“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
A very long time ago (I mean seriously, a REAAAALLLLY long time ago!) I read about a Japanese practice known as Kaizen. It is simply the daily practice of improvement. The mantra of constant and never ending improvement is one that I have tried to employ in my own life, with some success, and some failure, but that is of course, why they call it a practice!
I believe in this concept so fully that I have a series of tattoos which represents this notion. And so with this idea in mind, I’ve decided that it’s time for Be Still & Eat to make some updates, upgrades and improvements!
In order to do this effectively, I will spend the summer working to achieve this goal, which means you won’t be hearing from me for awhile. Be Still & Eat will return in the early fall with a new look and more simply gorgeous food!
I thought I might remind you of a few of my own personal favourite summer recipes for you to try out while I’m away. Just click on the title and you’ll be re-directed to the recipe!