January 17, 2010

13 Responses

  1. This is fabulous Lisa! I've got to go to work but I'm SO TEMPTED to stay home and make a clementine candle instead!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I love the concept of your blog! It IS great!

  3. Crystal says:

    Wow- this soup and pie.. Man, this tuff just looks amazing!! I really want to make this pie.. But I'm a sucker for fruit. What a wonderful idea to used dried bananas instead of dates- Definitely cheaper- and the most natural combo with Strawberries!

  4. Cindy says:

    oh my goodness I can't wait for Saturday now!

    your raw menu's are the highlight of my week. I actually am having my leftover soup for lunch today and some of the pesto pasta later on too.

    thank you

    WOW that strawberry pie looks amazing (and the mushroom soup too)

    I really love having one full raw day a week. (and leftovers)

  5. bitt of raw says:

    It all looks really good. 4 clementines–you can never have just one!

    Thanks for the shout out about the crackers. I'd love to try your recipe.

    I am actually tempted to see how much one of my usual daily meals costs. Thanks for defying myth that good food has to be expensive.

  6. Diana says:

    Mmm, brilliant! You've got a great knack for making raw affordable. Similar to you, I found a huge bag of grapefruits for $4 today, so that's a week's worth of breakfast right there!

  7. Nikki says:

    Yum! So many things I want to try from this post. Especially the fruit crisp, mushroom soup, and crackers. Thank you!

  8. Tess says:

    I love your blog. It's almost hard for me to look at because I want to make EVERYTHING you put up!

  9. I agree with everyone your blog is so cool and everything looks so delicious. Clementines are my favorite and you can get some sweet deals on them because they are in season.

  10. Damon says:

    Bravo! Beautiful blog… I do tire of hearing that raw "sounds so expensive". It only seems to get expensive as we try to recreate those old cooked favorites all the time. Thank you for today's inspiration to stay out of the box!

  11. shannonmarie says:

    I can't believe I haven't been on your site. I love the set up with the menus. I gotta put you on my list 🙂

  12. Anonymous says:

    Is the produce organic? Those prices seem reallly low.

  13. anon, no, i don't specifically use organic produce for the purposes of this blog (some things are organic, some not) … i live in a rural area in the midwest and shop at the one grocery in town … i stay on the good side of the produce mananager, who is more than happy to say when things will be on sale … so, i get "overripe" bananas for 30 cents a lb, for example, or greens or tomatoes for a bit less than the regular price … yes, if i shopped at something like a whole foods or insisted on all organic all the time, it would be more expensive …