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Happy Solstice and first day of summer! This time of year is always filled with the nostalgia-tinged buoyancy of all the possibilities that long days of leisure promise. It’s an addictive feeling, and it gets me every year, even if my summers are no longer quite so relaxed. It’s intrinsically linked to those gorgeous, glimmering […]


  • Sonja {Dagmar's Kitchen} - This looks so good Kimberly!! I often eat my taco like a salad (with just a few crisps or the likes) so this is definitely something I’d like to try soon. Also love the idea of salmon… Happy summer solstice!ReplyCancel

  • Lynda Switzer | - Thanks for sharing Kimberly. My kids absolutely love this and I can’t thank you enough. It’s easier to get the greens inside of them :)ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Posey - Wow…this looks amazing..doesn’t look so difficult. I find a lot of recipes to difficult to master..I’m always looking for easy ones.lolReplyCancel

As an introvert, I always marvel at how much I embrace the bright, buoyant holiday merriment of this time of year. While I find myself craving moments of quiet to pause and reflect in the days leading up to the new year, I also can’t help but celebrate. This may be in part because my […]


  • Sara - Ooh, yummy!!! I love beets more and more all the time and the citrus-ginger combination has always been a winner for me. Very beautiful!

  • Chris - We were looking for a unique cocktail recipe for my good friend’s New Year’s Eve party and my girlfriend convinced me to try this one. I was skeptical of the beet juice but as advertised it adds subtle flavor and fantastic color. Combined with the ginger and lime it made a tasty drink that you couldn’t put down. It ended up being one of the most popular at the party!ReplyCancel

  • BestDietPlan - I love they way you present :) Thank you for sharingReplyCancel

  • Amy | Lemon and Coconut - I don’t drink alcohol these days but these looks so amazing, and you’re photo’s are just so upliftingly fantastic, I love the big array it’s so wonderful to see :)ReplyCancel

  • Giovanna - Love beets! This looks so refreshing, can’t wait to try it out. I have a blog that I think will resonate with you :) would love to get your feedback! xoxo

  • Hafsa - I love this cocktail. Blend of all my favorite fruits and beets are new for me to experience. I love your work and recipe. Keep sharing more recipes with us :)ReplyCancel

  • Low Carb Recipes - That overhead shot is amazing! Really cool mix of ingredients for a cocktail.ReplyCancel

  • Low Carb Dinners - Fresh beet juice in a cocktail is def SO good!!! Will tryReplyCancel

  • pamela - The presentation was nice. Thanks for sharingReplyCancel

  • Lady Janet - Hi, thanks for sharing this with us. This recipe looks fantastic. i think i have found something remarkable to prepapre for my kids this weekend. Awesome post, KudosReplyCancel

  • Jenn - I love it with many colors. I will try to make them today for myselfReplyCancel

Cambodia was powerful. We arrived at the hottest, driest time of the year, just before the monsoon season, and everything glowed red: the sun, the sky, the roads, the dust, the light. Our group disembarked from the plane and began a long walk along the tarmac to the terminal. You can’t really prepare yourself for […]


  • JMalone - K – This time – I’ll be brief. Beautiful photography and aptly described. I’ve heard “Dad’s” version as well. I look forward to the next post. Kudos to Viking for providing this opportunity to you both..ReplyCancel

  • Norma - Beautiful photos and very descriptive narrative. (Little girl’s favorite food: rabbits and cats!) You do amazing work, Kimberly!ReplyCancel

  • dani - Banteay Srei! That was one of my favorite parts of the Angkor area. I hope you got to go to the south of Cambodia, Kep and Kampot are my two favorite places on earth.ReplyCancel

  • Susannah (Lemon and Coconut) - WOW about a hundred times over, your photos are so stunning. I have always dreamed of going to Cambodia, after studying the temples for a school art project and falling in love with them. You really bring the country and people alive and right to me, thank you so much for sharing your trip xxReplyCancel

  • June Molloy Vladi?ka - Such a beautiful narrative, so congnisant of your environment and human emotion. Beautiful photos, too.ReplyCancel

  • June Molloy Vladi?ka - Such a beautiful narrative, so congnisant of your environment and human emotion. Beautiful photos, too.ReplyCancel

  • Nii - Awesome photos. Looks like a place i’d like to visit myselfReplyCancel

  • Paula - Beautiful places and great pictures. Especially the one with corn.ReplyCancel

  • Moses Masika - This is so informative…ReplyCancel