It has been over a year now since my daughter and I switched to a more organic diet. The overall goal was to reduce the chemical load in our bodies, particularly for my autistic daughter. I am not “crazed” about it. We do still eat out on occasion, and things that only I eat, I am a little less fussy about. The switch does seem to provide subtle benefits for my daughter, especially in her ability to focus.
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Italian Tuna Salad loaded with fresh vegetables, garlic, parsley and olives, is not only delicious and nutritious it is also makes a nice light diet-friendly meal. When I was asked to create a sponsored recipe with Genova tuna, I immediately knew what I was going… [read more]
I have always been big on mixing flavors and this Asian Fusion Chicken Burger Recipe makes full use of my title the Condiment Queen … lol When Pepperidge Farm through Blog Meets Brand contacted me to sponsor a big bold (bun challenging) burger recipe using the… [read more]
Maybe because of cold weather starting to set in, I have been sort of craving Cajun & Creole food lately. The thing is I have been pretty busy around here, and it is just my daughter and I (and she won’t eat it), so making a big pot of jambalaya is just not going to happen any time soon.