Month: January 2013

Coconut Chicken and Flax Waffles

Coconut Chicken and Flax Waffles

Chicken and Waffles, what more can one say? This extraordinarily delicious hearty dish comes from the American Soul food tradition that developed in the Deep South. The exact origin of this dish is unknown and there are several theories on the creation of this insanely 

The Ultimate Lamb Burger

The Ultimate Lamb Burger

The Hamburger. This delightful sandwich has landed itself into quite the historical debate about its origin. In 1900, it was recognized that “Louis’ Lunch” sold the first hamburger in the United States specifically New Haven, Connecticut . But various claims of creating America’s first burger 

Scooby Snacks

Scooby Snacks

Cannabis in the right doses is very therapeutic for dogs as it can help battle cancer, siezures, joint damage, anxiety, arthritis, and a multitude of other things. Yes, some vets have had cases where there have been cases where seizures, coma, neurological depression, and dehydration 

Vegan NYC Blue Fruit and Nut Chocolate Hemp Bars

Vegan NYC Blue Fruit and Nut Chocolate Hemp Bars

There is a long list of fruit bars, granola bars, fruit and nut bars, and every kind of heath bar that you can imagine flooding your local natural food market. Most have preservatives to keep them fresh and most unfortunately don’t use the best protein 

Zero Waste: Vegan Gluten-Free Alaskan Ice Elderberry Syrup Elixir

Zero Waste: Vegan Gluten-Free Alaskan Ice Elderberry Syrup Elixir

Sambucus Nigra, or Black Elderberry is a plant out of the honeysuckle family native to Europe. This plant can be found in other parts of the world such as Africa, Asia, and North America. Dating back to the time of Hippocrates, it has been used