a whole lot of text isn’t always the most fun. pictures are cool. i think that’s why i like recipes so much – they’re all broken up into keywords and single lines (ie. 1 tblspn ear wax, stir, mix…etc.) i’ll give you some bullet points to help:
- follow me on twitter. it will be fun, i promise.
- if you can’t stand white space, facebook has a little more blue in it. check out my page.
- JUST want to see pictures? instagram: delightfulcrab
- lastly, pinterest – where shopping becomes reality. here i am – rock *me like a hurricane.
on a pinteresting note, these are some of my favorite chefs to follow. had to share:
- purely elizabeth’s recipes are gluten free, vegan, and free of refined sugars – i want to smash her avocado egg
- everything laura – behind laura’s gluten free pantry
- food revolution. if you are on pinterest you are probably already following this but the recipes, infographics, resource and statistics boards are the bees knees.
- bubbles pleats and good eats raw foods, baked treats, farmgirl chic, juice on, and of course, tea time are great.
- skinnytaste has an ENTIRE avocado board. i am green.
- cook republic’s food board is just unfair.
- 101 cookbooks maniacal. recipes i could make everyday and feel good about.
- healthy happy life – based on their vegan blog.
- michael natkin of herbivoracious – every board pays tribute to the delicious foods he creates in his cookbook.
- most importantly: ann gentry’s tasty real food – killer.
hanyways. this is me. in my kickball getup. you’ve already met the love of my life, toshi. thank you all for staying interested and encouraging more! it has been so much fun journaling some of the stuff that i do living here in sf as well as sharing the pictures that i take with you. i think i’ve had enough though. xoxo gg.