Tomorrow marks the final day of our self-inflicted family sugar fast. The question I got the most: Why are you doing this? The next question: The boys are doing it to? And third: Do you think they sneak and eat sugar at school? So for any of you still wondering these things, here you go… … More is it possible to be 100% sugar-free?
Last month Tyler’s mom offered to send us a few weeks of Plated, one of those meal delivery services. I was a little skeptical of these places before. It seems like so much waste when I can just go to the grocery store and buy everything. Less cardboard, plastic, deliver person, etc. Also it costs less to do … More magical cardboard boxes
On Saturday Tyler and I embarked on a magical journey through the city and into a place I could likely deem the greatest place on earth at the moment. Although I wonder if I would have been as excited had it not been for
I had this great goal for Meatless Mondays, but let’s just all agree that I’m not very good at goals and leave it at that. On the positive side, I am still on my kick of eating less meat. So although I haven’t designated a specific day to vegetarianism, I am making some pretty tasty meat-free meals … More i snuck fake chicken into dinner (and burned my face with jalapeño juice)
Sometimes I’m searching for a meme that perfectly portrays my contempt for accidentally using the wrong your/you’re in chat, and I end up finding an amazing gem such as this: And I think to myself, it’s true…I have such an inner struggle between delicious food and wanting to look model-hot in my swimsuit. When I first moved … More tacos are just the beginning
Mason has been reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma at school these past few weeks, resulting in him (and subsequently Milo) looking for and pointing out every place they find corn. Mason has been so excited about this book, which has made me a little mom-proud that I have a child who cares about food sources and healthiness. … More is there corn in that?
Today started so normal. Woke up, got ready for work, received a text from Tyler as I walked out the door to say a subway rail was broken and he’d been stuck on the train in Queens for the last hour, turned back around and walked inside to work from home. Of course, by then I … More i can’t follow recipes
Whenever I feel down about my food allergies I remind myself how lucky I am that I can still eat cheese. I’ve told Tyler multiple times that I will never get tested to see if I’m allergic to cheese because I might just rather die from a cheese allergy than live without cheese in my … More for the love of cheese
I found this article about microwave desserts you can make in mugs. I was intrigued to step up my nightly mug of hot chocolate, so I thought I’d give some a try. (Just kidding, drinking hot chocolate every night would be ridiculous, so of course I don’t actually do that.) My first thought was, I don’t … More the things i eat for blogs
When I was younger I used to profess my favorite food as Thanksgiving dinner. Not just any one thing–I had a love for the meal itself. My family liked to comment on my habit of mixing food… The perfect bite definitely consists of a little of everything on my plate: turkey, potatoes, stuffing and green beans with a … More thankful for internet recipes