Between seeing patients, writing, teaching and parenting, I’m busy. No busier than many of you, we all have our Busy Badges as a paleo friend says. Just the typical post work routine: running between appointments, striving to remember the details of carpools, sports schedules and due dates for assignments. Oh, and dinner. There is always […]
Rhubarb Compote Waiting all year for this moment. For Spring to come. The moment when the rhubarb is beginning to bloom and mature. The first green leaves of food coming through the ground, ready to be harvested and made into so many great recipes. The first that I typically make is an extremely simple compote, […]
Nineteen years ago today, we stood under a blooming willow branch, with a friend reading us the wedding ceremony we wrote, joyful in our love, happy that our worlds were joining, hoping for the future. Wedding Vows- Jean McFadden Layton and Edward Layton We made the decision to marry quickly. No, not for necessity, although […]
Sun and palm trees, Birds of Paradise stretching for what seems like miles. Green plants that look a bit parched but happy. Did I mention the SUN? Traveling to the Natural Products Expo West for the 4th year in a row gives me a bit of perspective. Just a smidge, though. I’m ready for […]
I’m as excited as Agnes in Despicable Me. Why you might ask? Nutrimill has sent me a flour mill! a piece of equipment I have had on my wish list for over 5 years. I’m so excited because now I can keep all my grains in whole form, preventing oxidation and staleness by milling just before […]
Tender, Tangy Gluten Free Waffle Recipe Author: Dr. Jean Layton Recipe type: Breakfast Cuisine: Gluten-Free Tender, tangy and crispy waffles, the perfect treat for a holiday or weekend. Even better, bake all the batter just a minute short of done for your own toaster waffles. Ingredients 4 eggs 300 grams buttermilk (approx 1½ cups) 10 grams Pixie […]
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