Every once and a while I like to take a break from the food, recipe and travel posts that I normally blog about. Recently I was contacted by Recoverywell.org out of Wilmington, Delaware. They asked me to share their inspiring message of recovery on my blog. I am a big advocate of recovery programs. These programs save countless lives every day. I am a big advocate! The professionals at Recoverywell.org offer real hope and change for those ready and willing to clean up their lives.
Loantaka Brook Reservation offer a great opportunity to experience all your 5 senses in a stunning open air classroom.
Get Ghoulish with Creepy Witch Finger Cookies! They are fun to make and very tasty. This is a festive and spooky recipe that’s perfect for Halloween This recipe is also kid friendly so the children in your life can get as creepy and creative as they want. It’s eerie fun for the whole family.
Food is often regarded as a comfort–either because good memories are associated with the food itself or because many people associate sitting down to a good meal with happiness–those living with PTSD can find it therapeutic to organize a meal and prepare it themselves.
As a blogger for the Helsinki Secret Residence, I was able to experience, as a local, the food, culture and beautiful nature of this city and its surrounding areas. Here in this post I share my Helsinki highlights with you all.
Chef Franco Lania’s version of Eggplant Parmigiana is much lighter, naturally gluten-free and more akin to a side dish than it is to a main course. Why not give it a try?
Jädelino is a quaint, friendly gelateria that serves top quality, homemade Italian ice cream in the the Teurastamo district of Helsinki. The flavors at Jädelino are very creative. I had a peanut butter-olive oil gelato that was extraordinary. The pistachio (made with an imported pistachio base from Sicily) and the tiramisu gelato are fantastic as well. I’ll be back! Once you’ve taste their delicious ice creams, you’ll be back too.
I had the distinct pleasure of working at the event with two very talented and highly accredited Tunisian chefs- Rafik Tlatli and Mounir Le Baroque. The best thing about working with chefs from other cultures beside your own, is the great enthusiasm that can be generated through a mutual admiration toward each other’s cuisine.
Carefully-crafted Tunisian olive oils are rich in nutrients. The majority is classified as organic and 80% as Extra Virgin. So Tasty, So Healthy!