From where I sit in Nashville, it’s is a balmy 80+ degrees right now. Neighbors are sitting on porches, people are biking down our street and the sun is turning everything this gorgeous golden hue. It’s so easy to love this time of year—and not just because of the warmth and daylight. I mean, you guys, one word: popsicles. On that note, today, I’m thrilled to be over at Carrie Vitt’s killer site, Deliciously Organic, sharing the basil creamsicle recipe from our ebook and the one that, every time we make it, we can’t stop eating.
Go on over to Carrie’s site to read the post and see the recipe—and then stick around to find scores of grain-free recipes you can count on to work. Thanks so much for letting us share on your site, Carrie. We are your always fans.
Hi, gang. Today’s post is something of a bonus for the week because it’s actually a guest post published over at the ever beautiful, truly inspiring g0lubka blog. While they’re in the midst of editing an upcoming cookbook (set to publish in 2014!), Anya’s been gathering a series of guest posts from fellow bloggers for her site. The first, published last week, featured truly stunning lemon tarts from another talent you may recognize, the lovely Laura of The First Mess, and it had us salivating.
Anyway, we’re so honored to post at g0lubka because it is a site defined by beauty, whole foods and a wonderful perspective that embraces the idea of trying new foods and knowing when to be flexible. In our post today, we’re sharing a super simple garlic onion veggie dip, which was truly Tim’s brainchild. The base isn’t sour cream or yogurt, but, are you ready for this, cashews—and, trust me when I tell you, it’s good enough to eat with a spoon!
Read the post and check out the recipe over at g0lubka, and then set aside a little time to look around—if you’re like me, you’ll find plenty of recipes to bookmark and try.
This week’s usual Tuesday post is coming a day early because it’s a little different from our usual chats and, instead of a recipe or a roundup, it’s a guest post up over at my beloved Seed + Water Blog. This post is fourth in a series Holly and Meagan have been running entitled “For Telling’s Sake,” in which bloggers talk about the ways blogging has shown to be a rich and meaningful experience in their lives. (This topic, as you may remember, is the sort of thing I have a lot to say about, and today’s lengthy guest post makes that clear.)
I’m honored to be among voices like Annie‘s, Rylee‘s, Kathryn‘s and, especially, Holly’s, Holly being the one who launched this idea for a series with her original post on the value of blogging, back at the end of January. I also continue to be honored to call Holly friend—I admire her so much.
You can read the post here.