Anovulatory blues


For women trying to get pregnant, having an anovulatory cycle can be incredibly stressful.  It means more waiting than the dreaded two week wait.  It means more concerns piling up on an already worrisome mind.  It means, in short, an unknown length of time in which that woman must simply wait.  And wait.  And wait. What is an anovulatory cycle? Ovulation does not always happen every single cycle.  A cycle in which a woman does not achieve ovulation is called {Read More}

Braided honey wheat bread, baked on a stone!

Honey Wheat Stone Baked Bread

Looking for a braided honey wheat bread?  I’ve been playing around with baked breads for some time, but this honey wheat bread, mixed with a Kitchen Aid mixer and baked on a stone, is easily my all time favorite!  I’ve baked bread in a machine before, but there’s something much more idyllic about baking it in the oven, on a stone.  Not so idyllic, however, is the arduous task of kneading the dough.  With a standing mixer, I can have {Read More}

Recipe: Chicken Taco Pizza


This chicken taco pizza is adapted from a basic recipe I’d found online.  I’ve changed things so much, in fact, that it’s truly taken on a life of it’s own!  It’s savory, spicy, simple as ever to make and tastes amazing.  You can make your own pizza dough if you please, but we just use the Pillsbury pizza dough which is how this recipe is written.  Print out the recipe card as needed, of course, and I hope that you {Read More}

Recipe: Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Cauliflower Crust Pizza by Jeannie Burkett

A cauliflower crust pizza?  Why not!  This is an amazing take on the traditional pizza, from my dear friend Jeannie.  And Jeannie’s  a woman I trust about tasty foods- she’s got a knack for bringing healthy-to-eat and I-want-to-eat-this together in delicious harmony.  Gods bless her.  Let’s get started!!  Personally, I’m very excited to try this one for myself.  I have never made a crust with cauliflower before, and if Jeannie’s picture is any indication, I am sure this will be {Read More}

Recipe: Grilled Apple on Flatbread

Image from Google Images

Grilled apple and cheddar flatbread sandwiches?  Don’t mind if I do!  I tried a new idea in the kitchen tonight, and it came out absolutely fabulous!  Here’s what you’ll need to make this bit  of tasty, and as always, the “cardless” instructions are at the bottom of the post, under the nifty recipe card. 1 Green Apple 1 Small Shallot Mild White Cheddar Cheese, shredded. Brown Mustard Olive Oil 2 large pieces of flatbread These amounts make 8 flatbread sandwiches. {Read More}

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