Month: September 2017

PICKLED PEPPERS

I love our weekly CSA box. It’s like Christmas morning every Friday when I go to pick up the box. But like those wonderfully appreciated but fateful Christmas presents you got as a kid, you never knew what you were going to get. One of the challenges of our CSA […]

Salmon Lake California, Cabins set natural wilderness in the Sierra

A WEEK AWAY AT SALMON LAKE

This summer the family and I packed up and made the trek to the Sierras in Northern California. What an amazing adventure we had, hiking, boating, fishing, and oh so much swimming. And, of course, lots of great food. For as glorious of a time as the hubby and I […]

TO CHANGE OR NOT TO CHANGE

My disease has yet again forced its way into the forefront of my day-to-day. While Multiple Sclerosis impacts nearly every aspect of my life, I do all I can to live as if I don’t have it. I am happiest when life is cruising along with little to no reminder […]

Lori Klocek, Farm with sunflowers

LORI’S STORY

I have been always been aware of the importance of health, of eating healthy foods, and of exercise. I would read the latest health news β€” that fat is bad, that fat is good, that we should all get more whole grains, that pasta is a no no, and on […]

Lamb bone and onion ingredients for Bone Broth

HOMEMADE BONE BROTH

This is a staple in our house. We use it every morning as the base for our Vegetable Breakfast Soup and for any recipe that needs broth or stock. For bone broth, there are many recipes out there, with many different techniques; you can bake the bones first, you can […]