I'm a mother of three young boys doing my best to parent mindfully and an intellectual property attorney (www.annietunheim.com) forging a career path that is fulfilling instead of merely time-consuming. I write about our joys, struggles and hopes. And because I need some pathetic substitute for my boys' nonexistent baby albums. Follow us as we embark on a year-long adventure in Australia in December 2011......more
"The Adventures of KitchenGirl" is my personal cooking and food photgraphy website. Here I post recipes, foodie related information, and pictures of my most recent "Kitchen Adventures." I am a mom of 3 children and work as a medical transcriptionist from home. I enjoy cooking immensely and love sharing with other foodies.
MJ is a Registered Dietitian to be who loves to cook delicious and nourishing meals and feed her Hungryman, her fearlessly honest sidekick. MJ shares recipes as well as her journey in pursuing her passion and the Hungryman writes about local eateries in Austin, TX....more
Hot on the trail of two 7-year-old monsters (boy/girl twins) born to two mommies, living across two households, with two dogs, and already too much drama who tend to move around way too much for everyone's good.
I am going vegan--well, almost. I am looking to improve my health mainly, but the ethical and environmental concerns are a big plus. This blog is my place to figure out what I am doing, what works for me and what doesn't work so that I can stay on the right path.
I've been a lover of food from very early on - eating it, that is. My food story begins in Chicago, where my dad owned a pizza restaurant. My family is a family of eaters. Nothing fancy, mostly, but my folks taught me how to appreciate a good steak (medium rare), a homemade dessert, and the unbreakable connection between food and holidays. Admittedly, I was not the most highbrow diner, and I was an extremely picky eater. And cooking? Not so much....more
I am the mother of a pre-teen with ADHD and an infant/soon-to-be toddler. I write about parenting both of these children in very different stages of their lives as well as cloth diapering, breastfeeding, babywearing, cooking, and reviews...more
A recent graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, I found myself with no money, no kitchen equipment, and an exceptionally huge appetite. Ideas, improvisations, and yummy meal solutions were discovered in the kitchen of my very first apartment.