Ditch the mill-stone New Year’s resolutions. Instead, learn to live with VISION where your day-to-day choices are inspired by your soul.
Auld Lang Syne: It’s not just for New Year’s Eve. Connect the sweet memories of your past with your hopes for tomorrow by spending time at the table today.
Read Hannah’s story about how time at the table is good for a household of one. Meals don’t have to be fancy or extravagant to feed body, soul, and spirit.
Step out of the whirlwind of life. Understanding the purpose of cooking is the key to busting the myth that cooking for 1 (or 4 or 14!) is hard.
The humble and fabulous frittata is a delicious way to use up vegetables and leftovers. From stovetop to plate including cleanup, it’s 30 minutes tops.
Seeing with new eyes in the kitchen means cooking is a delicious adventure that will have you looking a carrots in a whole new way.