Author Archives: Arlene Hittle
Hi, Chicklets! Arlene here. I’ve been battling a stomach thing this week, so absolutely nothing has been going on in my kitchen that doesn’t involve popping the lids off cans of Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup and tearing into sleeve after … Continue reading
When I hear “Kale Week,” the first thing that pops into my mind is “Hell Week.” I bet Mary would agree. I mean really … What is kale good for, besides decorating salad bars?
No, really. Don’t click away. I’m just trying to get everyone ready for the fun we have in store next week by focusing on a much-maligned veggie. You’ll lean why soon enough. I’m taking a stay-cation this week, which gives me … Continue reading
You might think I’m crazy, but I’ve started doing … er … strange things with cottage cheese. No, I’m not taking it on walks like the family pet, or smearing it on my face in place of moisturizer. Even I … Continue reading
Save your enthusiastic congratulations, chicklets. There’s no wedding in my immediate future. The post’s title merely refers to what I’ve been eating — or more to the point, what I haven’t been eating.
Anyone else have the refrain of a Salt N Pepa song echoing through their head now? No? Just me? Okay, then. Let’s get down to business.
Perhaps this post should be titled “I’m becoming my father.” Not my mother, my father. Dad was the health nut of the family, you see. He bought us Earth Shoes, insisting they promoted a more natural way of walking. He … Continue reading
Let me go on the record now: I love meat. After years of low-carb eating — with all the steaks, bacon and chicken I wanted to handle — I could never be a vegetarian. That being said, now that I’m … Continue reading