Peach season…one of my favorite seasons of the year. A couple of weeks ago we drove out to our favorite farm (if you live in the Metro DC area check out Homestead Farms) to go peach picking. My mom came with us and we were surprised because not only did they have peaches, they had… Read More Peaches – From the Tree to the Freezer to your Stomach – Yum!
Our adventures of being a vegan family has introduced us to many interesting and different flavors, textures, and foods. This past summer while vacationing in Myrtle Beach, SC, I ate a delicious pulled mock chicken salad that was made from jackfruit. It tasted delicious and the texture echoed that of pulled pork. Before that dish,… Read More Shredded Jackfruit Tacos — PETIT WORLD CITIZEN — The Nutritious Noodle
One thing the holidays do is let you know just what things in your house need some TLC. Like forks. We simply do not know what happens to the forks and spoons in our house Lately it has been impossible to set a proper table for all five of us, let alone guest. Khari and… Read More How to Fix a Wobbly Chair
Fall has finally arrived. The leaves are changing colors and every now and then we find ourselves trapped in this glorious blur of orange, burgundy, yellow and green. The trees are swaying. The temperature finally dropped (thank you God!). The clothes have been switched out. The holidays have been planned and the pumpkins have been… Read More Delicious Fresh Pumpkin Puree
This bread came about because I had two extremely ripe bananas one lonely peach. The strawberries came from a small farm about five minutes from our house. But like most freshly picked fruit, if you don’t have a plan for them they will have a plan to go bad. So I thought I would add them… Read More Lemon Balm Strawberry Banana Bread with a Lemony Lemon Balm Glaze
Let me say, right at the start that I take zero credit for this recipe. This past weekend my sisters and I headed south to Williamston, NC for a get-away. Our destination was Big Mill Bed & Breakfast. This was our first time staying at Big Mill, but once we met the full-of-life innkeeper, Chloe, and… Read More Easy. Delicious. Granola.
With our busy fall schedule in full swing, I am always looking for ways to decrease the workload. Cooking is a big job and one the falls primarily on my lap. When it comes to cooking… There is the thinking about what to get (and when I skip this step it is pretty bad). Then… Read More What’s for Dinner? This Week in My Kitchen