Stewardship: Earth, Body, & Community

According to Wikipedia.org : "Stewardship is an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources. The concepts of stewardship can be applied to the environment and nature,[1][2] economics,[3][4] health,[5] property,[6] information,[7] theology,[8] etc." A steward is someone who looks after, has responsibility, accountability, and care for the property of others.  A steward is you.  We are each stewards of our planet, our community, or finances, health, the information we pass along, our spiritual life, in our workplaces and more.   We think it is ours, but we are all connected. In America Stewardship is in direct conflict with our culture, yet people value it leading

The Menu

This week's menu for the week of April 15 By: Purple Carrot - #meatlessmonday Mexican Socca Pizza with Tomatillo Salsa and Chipotle Corn 30 Minutes Serves 2 Easy to Moderate #Vegan #Glutenfree This is a skillet pizza with a chickpea flour base -No, don't wrinkle your nose, it's really good!. This meal is gluten free and packed with protein! Give it a whirl for #meatlessmonday. By: Pampered Chef Pampered Chef - Lemon Pasta Chicken Toss 30 Minutes Serves 6 Easy I really do like Pampered Chef recipes, they are easy and always look like you worked much harder than you did.  This recipe is no different.  It was a quick and easy but still tasty meal. This calls for pre-made Alfredo, but you coul

Your Weekly Menu

Let me do the research for you and you make yummy meals! BBQ Rice and Veggie Bowl #Meatlessmonday First start the rice of your choice - follow directions on package. I highly recommend using the Instantpot or electric pressure cooker to save time. While Rice cooks, prepare the veggies 1 Tbsp olive oil 1 cup corn 1 zucchini large diced 1 poblano pepper finely chopped ½ -1  jalapeno pepper, diced ¼ cup Red onion, diced Cilantro 1 Tbsp Lime juice Salt and pepper Heat the olive oil and add peppers, red onion zucchini and corn and cook until lightly toasted in areas and heated through.  Add lime juice, salt and pepper and cilantro and toss through. Chipotle BBQ Sauce 1 cup ketchup 1 tbsp mustard

Your Weekly Menu

Let me do the research for you and you make yummy meals! BBQ Rice and Veggie Bowl #Meatlessmonday First start the rice of your choice – follow directions on package. I highly recommend using the Instantpot or electric pressure cooker to save time. While Rice cooks, prepare the veggies 1 Tbsp olive oil 1 cup corn 1 zucchini large diced 1 poblano pepper finely chopped ½ -1 jalapeno pepper, diced ¼ cup Red onion, diced Cilantro 1 Tbsp Lime juice Salt and pepper Heat the olive oil and add peppers, red onion zucchini and corn and cook until lightly toasted in areas and heated through. Add lime juice, salt and pepper and cilantro and toss through. Chipotle BBQ Sauce 1 cup ketchup 1 tbsp mustard

Broccoli - What's in it for me?

Did you know Broccoli is a Superhero? Broccoli is an amazing superhero of superfoods filled with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients with only a small amount of calories per serving!  You should definitely eat your broccoli!   Broccoli retains the most nutritional value when eaten raw, but if you don't care for it raw you can lightly steam it and retain much of the goodness! Trivia Did you know that Thomas Jefferson planted Broccoli at Monticello in as early as 1767? The word broccoli comes from the Italian "broccolo" meaning "The flowering crest of cabbage". Broccoli was popular in Italy as far back as the 6th century, but was slow reaching the rest of the world. Broccoli is a good source

Broccoli – What’s in it for me?

Did you know Broccoli is a Superhero? Broccoli is an amazing superhero of superfoods filled with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients with only a small amount of calories per serving! You should definitely eat your broccoli! Broccoli retains the most nutritional value when eaten raw, but if you don’t care for it raw you can lightly steam it and retain much of the goodness! Trivia Did you know that Thomas Jefferson planted Broccoli at Monticello in as early as 1767? The word broccoli comes from the Italian “broccolo” meaning “The flowering crest of cabbage”. Broccoli was popular in Italy as far back as the 6th century, but was slow reaching the rest of the world. Broccoli is a good source

Olive Oil - What's in it for Me?

Olive Oil Olive oil has been used for thousands of years and is at  the heart of the well researched Mediterranean Diet, which is a heart healthy, longe life way of eating.  Though olive oil contains almost no vitamins or minerals it is still considered beneficial due to the tremendous amount of health benefits.  Olive is a mono-unsaturated fat, an Omega-6 fat, and though beneficial keep in mind it is calorically dense and should be used in moderation. Olive oil is what we call a "right fat", if you aren't using olive oil it might be time for an oil change! Trivia The oldest Olive tree in the world is over 5000 years old and still produces fruit, it is on the island of Crete The average life

Olive Oil – What’s in it for Me?

Olive Oil Olive oil has been used for thousands of years and is at the heart of the well researched Mediterranean Diet, which is a heart healthy, longe life way of eating. Though olive oil contains almost no vitamins or minerals it is still considered beneficial due to the tremendous amount of health benefits. Olive is a mono-unsaturated fat, an Omega-6 fat, and though beneficial keep in mind it is calorically dense and should be used in moderation. Olive oil is what we call a “right fat”, if you aren’t using olive oil it might be time for an oil change! Trivia The oldest Olive tree in the world is over 5000 years old and still produces fruit, it is on the island of Crete The average life

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