Breakfast salad: why not?

February 15, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Breakfast Salad: why not? American’s eagerly embrace their dietary servitude. It’s not easy changing deep-rooted eating traditions, even if they crumble your temple’s foundation. Many hesitate because they’ve grown accustomed to a lifetime of eating […]


Valentine Day intimacy and Food

February 8, 2018 Wendell Fowler

A dreamy valentine’s day candlelight dinner of a thick slab-o-prime rib, baked potato asphyxiated in sour cream and bacon bits, some cocktails, and a fancy-schmancy one-pound wedge of cheesecake is unquestionably delicious, albeit a self-defeating […]


“Swipe left” store-bought muffins

February 1, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Obedient Americans blindly trust familiar food brands to be healthful, when in all honesty, they are not. While perusing the grocery bakery, I grabbed several prepackaged muffins to read their ingredient labels. Some brands tout […]


Grammar Guy: Do the brussels hustle

February 1, 2018 Curtis Honeycutt

Do the brussels hustle In 2014, kale was all the rage at the local farmers’ market. 2016 brought us an avocado fad which elevated toast prices among the hipster millennial community. As a professional grammarian […]


Plant-based diet maximizes longevity

January 11, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Several beautiful souls told me their New Year resolution was to begin loving themselves more with a plant based diet: to create health and happiness by becoming a vegetarian or flexitarian. (primarily vegetarian but occasionally […]


Doobie or not Doobie?

January 4, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Are you curious why smoking weed or using clean-burning hemp oil become associated in the collective consciousness of Americans with violence, immorality and soul-draining insanity, when mountains of research reveal the complete opposite? During Hoover’s […]


Merry Christmas, burp!

December 21, 2017 Wendell Fowler

No one likes the joy sucked out of their holiday vibe by a sermon on moderation and healthy eating. We adore our comforting traditions, so we make deals with ourselves to justify our inevitable tumble […]