What’s For Dinner? Ratatouille With Chicken

Ratatouille With Chicken Slice eggplant, peppers, zucchini, tomatoes into thin slices. I used cherry tomatoes and left them whole. Cut chicken breast into 1 inch pieces and lightly salt and pepper. Drizzle olive oil in a baking dish. Layer vegetables, basil leaves and chicken in the baking dish. Bake for 40 minutes in a 375…

Mr. Edwards and the Open Road, #Friday Fictioneers

Every time I think I can’t possibly find a story within the photo prompt, Mr. Edwards, my novel time traveler, nudges me and begs for another 100 words.  The poor man tries to squeeze every last thrill out of his 100 word life.  We should all do the same. Will he ever get the girl?…

What’s For Dinner? : Let’s Be Honest

Friends and family often ask, “What do you really eat?” I guess they think that I’m fabricating when I say, “I eat real food, mostly plants, some chicken and lots of fish.” I don’t eat bread, pasta, processed foods or much sugar. (Yes, you can live without simple carbohydrates.) Those of you who know me,…

The Autumn/Fall Menu | September 2015

I’m so excited for the Fall Dinner Party Collective. This is free dinner party and wine pairing advice at its best. Go check it out and follow along. Good food and good company increases your happiness factor!

Pimp Your Veg part 2: spices are your friend! 

Originally posted on foodbod:
?If you have ever read any of my blog then you know that I love spices; these beautifully coloured aromatic powders have the power to not only nourish and heal our bodies, but to completely change any meal.? Just a teaspoon of the right spice can take a dish from bland…

The Auto Correct From Hell: An Apology!

I am so sorry that you may have received an email with my last post with a typo in the title. It should have said, “Share a Coke with Obesity” Not Come. Feel free to delete me off or your email list. Ugh, I hate autocorrect because I swear it changes words after I close…

Share a Coke With “Obesity”

The medical community is unhappy with Coke for funding bogus research to prove that Coke is good for your health. The folks at Center for Science of the Public Interest produced a YouTube video showing how Coke refuses to #ShareHonesty about their products. Please go to the ShareACoke.com website and submit your honest label for…

Nom, Nom: Friday Frictioneers

Sensible shoes and a rather bland appearance made Sara the perfect courier. Strolling past the fence with forced yet stellar nonchalance, Sara pulled the letter out of her pocket discretely and smoothed the creases. She took a final whiff, the perfume had been her brilliant idea, and wedged it in the crack exactly as instructed….

Pimp Your Veg part 1 : roasting vegetables 

Originally posted on foodbod:
Thank you all so much for your positive responses to my new series, it’s so lovely to know that you are all with me 🙂 So, here we go…part 1: roasting vegetables If you recall from my introduction post, the inspiration behind this series is a friend of mine who is…

A New Normal #FridayFictioneers

A New Normal “Dad wanted to be buried at sea?” you asked as we wrestled the mahogany canoe to the shore and waited for high tide to carry us out. I couldn’t find my voice, but nodded in reply. “Did he really carve this boat?”

A Novel Romance #FridayFictioneers

If you missed the story of Mr. Edwards and his stumble into a new century you can read about him here. For more entertaining flash fiction please follow the link to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, the weekly host of Friday Fictioneers. Genre: Novel Time Travel A Novel Romance by Tracey Delaplain Mr. Edwards, having recently jumped to…