How to Cut a Pineapple

Even though pineapple is available all year-long, the sweet and tart fruit is in its prime from March-July (right now to be exact ;) ). Carving this seemingly bulletproof fruit can be quite intimating at first, but once you get it down, you’ll never go back to the canned stuff again. Not to mention, saving your retirement fund from the pre-cut fruit prices-- it’s highway robbery I tell ya!...more

Orange Pomegranate Salad

Project 50: Try a New Fruit

Time to cross off a Project 50-Eat a New Fruit!What better place to find a new fruit (to me) than the iconic Jungle Jim’s in Fairfield, Ohio! We always make a Jungle Jim's  stop on our way home from the Cincinnati Wine Festival. (more)...more

New Years Resolution - Healthy Pitaya Bowl

Happy New Year everyone (again)!  We know a lot of you probably made a New Year’s resolution to get healthier by exercising more and eating right. We figured we’d post a recipe we actually made a while back but is perfect to help you keep to your resolution. ENJOY and happy eating :)- WhitneyHEALTHY PITAYA BOWL...more

Local Farmer's Market

Fruit Popsicles

 Healthy, refreshing and colorful fresh fruit popsicles, with strawberries, kiwi, peach and blueberries. Super easy to make and it is the best snack for summer that everyone will love it!...more

Individual Pavlova Dessert Recipe

A pavlova is a beautiful dessert and makes quite an impression when brought to the table, but honestly, as soon as you cut one serving out of it, the beauty tends to fade quite quickly.  I enjoy presenting individual pavlovas to guests on a pretty plate, they can dig in, or they can just admire how pretty they are. ...more

3 Summer Homemade Frozen Yogurt Popsicle recipes

***Happy 4th of July to all!!!***...more

4th of July Fruit Skewers

“Where liberty dwells, there is my country.” — Benjamin Franklin...more

How to Store Fresh Fruit

The toughest thing about fresh fruit is keeping it fresh. Making a mixed fruit bowl to eat for breakfast on a summer morning is a favorite of mine, but keeping it around the house is a delicate balance. If you leave it on the counter for too long, you end up with the nightmare that is a fruit fly infestation....more