Miso Hungryyy

Hi everyone! I’ve been meaning to post this recipe for a long time now. I made this soup a few months ago and it was so easy and delicious! I had bought a bunch of miso paste and didn’t know what to else to do with it a part from traditional miso soup. I also…

Kitchen Scraps You Can Regrow

Did you know that you can regrow certain kitchen scraps? Nature is so cool! By regrowing scraps, you’ll save some money and reduce waste. Some of these require replanting in soil, but for the most part all you need is water, a glass jar or container, and a sunny spot to put them. Tip: The…

AmeriCorps Week

Happy #AmeriCorps Week! This week’s post is dedicated to all the hard working AmeriCorps members who are #GettingThingsDone! AmeriCorps is the national version of the PeaceCorps, with a one-year commitment and three different programs including NCCC, State and National, and VISTA. I’m currently serving in Atlanta, GA as an AmeriCorps VISTA in for the nonprofit…

What’s In Season: March Produce

  Hello everybody! I can’t believe it’s March already! It’s been about 7 months since I started my AmeriCorps VISTA service year at Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture. I’m more than half way done! Wooh! Time sure does fly by. March is here which means that springtime is almost upon us. The…

Happy National Pizza Day!

It “snowed” today in Atlanta, a.k.a. light flurries that melted once it hit the ground. Even though I’m from the North and went to school in upstate NY where temperatures regularly hit below 20 in the winter, I have become used to warm Southern temps. Today barely hit below 32 , which is pretty cold…

Composting 101

Did you know that about 60% of what ends up in our landfills is organic matter (aka anything that came from something that used to live)? I don’t know about you, but that’s a lot of waste! So then what can we do with all this organic matter?…. COMPOST! If you don’t know what that…

Curry On Up

Last Friday I took home some cabbage from Truly Living Well’s farm. A part from coleslaw and salad, I haven’t cooked much with cabbage, but my mom used to put it in her pot roast, which I kinda hated. Sorry mom :/. Since I don’t eat beef anymore I needed to think of something else….

Welcome to my blog!

My first blog post! Wow, this is so exciting. I’ve been an avid blog reader since college, but never thought I’d actually start my own, till now. So first a little about me…. My name is Jenn and I’m a 22 year-old from Maryland who moved to Atlanta a few months ago in order to…