Be Happy

Be Happy No Matter What

It’s a choice to Be Happy No Matter What! This past summer we made an effort to discuss how to choose happiness. It’s an attitude and it’s a reflection of our gut. Most of these precious kids want to be with their mom or dad, but they are also afraid of their mom or dad. […]

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Managing Anger

Managing Anger is important Life is never really fair. After babysitting, raising our children, fostering several children, and now working with orphans and children in foster group homes; managing anger is something we need to deal with regularly. In my experience over the last 20 years, it’s the food and the attitude that help us […]

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Liver and onions riboflavins

Riboflavins; Best Source is Organ Meat to Boost Immune

Riboflavins and Organ Meat It’s a real effort to get enough natural riboflavins (Vitamin B2) and Vitamin A into our diet. To get enough of these vitamins, an unrealistic amount of food must be consumed; unless you eat organ meat. “Eeeeewwww” is an instant afterthought. I’m certainly not writing a popular post, but I do want […]

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Mario's Liver and Onions

Edible Liver and Onions for a Nutritious Boost

Liver and Onions When we added Liver and Onions to the menu for the Foster Group Home, I really didn’t think it would work. However, the House Cook is from Haiti and his recipe is the best I’ve ever had. Nothing is measured so you will have to play with it a bit. This is […]

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Food Strawberries at the Home

Food, Foster Kids, and Flagitious Facts

Food One of the girls is dealing with depression at the orphanage, so I asked permission to bring her into the kitchen to help me prep the food. Making beautiful, delicious, and nutrient-dense food can be therapeutic. Today, we are making Strawberry Salad. The kids love strawberries so anticipation is growing! However, this week one of […]

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Food to Boost Immune. Diabetes gone!

Using Food to Boost Immune

Food Will Boost Immune I use to want epic things to happen, but now I’m learning to appreciate the wonder of each ordinary day. Through each experience I’ve had as a wife, a mom, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and a volunteer with orphans; my most significant tools are love and food. These two can change […]

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Kids Without a Parent Need Real Food

Kids Deserve Good Food Life is full of unexpected gifts. It is tough, and passion work is certainly not easy. But these kids without a parent inspire me to persevere. There are beautiful things happening at Real Food Recovery. Yes, we sell my to afford our efforts, but only bits of information, recipes and taste […]

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Greens and Sauces School Bash

School Bash with Good Food

School Bash with Good Food! Every year, folks bring pizza to drop off before school starts at the orphanage. It’s really kind, but I want a “Going Back to School Bash” with real pizzazz! As my weekday approached to visit the Orphanage, I grew excited since Real Food Recovery is providing this year’s “Before School Bash”. […]

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