This week’s posting in Kitchen Nutrition with Recipes is somewhat a continuation of last week’s article: Chill Out with Raw Foods, because the recipes in Thyme on My Hands require no cooking, as well.
Before proceeding further with any more postings, I decided to make an index, so that in the future, new readers as well as early blog readers can find a topic or recipe with ease. Thanks to my helper Dorothy for scanning all the archives for the recipes.
Also, Barb Jarmoska’s profile, as well as future postings in Profiles, will probably stay on the site for one month, so that new readers will have time to read it, and I will have time to research a new woman to profile. If there is someone you think should be in this category, please send her name and any other pertinent information to contact her. Remember, this category is for Women of Power, Women of Strength, with power in the positive sense of making a difference in her life and the lives of others.
So, for this week, click on Kitchen Nutrition, Feedback, Health Flashes, and Peek 2 Pique for new postings.
Finally,on the advice of one or two readers, I am looking into a program that will review each recipe for fat, protein, carb, and calorie content. This may take awhile, but when I find a good one, I will eventually apply it to all the recipes.
My website/blog is always a work in progress. Your ideas and suggestions are not taken as criticism, but rather as good will ideas to make the site better and better. So thank you to everyone who responds and I may put some of those responses in Feedback, with your permission.
I hope you will find the “time” to check out this week’s Thyme on My Hands and enjoy one of the recipes. I just had the chilled cucumber soup and thyme salad again yesterday and they taste like summer!