At the Heart of every Kitchen is a Cooks Love

Monday, January 28, 2013

Health and wellness is not just about ourselves but also about those around us. It's not just about the nourishment we put in our bodies but also about the way we approach food for mental health. Life moves so fast and seems to be getting faster between work, children events etc...we are eating on the go.One of my favorite childhood memories was the sunday meal sitting around the table as a family it was the only day we did that. As years went by it seemed to move from the table to the living room with the tv on. But i remained a sitting at the table kind of eater.

I have always had a tenderness for encouraging every Dinner time to sit as a family, shut the tv off - it is family time, laughter, conversation. Even more endearing are the times during the meal preperation standing around in the kitchen engaging, sharing, laughing. It's a great tradition. Personally I am passionate about cooking/baking I find it therapeutic.

Here are a few favorite books:
**Eat What you love , Love What you eat with Diabetes (Good read even if you don't..page 108 has great Healthy eating tips. http://bit.ly/V50GkF

**Food that helps Battle against Fibromyalgia (even if you don't great healthy recipes) p.226 has awesome Quiche recipe with rice crust. http://bit.ly/W7c0LJ

Remember to:
Prepare with Love
Give with Gratitude
Cook with Passion
Laugh with Delight
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Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Thank you for sharing!
    1852 days ago
    great blog

    sounds good

    love your quote at the end


    hugs Jo
    1852 days ago
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