Feeling Peckish?

The life of a never-starving artist

Super quick, ultra healthy and deliciously bright mint and lime green smoothie. Try it out mixing and matching your favourite greens. Recipe Below. SUBSCRIBE… if it cracks your nut Snap Chat: feelingpeckish Twitter: https://twitter.com/feelingpeckish_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jn.feelingpeckish Instagram: http://instagram.com/julienolke/ Wordpress: https://shesfeelingpeckish.com/ Ingredients: A handful of Spinach 1/2 cup of cubed honeydew 6 Mint leaves 1/2 cup …

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Why vegan? because it’s tastes amazing and doesn’t leave you feeling gross and heavy. The blend of coconut whipped cream and fresh lime curd is an absolute dream. Perfect regardless of whether you eat animals or don’t. Recipe is below! music: Wore It Well – Tara Kannangara & Colin Story buy their EP at http://www.tarakannangara.com/sounds/

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Ever seen the movie Being John Malkovich? It’s exactly what it sounds like- a movie about a portal that leads to becoming the famous actor John Malkovich. This however is Being Julie Nolke. It’s a day into my head (you’re welcome) along with a recipe of which I think pairs perfectly. Both videos are linked here. …

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Finally all the hard work has (somewhat) paid off on my little garden! After all the squirrels I fought off and bum seeds that wouldn’t germinate, I now have a little something to show for myself. It isn’t much, I realize, but for my first garden I’d say I’m a pretty proud mama.   I had …

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-EVERYONE AND THEIR MUMS IS PACKING ROUND HERE! -like who? -FARMERS -who else? -FARMERS MUMS. … If you like ketchup, if you like hot fuzz, if you exist and enjoy food then this video is for you!   Ingredients: Olive Oil 1 large red onion peeled and chopped 1 stalk of celery chopped A thumb …

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Episode 2 is ready to Rock. Give it a watch, make some salad and move your hips around. Then let me know what you think. Ingredients For the dressing: 1 Tbsp papaya seeds 1/2 Tbsp Agave The juice of one lime A pinch of salt For the salad: ¼ of chopped papaya 1 cup black …

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A ridiculously bipolar name, I know, but it’s fun and I like playing with this idea of what has shaped Canadian cuisine: the combination of what the land gives us with the traditions that the immigrants who settle here give us. This recipe is a spin off of a vegetable Indian curry using some faithful …

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*** At this point February seems like an impossible month. Each year I forget how difficult it is in this last stretch of winter to do just about anything. I can guarantee my Vitamin D levels are probably non-existent and I just feel hazy in general. What’s worse is that I can’t even turn to …

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As I consider it more, I’m finding that food and family go hand in hand. Maybe it’s just me but when I have flash backs of “home” it’s usually due to a smell or taste that has seemingly taken me back in time; hence the whole idea of comfort food. I think it’s family meals …

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