The Natural Suite
Brace yourselves: We’re taking a trip back to Vegas. Mentally, anyway.
I guess you could say I’m obsessed with books. Not the seemingly ubiquitous e-books and e-readers and anything else e-related. Like, actual books. The ones with crisp pages that you hold delicately in your hands and maybe (probably) smell.
When I think of foods that contain cinnamon, carb-heavy favorites like gooey cinnamon rolls and fresh apple pie are often the first to come to mind.
Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing actress Julie Benz for a feature story in the July/August issue of Natural Solutions. Spoiler alert: She’s on the cover! You might know her as Dexter’s wife, or the sexy lesbian from Desperate Housewives, or Mayor Amanda Rosewater in Syfy’s futuristic series Defiance.
In the May/June issue of Alternative Medicine, we discuss the growing trend of tea-based cocktails. If you missed it, here’s a quick recap: Bartenders, mixologists, and businesses are teaming up to craft cocktails using tea rather than traditional soda mixers, and these combinations are popping up on drinks menus nationwide to offer healthier and refreshing alternatives.
Returning to Minnesota after a two-week jaunt to Las Vegas hasn’t pushed me out of vacation mode just yet. Vegas comes with plenty of party-hard connotations, but—if truth be told—I’m not your typical tourist.
When I was a kid, I absolutely loved spaghetti. I ate it the messy way, of course: twirling the pasta around my fork until a giant noodle ball formed, then shoving said noodle ball into my mouth and leaving crusty remnants of red sauce in the corners of my lips. Kids love messy foods—or, they somehow manage to make non-messy foods into messy foods—and I was no exception.
Welcome to The Natural Suite, a home for all things naturally sweet. As a new addition to the editorial staff of Natural Solutions and Alternative Medicine, I’ve created The Natural Suite to provide readers of the magazines with supplementary information.