Cooking really wasn’t my thing initially. In fact, I was quite happy to sit back at the kitchen table with a glass of wine in my hand while I watched my husband cook – and he’s a good one, too! But cooking at home was a sporadic exercise. We ate out a lot. And by a lot, I mean loads – spent incredible amounts of stupid money on restaurants.
Then something happened. I had a health scare that wasn’t improving with pharmaceuticals. (I won’t go into that here, but if you want the gory details, check out this post.) So I decided to see if I could improve my health using food. And it worked!
People who know me say, “I couldn’t eat like you.” “It’s too hard to change my eating habits.” “I don’t have enough time to do all that shopping and cooking.” “Do you know how hard it is to cook when you’re single?” “What’s kale, anyway?”
I decided to create this blog so that anyone who is interested in eating well can see how easy – and tasty – it can be. I also wanted to create a place for people to share their ventures into good nutrition and how it impacted their health (check out Down the Rabbit Hole and Rabbit Tales) in order to help others seeking information that may not be so easy to come by.
Even if you could care less about nutrition, I think almost anyone would find these recipes pretty delicious. Enjoy!
(Photo credit: Kristine Casart Photography)