Aren’t quail eggs cute? Five of these quail eggs would have the caloric equivalent of one large chicken egg. They’re rich in vitamin A, choline, selenium, and iron. (Source) You may encounter raw quail eggs on top of tobiko in fine sushi restaurants. It makes my mouth water just typing those words up. Gunkan Tobiko… Read More Quail Eggs
Google sriracha shrimp and you’ll get 20.5 million results. It’s that popular. I think I’ll give some of those recipes a try this winter. I have my own version of Sriracha Shrimp, and I’ll stack mine up against some of the internet’s best reviewed recipes. I’ll have my family vote. You can vote, too. Try… Read More Sriracha Shrimp
Although Hulda Clark wrote a lot about food in her books, she did not recommend a particular diet. Whether you are on an omnivorous, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or any other kind of special diet, you can benefit from Hulda Clark’s lifestyle recommendations. Let me simplify the rather dense books she published. Hulda Clark discovered… Read More What diet does Hulda Clark recommend?
What’s amazing about having a blog that has been around for more than a decade is that I can quickly click through the posts to see my daughter growing up. From the moment she was born to this day, I am filled with gratitude and pride in her good health, strength, skills, and grace. I… Read More Strength and Grace
Last Christmas, while gathered around the dinner table at Aunt Faye’s, we got talking about Mammy Flanders’ Date Balls. My husband said it was one of his favorite snacks Mammy made. Aunt Faye didn’t like it much, so it was always missing from her dessert spread during the holidays. My husband wanted to have a… Read More Date Balls