A few of my favourite things ...

One of my favourite bloggers

My Darling Lemon Thyme

does a regular post on her blog called 'A few of my favourite things' and I LOVE it. It's full of interesting things that aren't necessarily food related but are always a look into her life and what she likes to listen to, watch, eat, and do.

So this month I decided to start my own 'Few of my favourite things' which I hope to repeat again soon. Just a note: I have not been compensated for or even asked to promote these things, they're just things I love. And if I don't like it, I won't promote it. If I ever do accept money to promote goodies, you'll know because I'll tell you about it. I'm trying to be as ethical as possible you see ...

Anyways, onwards ...

Someone who's work I've admired for years is 

Dr Bill Reeder

. He's an integrative doctor based in Hamilton. I've been his patient for a couple of years now and made huge progress with my health. Dr Bill even does intravenous vitamin c for those of you who need a boost - especially good if you can't fight off germies or need support with cancer treatment. Read his blog 



I am constantly raving about this bread, but in case you've missed any of my raves, here's my favourite bread of all time:


Young Buck bread. I get it delivered to my door, and each month if you're signed up to the newsletter you get a free loaf of their bread of the month and free delivery when you spend over $26. Young Buck is paleo friendly, grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and yum. I love it toasted and cut into soldiers with boiled eggs. Yum!

If you're like me, you've already had a bout of germies this Winter. Something I take regularly to fight of the germs is this

Micron-Particle Liposomal vitamin C

. It's gentle on the stomach, high potency and more easily absorbed than other alternatives.

This week I'm listening to the new Florence and the Machines album: How big how blue how beautiful. It's a beauty.

Listen here


Holy crap, I don't know if you saw it on Facebook but ...


is now open in Hamilton East. Cappy and I went there for diner on Friday night. Lots of gluten-free and dairy-free options, sustainable grass-fed beef in use and epic tastiness. So great to see more real food making it's way onto the Hamilton scene.