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January 23, 2011 I am one of those people who love sweet treats.  Of course, my sweet treats are free of refined sugars, preservatives, food colorings, gluten, and are never heated.  I appreciate a sweet something everyday and I really enjoy creating them.  I’ve been extremely busy making pies lately.  I’m going to share a […]

Catching up!

January 23, 2011 Aloha Friends!  Though Goldielock’s blog has not been extremely active, there has been no lack of action in the kitchen.  I’ve been moving around for the last 4 months and am now catching you all up to date with photographs of new creations.  I’m back in Hawaii with an appreciation for life, […]

The Chia Seed

January 18, 2010 Most of us have heard the word chia before, whether it was in the food industry recently or years ago referring to a fuzzy, green “pet”. The chia seed has been a prominent seed in my life for a few years now.  I have been making chia porridge in the mornings for […]

A Figgy Surprise!!

August 16, 2010 I am infinitely amazed at how diverse the planet is.  There is so much local abundance being produced in all different climates, soils, weather, and environments!  I was born and raised in the historic, beach town of St. Augustine, FL.  Growing up as a Floridian, I was blessed with a never ending […]

Zucchini magic!!

August 31, 2010 The magic zucchini!  Zucchini can be used in a variety of ways in the raw food world.  Zucchini can be used in dehydrated breads and crackers to make them more durable and pliable.  Zucchini can be used in exchange for chickpeas to create a tasty raw hummus.  Zucchini is used in raw […]

Dinner w/ the Ladies

July 19, 2010 As a traveling yoga instructor and raw food chef, I take on a lot of random house sitting/pet sitting gigs.  I love it!  It gives me an opportunity to experience new places and new animals constantly. My dear friend and one of my very first yoga teachers, Kate Mitchell, has always offered […]

Wrappin it up!

July 19, 2010 One thing that is eliminated when one chooses to take on a raw food diet is bread.  By bread, I mean baked bread, toast, wraps, muffins, bagels, and so on.  Anything that is made with processed flours and cooked.  I should quickly clarify that as a raw foodist or someone who eats […]

In da kitchen in San Diego!

June 24, 2010 One of my favorite things about traveling is checking out what is local!  Hanging out in California always gives me a burst of raw food energy!  Every health food store has an abundance of locally made raw treats such as cookies, cheeses, crackers, chips, breads, drink elixirs and much more! A few […]

Ode to the Salad!

June 24, 2010 There are endless possibilities when it comes to creating a salad.  Should I use kale, lettuce, mixed greens, or spinach?  Should I make a vinaigrette or a creamy dressing? Is it going to be an Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Asian, or American themed salad? Is it a green salad, a grain salad, a […]