What I found when I planned our meals was I spent less; we ate healthier; and I had more time because I wasn’t heading to the store after work every day, nor was I wasting brain power trying to come up with a new meal each evening.
Inspiration is important in keeping us going when it gets tough. But like any cycle, there are ups and downs, and when you’re in the down part, getting back up takes a lot of work.
Being a fast eater is no virtue. I'm trying to slow down my eating this Thanksgiving and every day, so I can enjoy meals more.
Major losses at the mini-farm are tempered by a few wins and a steady stream of tomatoes.
My parents’ back yard is no longer a 1,010-square-foot blank slate.
Let’s talk about good food and bringing it to our table.
This is the story of one loaf of bread and how it changed the way I eat. My name is Colleen. I bake my own bread.