Hi Three to Five Tribe! If you have been following my blog from the very beginning, you know I have had my moments of falling head over heals in love with certain foods. Whether it be cacao nibbs, Brussel sprouts or purple asparagus, when I find something I love (like really love) I just can’t help but […]Read more "My Latest Food Obsession"
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall.” – Oscar Wilde Hi Three to Five Tribe! Yesterday we celebrated the Labor Day holiday, the unofficial end to the summer season. Day time temperatures will still remain pleasant for some time, but 80 degree days are quickly becoming a thing of the past. #thatwassojuly The days are […]Read more "So Long Summer"
FRUIGEES is Squeezing in the Good Stuff One Pouch at a Time Hi Three to Five Tribe! A good friend of mine recently introduced me to a new company, FRUIGEES. (Fruit + Veggies = FRUIGEES). See what they did there? #genius Today I want to tell you all about FRUIGEES and how they are helping […]Read more "Fruigees"
Happy 3rd Birthday Paleo Scavenger! Hi Three to Five Tribe! Today I would like to dedicate this blog post to Paleo Scavenger in honor of their third birthday. (Happy Birthday Paleo Scavenger!) If you have never heard of Paleo Scavenger, where have you been? Today I am going to tell you all about this deliciously […]Read more "Paleo Scavenger Turns Three"
“Don’t blame the butter for what the bread did.” – Unknown Hi Three to Five Tribe! For the past two months I have been practicing a Keto lifestyle. (Think 80% of daily calories coming from healthy fat sources). Yes I know, cue the gasps, but remember, dietary fat does not make you fat! Healthy fat sources […]Read more "Keto Explained"
“I gave up coffee. It’s almost worse than giving up a lover.” – Sandra Bullock Hi Three to Five Tribe! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter celebrating with family and friends. If you recall, this year for Lent I gave up my beloved coffee. Read more about it here! I am happy to report no […]Read more "50+ Days without Coffee"
“The buffalo represents the people and the universe and should always be treated with respect. For was he not here before the two-legged peoples, and is he not generous in that he gives us our homes and our food?“ – Oglala Sioux holy man Black Elk, The Sacred Pipe, 1953 Hi Three to Five Tribe! Today, […]Read more "Bison Meat, the New Beef"