Every once in awhile I come across an idea I want to emblazon in large red letters across my soul. This is one of them:
In which art is like manna, by Sarah Bessey
Beyond poignant and beautifully expressed:
The day I lost my baby girl, by Emily Wierenga.
For those of us who duck out of photos:
When you don’t want to be photographed, by Jennifer Dukes Lee
And finally, food, food, food. I write about food way more than I ever thought I would.
My nephew, Keenan, could eat a dozen Dunkin Donuts for breakfast — if his mom would let him. Baked, gluten free, good-for-you donuts? I’m sending this recipe to my sister. Of course if we try them, I’ll post my review here. Cinnamon Cake Donuts
And for Pete, chocolate peanut butter donuts. Cake donuts dunked in dark chocolate and peanut butter. I can’t even imagine.
Speaking of things I can’t imagine — this bread that’s not a bread. Nuts and seeds, held together with psyllium. Very weird, but nutritious. Besides just satisfying my curiosity and that it seems ridiculously easy to make (just mix in the baking pan and bake), I’m intrigued by anything that promises to be a one stop nutritious meal. (The reason I’m a smoothie fanatic).