Post Archives tagged ‘ideas’



Plant-Based Dinners

Posted on: January 21st, 2015 by
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It's a beautiful snowy Colorado morning. It's 6:00 am and still dark as night outside, and I'm sitting at my computer with the gas fireplace crackling behind me as it warms up after being turned on with a switch. (Would the smell of burning logs be nice right now? Do I wish I had a real (REAL) fireplace? ...No! Are you crazy? I'd never write Continue reading the story "Plant-Based Dinners"

Goulash

Posted on: November 4th, 2013 by
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I'm not sure how many of my loyal readers have had this simple dish, but when I was growing up, it was a staple in my house. Usually served with ground beef mixed in, we have since found that it is perfectly delicious without the meat. And it's a very kid-friendly dish; I am always serving seconds to my chitlins. In fact, today I made Continue reading the story "Goulash"

My New Favorite Cookbook!

Posted on: September 26th, 2013 by
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Today I am excited to share a couple of recipes from my new favorite cookbook! Both of these recipes are new family favorites in the Wells household. I hope you enjoy then as much as we do! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Around anyone with even a slight interest, I have been known to go on and on about The China Study and how the content of this book Continue reading the story "My New Favorite Cookbook!"

What Vegans Eat for Dinner

Posted on: September 25th, 2013 by
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The "un-veganized" individual might be wary to step into these waters. They are most likely thinking that our diet consists of a bag of salad (AKA "rabbit food") highlighted with nasty soybean curd globules. I am aware of this inner-brain assumption, because I had it myself just one year ago when someone told me they were a, (gasp!), "VEGAN." So today I have created Continue reading the story "What Vegans Eat for Dinner"

School Lunch Ideas

Posted on: September 10th, 2013 by
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School has been back in session for a few weeks now, and the same ol' PB&J just isn't cutting it anymore. It's losing that charm that it had on the first day back when your little tyke pulled it out of their brown paper bag, inhaled the smell of soft bread, and took that first gooey bite. Now bits and pieces of chewed-on sandwich are Continue reading the story "School Lunch Ideas"