hey kids ~ gather ’round for STORY TIME! (if you’re busy and just need the dang recipe, scroll down) a few years ago, the hub and i were driving out of town, and we stopped to get breakfast at one of your typical pancake-n-eggs restaurants. i ordered an omelette with a side of hollandaise sauce and the woman thought i was speaking martian. she had … Continue reading eggs benedict ~ featuring vegan holiday sauce.
hello food lovers! are you, by any chance, wine lovers as well? how about music lovers? i’m sure most of you know that i am a professional singer, but maybe some of you don’t? anyway, i have a new concert series, called The Society of Song, and the next event is coming up soon! this next SOS is a special one, so i thought i’d … Continue reading wine and music!
who knew that this evening’s meal would make it on the blog? crazy! i was really scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel when i put this meal together. but it turned out so good that i didn’t want to forget about it! it’s true what they say ~ necessity really is the mother of invention, ain’t it? here’s what i had. some veggies that … Continue reading wild rice stew w/veggies.
hello strangers! happy fall!!!!! i have been working on making a diet change FOR GOOD. that’s a double-meaning right there! it’s going to be for the good of my heart, soul, and gut, but it’s also going to be forever ~ for good. i am making a life-change to the cleanest eating i have ever attempted, and i am on fire about it! clean eating. … Continue reading new me!
hello friends. this is a gentle reminder from your loving, veggie-obsessed blogger… salads don’t have to have lettuce in them. here’s the evidence… who needs boring lettuce? you can make a yummy salad like this, and put it in the fridge, dressed and all, and it will just get better and better over the next few days. it’s such a healthy and quick snack. and … Continue reading lettuce-free salad.
happy rainy thursday, kansas city! i love, love, love days like this. i don’t know if it’s the scottish in me, but a rainy day is always a good day. it rained on my wedding day seven years ago, and this bride loved it. so, i felt the need to get some thoughts out, and i decided to share them. this blog post is all … Continue reading ch-ch-changes.
(i think i’ve already posted about chia pudding, but here we go again. i just needed a reminder. i also needed to try it with my new homemade almond milk…) this is a lovely way to start the day. i’ve had so much energy after this breakfast! this chia pudding is made with homemade almond milk, which i think is a serious game-changer. here’s the … Continue reading chia pudding with berries.
…with homemade almond milk. such a great way to start this rainy august day. i had TWO cups. i couldn’t stop at just one! this is such a subtle, earthy flavor. here’s all you need: heat up a cup of homemade almond milk. recipe here: https://pixyskansascity.com/2018/08/23/homemade-almond-milk/ using a small fine mesh strainer, strain in a teaspoon of matcha powder (you can find this in the … Continue reading matcha green tea latte.
DIVINE. absolutely divine. i drank it like it was a glass of milk right after i made it. and i hated milk as a kid, so i’ve never really enjoyed anything like this. it’s so creamy and comforting. i get it now, milk drinkers. i get it. here’s how you do it: in a mason jar, cover a cup of almonds with 2 cups of … Continue reading homemade almond milk.
these summer flavors seem to always lift my spirits and make me feel like it’s not a dang monday. can you even see the watermelon in there? i got a little carried away with the toppings. i bought that gorgeous orange and yellow-fleshed watermelon, and, although i miss the classic watermelon red color, this one is mild and absolutely lovely. the cucumber came from the … Continue reading summer salad platter.