September 2007

Recipe Index

September 9, 2007

I love to be in the kitchen, it may well be my favorite room in the house. Here are some of my recipes from past posts. I do cook gluten free, but most of these recipes can easily be adapted with regular flour.

Breakfast and baked goods
Cranberry butter
Apple Cinnamon Scones
Apple and Pear Breakfast Custard
Slow Cooker Apple Butter
Apple Zucchini Muffins
Chocolate Almond Rice Pudding (ok, this is not really breakfast, but I eat it then :))
Gluten Free Protein Oatmeal

Cookies, cakes and pies
Oatmeal, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies
Pretzel Pie
Applesauce Birthday Cake and Homemade Chunky Applesauce
Peaches, Milk and Honey Cake
Fresh Berry Pizza
Cornbread Cake
Pumpkin Harvest
Lemon, Honey and Ricotta Tea Cake

Holiday coffee blend
Holiday Hot Chocolate
Thai Lemonade
Green Smoothie

Herbed Chicken Stew
Chicken Soup

Cream of Broccoli and Chicken Casserole
Summer Salmon Salad
Brie, Apple and Fig Panini
Mushroom Thyme Polenta

Garlic Infused Oil


About Me

September 9, 2007

I am Heather and I am mama to two active boys, Jacob and Elwood. My husband and I raise our family on the Front Range of Northern Colorado, where we spend as much time as possible out of doors.

We are a homeschooling family looking to simplify our lives, while working together to create a life that fulfills us all. We home school in the Waldorf tradition, and it has been a fun journey of learning side-by-side one another

I have had the crazy luck to spend my life as a doula, yoga therapist and artist. I am not sure that life could get much better than that.

I love spiders and kale, climbing large mountains, talking anyone’s ear off, making a total mess of my kitchen, and skipping with my kiddos when no one is looking.

I began this blog in 2007 to document the growing lives of my family, and the projects that we enjoy together. It has grown into a space where I love sharing my creative world, and the community that inspires and moves me.

I co-edit the online family magazine, Rhythm of the Home, with my dear friend Bernadette. The magazine focuses on the seasonal rhythms of the Waldorf and Montessori philosophies, and it is our goal to bring this wonderful community of artists, educators, writers, photographers and parents together to share ideas, projects, recipes and traditions that help to enhance each of the seasons.

Thanks for stopping in, and I hope that you enjoy