Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
~ Robert Brault
If we really are what we eat, then I might very well be just this. The most simple & obvious pairing that seems almost too simple to share, but to me, this most classic combo easily represents the very best in food (and in life) summed up in just two ingredients. After all, isn’t this precisely what we want from our food, and really, in so many ways….our lives? I know it is for me. Continue reading →
I’ve long wanted to feature a recipe with tempeh on the blog, so I’ve simply got to say this is surely overdue. The truth is, even as long-term (my whole life) vegetarian (zero meat or fish – ever), the truth is, I’m not really a huge fan of soy. Growing up, tofu was a regular feature on my mom’s vegetarian dinner table, and we kids never passed it up with her deliciously fried medium tofu cubes that tasted amazing cooked up in plenty of soy sauce and then dunked in ketchup to seal the deal. Ah, the good old days. But I digress. Continue reading →
Sometimes your only available transportation is a leap of faith.
~ Margaret Shepard
When it comes to faith, it is without a doubt the one thing in life I think we ought to never leave the house without heaps of. Believing is next to breathing in my opinion, and I’ve yet to see a disastrous face plant after any scary leap I’ve ever taken (and hey, that’s what friends are for, to pick you up, right?). Continue reading →
At this time of year, there are a number of things you can always bet will be on hand in this house. Two of our favorite fruits, which happen to just go beautifully together, exist in droves as their seasons collide together from their respective countries of origin. Continue reading →
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.
Think you can’t make sushi? Think again, because you most definitely can! Actually, as with most things, you just might surprise yourself at just how easy (and fun) this process is. Enjoying this highly tasty and nutritious way to eat your veggies & brown rice at home is as easy as it is satisfying. You can use any vegetables, but here, we keep it simple as can be with carrots & cucumbers. Continue reading →
Welcome! What is In Pursuit Of More? The blog about living with (just a little) less. By going without, we can gain - by giving to those who have less. Want to make a change in your eating habits for the better? Imagine how you can turn that into something positive for those who would otherwise go hungry. Go without so others don't have to. That's living with (just a little) less.