The other day I received an email from a customer who was surprised at the amount of calories in one of our bars. She was upset because the bars are higher in calories than some of the commercial ones that are currently on the market. At first, I was upset.
I can think of a couple of answers to that question, but the one that I still find the most comforting is oatmeal. I'm not sure when my love affair with oats began. I know it wasn't childhood. My mother's oatmeal was of the paste variety and littered with lumps
I have a ton of cold, delicious nuts stuck in various crevices within my freezer. They are neslted among frozen asparagus from Trader Joe's, bags of basil saved from the summer, and the not-so-healthy soy chicken nuggets my daughter loves. From Brazil nuts to chipotle-maple baked almonds, I have an odd
This is one of those songs that totally takes me back to Columbus, Ohio when all of those British pop bands of the 80s were really coming on the scene. My youth was totally awkward. That's a total understatement. It was HELL! In middle school/junior high, Christina Anderews and Lisa
I love how little snippets of genius can come from songs, words of a child, and brilliant monologues from my favorite misogynist, Don Draper. The first time I saw this scene (at the kitchen at 3:29 in the morning via my iPhone), I heard the words and something about them resonated with