Ah, Brussels sprouts. Reviled by so many for so long…including me. I distinctly remember my youth and the sulphuric smell permeating through the house, almost overtaking the wonderful turkey aromas I so looked forward to. Fast forward to present day where now it seems savvy restaurants, cooking shows and cookbooks (like ours!) are doing their part to bring this brassica back into favor with everyone. No, hell hath not frozen over (though my love for the Brussels sprouts might have fooled(more)
The grand opening of the Reno Natural Grocers was amazing. It would have been a ton more fun had I been able to share the experience with my lovely family…but our trip got a little sidetracked when Scott was diagnosed with a nasty bronchial virus less than 24 hours before we were set to depart on the trip. Julie thought it best not to infect an entire aircraft with his virus, or any of the Wolfoletti-Welbourn clans, so she reluctantly stayed(more)
As Jules mentioned in a previous post, things have been a bit nuts in the Paleo Comfort Foods home as of late. I’ll let her get that update to you kind folks. Needless to say, it might take a few posts to get all the recent activity a proper explanation.
Amidst all the craziness of late, we have managed to nail down a trip to Reno Nevada in a few short weeks to host the grand opening of the Natural Grocers(more)
I know I know… you all were thinking where in the world have Julie and Charles been? Let’s just say we’ve had a lot going on. Will fill you in on all of that at a later post. For now, let’s just get back to our regularly scheduled programming! and to do just that, let us introduce you to Cindy Sexton!
We first met Cindy and Dustin Sexton at the first Ancestral Health Symposium in Los Angeles. For some reason, we found ourselves hanging(more)