Author Archives: Jules

Wildlife Rescue ~ Another Passion

It’s been a couple of busy months since my first wildlife rescue class, then straight to full fledged grabbing pelicans by the beaks, running like a gazelle netting turkey vultures, snaring sandhill cranes with a open reel fishing pole and … Continue reading

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Mango Pineapple Salsa

Mango pineapple salsa has to be the most wonderful side dish in the world, and it’s mango season again!  You can scoop it with chips, spread it on corn tortillas, it compliments fish, pork, poultry and shrimp, or you can … Continue reading

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Organic Black Quinoa for Breakfast

Quinoa pronounced “KEEN-wah” is a modern day staple for salads, cookies, and side dishes with most health conscious flavorista’s and has been for quite a few years {5000-7000 to be somewhat exact!}  I think of it as the couscous cult from … Continue reading

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Thai Spice Garden Shrimp Curry

The farmers markets in South West Florida have a rather large selection of local organic produce this time of year.  My zucchini, lemon cucumbers, spinach & heirloom tomatoes didn’t weather the frost or fungus again this winter.  It seems to … Continue reading

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My White Trash Love Treats

Not just for St. Valentines Day these are everyday white trash love treats in my book!  I just happened to pick up a bag of Campfire Roasters Marshmallows that were in the shape of hearts {1/2 off} the day after … Continue reading

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Favorite Signature Lunch

Even though its winter, the organic herbs are growing like weeds.  I even feel guilty if I don’t use them every day.  My tomatoes on the other hand are not thriving as well, so I still need to pick them … Continue reading

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Personal Pizza Obsession

Personal pizzas must be one of the best inventions ever, {thank you Pizza Hut} you never overeat therefor, you don’t feel like you sinfully indulged with something you shouldn’t have! {eating a half pie} Personals are perfect for lunch and … Continue reading

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Basic and Gourmet Healthy Hummus

Hummus is a staple in the refrigerator at our house.  It can be adjusted so many ways to fit your taste pallet.  Italian, with cannellini beans, sun dried tomato, basil, oregano, garlic & pine nuts.  Thai, with scallions, chili flakes, … Continue reading

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Apple Dumplings

I use to make individual serving apple dumplings years ago, selling them for $5.00 a dozen.  The dumpling was made by scratch rolled out, sch-lacked with egg wash bath & raw sugar.  I’m over my rolling pin (unless it’s rolling … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Fluff

It’s that time of year again, pumpkin fluff is in the house!  Even if you don’t like pumpkin, you will love this light, delightful fluffy bowl of whip you can dip with ginger snaps, apples, graham crackers, salty pretzels, even … Continue reading

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