Homemade Sea Salt Hand Scrub

This winter is being particularly rough on my hands. They’re cracking and severely dry, no matter how much hand cream I slather on. Long before I delved into the food allergy world, I made my own sea salt hand scrub. With my hands so dry and icky lately, I remembered … Continue reading

Sea Salt is Safe (and Miscellaneous Thoughts)

You know what is not fun? When you have to work the last week of August and the first two weeks of September, and life suddenly feels like “all work and no play”. That’s been my dilemma, and why I’ve been incredibly patchy on posting lately. There’s just too much … Continue reading

Flying High

Hope you had a fabulous Labor Day weekend! I took the day off from blogging because I was working. That’s okay, though! Other than suddenly being required to be at work a little more than I’d like, my family and I are flying high! (At least, for the moment.) As … Continue reading

Salt Shaking

This weekend, Zac reached another milestone: sweet potatos are safe!! I. Am. Ecstatic! Sweet potatos are SO yummy and nutritious! After slightly over a week of sweet potatos, Zac’s weekly weigh in was a stupendous 28 pounds!! Plus, this week he’s done his usual “new food developmental leap”. He’s trying … Continue reading

Red Letter Day (How Even Experienced FPIES Parents Screw Up)

I feel sick to my stomach right now. I had a post all ready to go for this morning, but then this happened and now it’s all I can think about. Yesterday I wanted to finally take the time to try and make quinoa in a way I would like … Continue reading

Vegan Southwest Queso

Cauliflower, oh cauliflower…why did it take me so long to fall in love with you? Sometimes in the kitchen, you discover something cool that is very useful – for one  recipe. Some kitchen discoveries, however, continue to excite you with the many ways they can be reinvented. Such is the … Continue reading