Announcing the birth of Blaze Walker Robens, born happy and healthy at home on May 6th weighing in at 8 pounds 12 ounces! He is very sweet and good natured. I hope you all get to meet him soon!
SNFW is hosting New England Clinical Thermography for a thermography clinic on June 20th for non-invasive, non-radiation, breast cancer screening. All images are interpreted by physicians trained and certified by the ACCT (American College of Clinical Thermography). For more information about thermography or New England Clinical Thermography, please visit their website: http://nemedtherm.com/index.shtml Please call the office at 802-253-2340 to schedule now as spots fill up quickly.
I hope you all are enjoying our beautiful spring. Birds are singing, trees are flowering, the air smells wonderful! Here is a fun spring-time recipe to add to your collection.
SNFW staff and practitioners
2 green onions chopped
2 celery stalks chopped
3-4 handfuls grated green cabbage
1 cup mayonnaise or vegan option
1/2 cup chopped nuts (almonds are nice)
1-2 tsp curry powder (2 is better)
2 golden delicious apples
1/2 cup orange juice (optional- see below)
To make ahead of time, chop apples and place in orange juice in refrigerator to marinade. This prevents browning of the apples. Mix together green onion, celery, cabbage, mayo, nuts, and curry powder. Add apples and stir. Refrigerate for 2 hours and serve chilled. Enjoy!!
(Mayonaise can be made fresh from scratch which will add to the taste of the slaw)
Angela Robens ND, RN