Superbowl Recipes!

We aren’t going to be very social this year, since we have a little bundle whose iron-clad bedtime coincides with kickoff, but I couldn’t resist pulling out some of my favorite recipes for Super Bowl Sunday to share with you all. I always aim for crowd-pleasers that folks can fill up on, have fun eating,… Continue reading Superbowl Recipes!

Baby · Recipes

Labor-inducing pizza

In honor of my sister-in-law and cousin, who both had babies this week (hi little Keon and Cedric!), I’m re-posting the homemade pizza recipe that I just had to make the night before I ended up having Georgia, prompting one of my good friends to dub this dish “labor-inducing pizza.”  Here’s the original recipe from… Continue reading Labor-inducing pizza


Shortcut Chili

Talk about easy! This is like “cheater chili” because it has so few ingredients and doesn’t have to cook for very long. You can use real beef or vegetarian meat crumbles. (I like MorningStar Farms vegetarian meat substitute). Shortcut Chili INGREDIENTS 1lb (approx.) lean ground beef or vegetarian crumbles 2 tsp chili powder 1 16-oz… Continue reading Shortcut Chili


Cat Meets Baby

I’ve got nothing going on for recipes this week, so instead I am sharing with you this adorable (IMHO) video of Tasha, our cat, meeting Georgia, our soon-to-be-5-month-old, who has just recently discovered that we have a pet and that she is SOFT and MISCHIEVOUS and (for now) amenable to being touched.


Bowties with Ham, Peas & Ricotta

I threw this together to use up the leftovers from our Christmas spiral ham. Any time you have leftover ham, just pick up a box of farfalle (aka bowtie) pasta, a bag of frozen peas and ricotta, and you’ve got a meal. BOWTIE PASTA WITH HAM, PEAS & RICOTTA Ingredients Leftover spiral ham slices, cut… Continue reading Bowties with Ham, Peas & Ricotta

Holidays · Recipes

2013 In Review

The stats monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for OrganicGlory! The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 30,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. What… Continue reading 2013 In Review