Every now and then a recipe gets lost in the shadows of other recipes and then one day I see it and think, how have I NOT shared this one yet?!
My sincerest apologies for keeping this donut recipe from you for so long. It was not my best judgement to keep it on the back burner as it has been sitting in my queue since about October. But don’t the say the best that comes to those who wait? I mean, at least Heinz does!
Let’s talk a little bit about the “E” word today. What’s the “E” word you ask?
Raise your hand if you have every used exercise to make up for what you ate. (My hand is raised.) Raise your hand if you have ever exercised to try to change the way your body looked? (Again, my hand is raised.) Raise your hand if you have ever done a particular exercise or exercise routine in order to get _______ (insert body part) just like someone else. (I better just keep my hands up even though they are getting tired.)
Why, why do we do this?? A lot of it has to do with our attitude toward exercise and our attitude toward our bodies.
There is nothing better than being able to make your favorite store bought or restaurant item at home. For one it’s much more cost effective and you can have it whenever you like.
So you can imagine I was quite happy when I ventured out to make the ever popular Perfect Bar at home and they turned out–first try!
It’s not everyday that you get to write about a book your friends published. So talking with you today about the Fertility Foods Cookbook: 100+ Recipes to Nourish Your Body by Elizabeth Shaw and Sara Haas is more than an honor and privilege.
Let’s talk about a tough topic for some of us: our bodies.
One would think that the home we wear day in and day out would be something we would have crazy love for, but for so many of us, that is far from the case.
First thing’s first: body love is a journey and very much a practice.