Breakfast for Dinner?

 Last week I wrote about simplifying meal planning.  This morning as I stood in front of my fridge thinking that traditional breakfast foods like eggs or cereal were just not appealing, I got to thinking about how locked in we get to eating certain foods at certain times of the day.  I don't HAVE TO […]

Maple Syrup: Not Your Mama’s Mrs. Butterworth’s

Spring has sprung in Vermont, and that means its maple syrup time. When the temperatures get warmer, the sap starts to run. And that means hundreds of maple sugar-daddies (and sugar-mamas) begin the mad rush to tap their maple trees in order to capture every delightful drop of amber-y goodness! Typically maple syrup is categorized […]

Healthy Cooking Thursday: Faux Sugar on Snow

I’m not sure who the genius was who first decided to take some delicious heated maple syrup and pour it on new fallen snow, but whoever it was, I would kiss them today if I could.  This wonderful cold weather tradition is almost enough to make a person wish for snow.  When the hot maple […]