Helloooo from the newborn bliss exhausted love haze. It’s been 11 days since our little peanut made her debut and we are all doing wonderfully. It’s also pretty neat that today is Mother’s Day and I get to hold my new baby girl as a fresh mama. To all the mamas out there, whether you
I had one of those moments the other day – the kind of moment I imagine every blogger has at some point or another – I felt annoyed, frustrated, and overwhelmed with the workings and endless “to-do’s” of the blog and wanted to just throw in the towel and say goodbye to Nutritionist in the Kitch. Yep.
It’s not delivery… it’s not delissio… it’s a delicious, homemade, no-nonsense, healthy (allergen friendly) PIZZA! Every now and then I crave pizza like nobody’s business and I’ve been on a mission to find a dairy-free pizza that actually tastes good. I hate to say it, but every single dairy free “cheese” I’ve tried is… ehhhh… yeah, not to my liking.
One of the most common remarks I hear in my nutrition practice is “I just don’t have time to cook!”. And while I completely understand that we all lead busy lives and sometimes the last thing there’s time for is putting a healthy meal on the table in the midst of all the extracurricular activities,