Hung Over? Try This.

Hey, it happens! Life is a party, and we sometimes pay the price the next day. From stomaches to mind-splitting headaches, hangovers are no fun. We at the Carrot Campaign are not here to tell you how to live your life or to eat only rabbit food. Instead, we’d prefer Read more…

The Power of Pumpkin

Halloween may be over, but there are still many uses for the vibrant, powerful pumpkin. One of my favorite fruits, not only for cooking but for its beautiful aesthetic. Pumpkin or other related squash are available fresh in some varietal form at most places, but a good quality organic canned Read more…

Spiked Apple Pie

Warm soft pillows of orchard picked nature sweetness; wrapped up in cinnamon- brown sugar, grass-fed buttery flaky crust and a splash of fun? Look no further than my Spiked Apple Pie recipe, my favorite bake to make. You Will Need 4 large apples      at least 3 different varietals to alternate Read more…

The Wild Berry Hunt

In early September, I had the opportunity to join a film group on a wild berry picking tour in upstate New York, in the Hudson River Valley. It was my first time that far upstate, an extra motivation to sign up for a Saturday day trip starting at 7 A.M. Read more…

Coconut Chia Pudding

Super simple to prepare, full of flavor and nutrients. Based originally in Central America, chia seeds come from the Salvia hispanica plant, a relative to the mint family. Nearly as tiny as a poppy seed, chia though is PACKED full of nutrients. Most commonly known as those adorable green sprouts Read more…