Food Phases

by HEAB on April 6, 2011

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, then you know I go through different phases with my food. There was the Why Do I Have Teeth phase when I blended everything I ate – think blended grains and puddings. There was the Veggies In My Oat Bran phase (trying to forget that one myself). There was the Pancake Phase where I would have pancakes for breakfast everyday of the week. Let’s see, what else? Oh, how about the I Want To Put Mustard In & On everything phase? Yeah, that was a good one. Anyway, I’m now in a cornbread phase. I like to visit this phase often and usually make 2 or 3 batches of cornbread, then take a break, and then see it again on Polly’s blog and realize I need to make more. I cornbread.

I have a new favorite recipe. It’s super easy, and I highly recommend it if you prefer your cornbread crumbly. I finished off the last of it today for breakfast…


Cornbread with HEABified Coconut milk, topped with  North Shore Goodies Coconut PB and cinnamon.

Speaking of Polly, that’s the winning name I’ve chosen for Summer’s new friend (PEAB came in a close 2nd!). I love Polly as she brings much joy and sunshine into my life, and so I think naming the bright yellow platypus after her seems appropriate.


She looks like a Polly, don’t you think? :)

Several of you mentioned Polly, but the first one to do so was Marie. Marie, I will email you for your address.

Many thanks to all of you who visited Katie’s Bake Sale yesterday, and I wanted to let you know about another fundraiser for Japan. If you get a chance, please check out The Blogging for a Change Donation Rally. People who visit the site can enter for a chance to win awesome prizes donated by companies and celebrities, such as Hungry Girl, Polar, New Balance and Larabar. You don’t even have to donate to enter to win, and 100% of of proceeds will go straight to the Red Cross to help Japan rebuild. The Rally began yesterday and goes for a week. Many thanks to Annabel, Elisabeth, Jen, and Jasmine for all the effort they have put into this worthy cause.