Are alternative food projects productive, or are they encouraging you to be the same consumer-citizen, just with a different shopping basket? This piece by Robin Jane Roff is a healthy read for all foodies.
Look at the pretty nature drawing by Ana Bangueses.
NATIONAL CHERRY MONTH
Photo via We Heart It.
Happy National Cherry Month. Maybe this is why they put it in February: we’re not too far from cherry blossoms.
Happy National Cherry Month.
Photo courtesy of meduseetappeti.
Why isn’t it summer yet?
Photo via themorningtrain.
I’m trying to carve out better habits—which I wrote about on my new, professional blog. Here are some of the less processed, less refined sugar-filled recipes we’re munching on:
- Rawlos from My New Roots
- Espresso walnut brownies from Minimalist Baker
- Winter abundance bowl from My New Roots
- Our favorite winter meal, a hearty pot pie from Well Vegan
- Hearty cinnamon rolls from My New Roots
- Simple granola bars
Photo from My New Roots.
They even bring women into the kitchen—no, not that one. The professional kitchen, both as a chef & a farmer. Yeah, women in the food industry!