This is just a quick post to put the word out there in case you are interested in learning more about tick-borne diseases.
There is a free summit happening right now through August 23, called the Uprooting Lyme Tele-Think-Tank. I haven’t listened to any of the talks yet as I only just found out about it, but I’m very excited to listen to Dr. Richard Horowitz speak on Thursday August 20; he is the author of Why Can’t I Get Better, which is an amazing, highly acclaimed book about Lyme Disease and how he treats it. You can listen for free at the time of the event or I believe you can purchase recordings if you want to listen to them later.
Last summer I found out I was intolerant to eggs and dairy, along with gluten – which can make breakfast a more challenging meal than it used to be (especially when going out for brunch!). I’ve also been eating a … Continue reading →
Well, My Sleepy Kitchen has been long overdue for a post! After a 2.5 year hiatus, it finally feels like the right time to start blogging again. I’ve been thinking about it for some time now, and have had a lot of encouragement to pick the blog up again, but the past couple years have been a roller coaster to say the least, and unfortunately blogging didn’t fit into the picture. Continue reading →
I love Thai food – however, saying that, I always get the same dish when I eat out: Massaman Curry. This is one of my all-time favourite curries, but I think a lot of people bypass it for a trusty Pad Thai or Green Thai Curry instead. If you’ve never tried Massaman Curry, now’s your chance! Continue reading →
Blogging is definitely more of a winter sport for me; it’s hard to justify sitting in front of a computer when I could be reading in the park on a sunny day – so, sorry about the sparse posts this summer! Once cool weather hits again I will be more diligent about posting regularly. :)
I started making gluten free crackers when I wanted to have more quick gluten free snacks on hand. Continue reading →
It’s no secret that many commercial “skin care” products contain loads of unpronounceable ingredients – and instead of taking care of our skin, most of these products are actually doing more harm than good. Continue reading →
Hello everyone! This week is just a quick recipe inspired by the thyme plant that is happily growing in my garden. I don’t have a picture of it, but chicken salad is never that pretty anyway. Continue reading →
Ok, so this is not the most seasonal of recipes, but a couple weeks ago I had the most fantastic roasted purple carrots in a restaurant, and since then I’ve been on a carrot kick. Growing up, I hated cooked carrots, so this new love of carrots is quite a surprise to me. Continue reading →