Not too long ago I shared some very exciting news from NuGo about their Dark Chocolate bars. Three of the five varieties are now certified gluten-free! I was finally able to find the Chocolate Pretzel with Sea Salt and Peanut Butter Cup varieties the other day at Giant Eagle. They were on sale and I [...]
Bakery on Main has been around for many years and they make some pretty awesome gluten-free granola and treats. Their Truebars, just introduced in the last year, are a favorite in our house.
It all started in the small bakery of a natural foods market on Main Street in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Founder [...]
Recently I was asked if I would be interested in participating in the “Melt Away Challenge”. The challenge was to replace my butter or other fats with Melt Organic for one week. Melt Organic Buttery Spread was recently featured on the Dr. Oz Show as a healthier alternative to butter.
What is so [...]
Are you ready for summer? I know I am! I am ready to hang by the pool and relax. What better way to relax than with an ice cold drink? I think I have just found the perfect drink for summer – Michelob ULTRA Light Cider! When I was asked if I was interested in [...]
I love cookbooks. I love to browse through them and of course cook & bake from them. I remember being a little girl and sitting down on many occasions with my mother’s old Betty Crocker cookbook, which she still has in pieces, and paging through to make sure that I knew all of the recipes [...]
Just because I was “on vacation” didn’t mean that I didn’t get my miles in. My mom & sister snapped this picture on their way to take my nephew to school. Fortunately they caught me before I hit the killer hills and felt like dying.
After my tour of the hardest hills I have [...]
First things first. I was going to do a “Wordless Wednesday” post, but as you all know, it is close to impossible for me to post a picture without “talking”. Instead I decided to write a post with a lot of little tidbits of information, starting with the winners of the Riceworks giveaway. I [...]