Oh my goodness gracious me, I’ve stumbled across a super food. I know. This kind of thing doesn’t just happen. Not on your daily stroll to the mail box. But it did to me. I recently tore open a parcel from Manitoba Harvest Hemp– THANKS- (how did you know I love both parcel’s AND superfoods?). I especially heart hemp hearts. They pack quite the little nutrient punch. Seriously. Delicious. I won’t be without these guys next time I travel to Siberia, or need to cheer up a sad little airplane meal. Check out two of my recent and very tasty hemp-a-licious concoctions.
It’s been a bit rainy in Canmore so I’ve had some time in the kitchen. Which is, for those who know me, where I unleash my evil cooking genius. Yesterday I made ricotta cheese. I repeat, I MADE cheese and it’s EASY. I blew my own mind with that one. I dare you to try it. Instant cred. After that I finally got a few herbs planted on my deck, and now we wait for sun.
I drove across the prairies to the motherland of Manitoba (16 hours and one left turn) for two weeks of sublime weather, family fun and a wedding (not my own). The training was great- ranch style, which means hard and so fun. And there is no better way to end a hot intensity session, than attempting a backflip off a water trampoline, into a glassy lake. I was hard pressed to leave the +30 weather, and return to Canmore, especially when I heard there was almost a foot of snow. In June. I know. Brutal. But here I am for the summer, and it’s actually a pretty sweet place.
Anyway, a HUGE thank you to Manitoba Harvest Hemp for their rad products. I highly recommend checking them out. Get hempy. They don’t disappoint.
training, ranch style. and no, the buckets aren’t empty.