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Sunday Supper

What a perfect day.


Jordan and I took a very much needed drive outside of the city for some vegan and gluten free cupcakes and bread from this amazing bakery, Guilt Free Goodness. Dawn, Queen Baker and owner, is very talented! Not only does she serve baked goods, she also has a small lunch menu that I will have to try next time I am there.

I was pleased to see the amount of vegan sweets she has to offer…


I follow her on Facebook and she was stating how much raisin cinnamon bread she had in the bakery today. I knew I had to finally make the trip to visit her. I ended up buying a half loaf of the raisin bread and a whole loaf of her vegan, gluten free bread. The BEST gluten free bread I have ever had. Super airy, soft and the flavor was mild yet distinctive.


I think she should rename her logo to Guilt Free Goddess!

This is going to be a weekly staple – a nice country drive to buy my bread for the week. Perfect.

I am also planning on writing a formal review of Guilt Free Goodness here very soon, too. I am needing to go back and do some more “sampling”. 😉

Afterwards, Jordan and I were listening to the Beatles while driving through the back roads viewing nature at its best. I really do miss living in “the woods”. I am starting to realize city living is not for me. I feel my best when I am surrounded by trees, water and nature.



I have to leave town for business next week and I wanted to make sure I didn’t have any food go to waste so I had my parents over for a relaxing Sunday Supper.

Lentil Loaf


Raw Kale Salad









    Warmed and ready to serve


And my Mom made snickerdoodle muffins for dessert. I am a sucker for cinnamon.


I hope each and every one of you had an amazing weekend.



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