family.  It is a fun, simple and tasty dessert to make as a family. Back East, we usually only got to make Snow Cream once a year, but out here in the mountains, … Continue reading

My Big Non-Fat Greek Yogurt

My Big Non-Fat Greek Yogurt

Welcome back, friends! Today’s topic is one of my very favorite foods – Greek yogurt. Its health benefits include probiotics, calcium, high protein, low sugar, and, if made with skim milk, it can also be fat free. The downside to this versatile taste treat is that it can be pretty expensive, especially if you eat … Continue reading