What Do You Have in Your House?

Using what we have on hand at home has taken on a whole new meaning for the global community. Could our time spent at home possibly lead us to bring a new dimension of order into our lives, homes, and relationships? Yesterday I was thinking how great it is to be creative with just what…

Spring is Here ~ Amidst COVID– 19

Greetings,  hope you and your family are in health, wholeness and moving forward! Spring, came almost unnoticed this year, though the warm weather did provide a sense of comfort during this unprecedented time.  The COVID – 19 outbreak has a global community staying inside, with many things out of our control.   But there are personal…

Portabella Mushroom Strips

Have you wanted to create a mushroom dish this summer? I just prepared one that is healthy, tasty and a delight to serve. Quick and easy portabella mushroom strips  with onions, bell peppers, spicy seasonings and covered in a tangy handmade barbecue sauce. Loving it! Mushrooms really have more texture than taste.   The meaty, firm…

Spring Detox Salad

Spring’s arrival brings renewal and rebirth.  Our body has its own renewal or detoxification system.  We can support the cleansing or detoxing process as we include early spring plants into our diet this time of year.  These spring plants are alkalize rich and chlorophyll loaded.    My spring detox salad consists of  spring  spinach, dandelions…

Spring Organizing

Step Into Your Season of Order

May 7, 2019 5:30- 7:30 PM
Detroit Center for Design + Technology
4219 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

Spring 2019

It’s time (really past the time) for warmth in the air, lingering sunlight, longer daylight hours, and signs of new vegetation. I love waking to the sounds of birds chirping; it puts spring in my heart. The little darlings have made it back from their winter hiatus. Spring always signifies new beginnings. I’ve been outside…

Red Bean Veggie Chili

Winter cold is one thing but Polar Vortex is unusual even for Michigan.  Time to serve up a big pot of warmth, filling and comfort. I prepared my favorite plant -based chili. I believe it could become a favorite for you, also . Full of beans, loads of veggies , herbs and spices.  I made…

Citrus for Seasonal Chills

Citrus fruits are winter fruits. The sweetest and juiciest citrus fruits are produced in the winter, even though many citrus fruits are available year around in North America. We are ever mindful of the high concentration of immune boosting vitamin C found in citrus fruit. Eating oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, lemons, mandarins and others in season…

Happy New Years 2019 !

Fresh Start – Fresh Energy for The New Year! We’re hearing less New Year’s resolutions and more New Year’s goal setting.  Resolutions were for a slower-pace period. In this technology-driven era, greeting 2019 with vision and SMART goals is really on point in support of a healthy lifestyle. Goal setting to me is so about…

Welcome Winter

The winter season is here, my friend! As the seasons change, our food selection and palates shift.  Do you yearn warm, comfort food in a warm, cozy kitchen?  Yep, me too! Seasonal root veggies are ripe and ready to prepare, partake and share. Much like their summer counterparts, these veggies are excellent for roasting.  They…