Monthly Archives: April 2014

4 Things I Learned in April

1. Beets are crunchy when they’re raw. I love the Cartwheel Salad at Stonefire Grill: the colors, the tastes, the textures. It’s got a mix of garbanzo beans, olives, beets, and other good stuff, topped with a yummy cilantro vinaigrette. I assumed the small lego-blocked beets came soft and sweet, that you would just slice open the […]

Boy, was my face BEET red

I cooked a beet! Three, in fact. Boiled them, rubbed their skins off, and pureed them. I’m starting to think claims of staining may be exaggerated, though I washed my hands often and was extra careful not to let juice get on my clothes. Here are two ways I used them in recipes, 1) Chocolate Beet Brownies – Recipe […]

This is going to be silly, think amateur-stick-figure-drawing on Xanga silly. What should I name my fish? Hope this brings you as much amusement as it did for me today! 😛

It only makes sense for a God to save us to be more like him because when it’s only up to me, why.. the best “me” possible I can conceive couldn’t compare. Why would a god cause me to be more like myself (the one I envision), and not himself – that is no god […]

“The trouble with fear is it tells you things will always be the way they are now.” – Emily Freeman “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” asked Jesus. (Matthew 14:31) “Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to […]