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Kohlrabi is in season right now

It’s an interesting looking vegetable, right? I think it’s pretty. I’ll be honest, I don’t think I knew of its existence until we started shopping the farmers markets. This is one of those veggies that I have experimented with. And been pleased with the results. Recently, I made a salad […]

People want honest, flavorful food

People Want Honest, Flavorful Food

What keeps you from cooking more meals at home? I know that for many people, they don’t know what to cook and they don’t know how to cook. And that happens to be the mission of Veggies 101: To show people that it is easy to prepare healthy and delicious […]

Recommended Attitude for Cooking

“The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you’ve got to have a what-the-hell attitude.”— Julia Child What keeps you out of the kitchen? For many people, it’s a fear that they might make a mistake. That their creations will be tasteless or inedible. That they will […]

Ready! Fire! Aim!

This week’s quote was suggested by a friend of mine: Ready! Fire! Aim! She said that last week’s quote reminded her of it. In case you missed it, here’s last week’s quote from Seth Godin: “Do the work, become the artist. Instead of planning, simply become. Acting as if is […]

“Do the work, become the artist. Instead of planning, simply become. Acting as if is how we acquire identity.” — Seth Godin

More Action, Less Planning

This week’s quote comes from Seth Godin. I first ‘met’ Seth Godin when a wise friend introduced me to his book, “Purple Cow.” I now have a whole collection of his books. Today’s quote comes from “The Practice” and he says: Do the work, become the artist. Instead of planning, […]

Take a Deep Breath

Take a Deep Breath

What do we really mean when we say “Take a Deep Breath?” Learn how to take a deep breath and reduce stress.   An invitation: Is it possible you’re experiencing chronic stress? I have an invitation for you to talk about your stress. I’m looking to have 100 conversations about […]