Review: Dave’s Killer Bread Good Seed Thin Sliced

Recently discovered Dave’s Killer Bread while shopping at Sprouts and I’m glad I did. I’ve tried multiple versions so far but the Good Seed Thin Sliced is probably my favorite. It’s filled with goodness – organic ingredients, lots of seeds, and no fillers. It tastes so good even my 3 yr old likes it (which…

Review: Whole Foods Organic Bananas

Although it’s not always the case in the battle or organic vs conventional, I have to say that in this example you really can taste the difference. These organic bananas from Whole Foods are far superior to conventional bananas I’m used to from my normal supermarket (Publix). The WF ones taste like bananas used to…

Review: Sprouts Sea Salt Dark Chocolate

‘ I’ve become a fan of dark chocolate in my later years and as a result I’ve sampled a lot of brands over the years. When Sprouts recently opened in the area I naturally wanted to try a few of theirs. I generally eat 3 squares of chocolate (1/4 of bar) a day and after…

Review: mezzatta pizza sauce

We’ve been cooking a lot of homemade pizzas lately on our Kamado Joe and as a result we’ve also been trying of a lot of pizza sauces. Of the 10+ we’ve sampled to date, so far Mezzettas is our favorite. The flavor of the plum tomatoes really makes a difference u can taste in the…

How to delete your wordpress.com site (quick tips)

Want to delete an old wordpress.com site?  Here’s the quick and easy process to do so from WordPress.com Support Page Step 1 – Visit your site’s settings page by clicking on My Site(s) and then Settings Step 2 – Scroll to the bottom of the Settings page, and select Delete Site Note that site deletions are permanent! Reference: https://en.support.wordpress.com/delete-site/  

On Change – Rumi

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” Rumi Wisdom can come from many sources — if you’re not yet familiar with the Persian poet Rumi who lived in the 1200’s, perhaps now is the time to look further into his work. This…