I don’t really blog too much about food recipes (or in the past couple years, about anything ever), but I’ve recently brushed the dust off my Vitamix to make some really simple nourishments to help me and my husband feel a little bit better about our eating habits… so here goes nothing. This recipe is… Continue Reading
Meet “The Slab.” Starting my second one soon. It’ll be much better this time around.
DIO Fest (aka Do-it-Ourselves Fest) is a music festival put together by a small group of people hell-bent on taking the corporate out of conventional music festivals. The whole event is a fundraiser to raise money for the Music Enrichment Program at Camp Krem. Just a little history, Camp Krem is the place that DIO Fest calls home… Continue Reading
Did some “alpha” testing on some GRIT liquid soap. I went to the local apothecary (The Herb Room) and loaded up on some herbs and seeds and went to town on creating the perfect natural liquid soap. Ingredients used: Pinehead Gunpowder Chicory Roasted Root Ground Ginger Ground Cinnamon Elderberry Seeds Peppermint Spearmint Poppy Seeds Chia… Continue Reading
It’s not surprising that Halloween is the biggest holiday in Santa Cruz. Every year there’s an awesome halloween parade in Downtown Santa Cruz, and this year was no exception. DIY Charlie Chaplin costume.
Freddie, my fiance, volunteered us to help out his parent’s church in making kimchi. It was AWESOME. In case you don’t know what kimchi is: (Taken from Wikipedia) Kimchi (Korean: 김치 Korean pronunciation: [kimtɕʰi]; Englishpronunciation:/ˈkɪmtʃi/), also spelled kimchee or gimchi, is a traditional fermentedKoreanside dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as “spicy” or “sour”. In traditional preparation Kimchi was… Continue Reading