Ok. I’m changing things up a tiny bit.
If you’ve been following along with my Lazy Day series, you’ll know I’ve been doing recaps of some of my food hero guests’ favorite things. So, each weekend, I highlighted three of my past guests.
I was thinking, why not try doing one at a time? That way it’s not too overwhelming and your lazy day doesn’t become an unnecessary busy day.
Everything here at The Dinner Special is about experimenting anyway, so here’s my first experiment with Lazy Day.
Renee of Will Frolic for Food
It was super cool to chat with Renee on the podcast. She talked about her passion for food and how it grew, but it was especially nice to hear her story about her food sensitivities.
Renee talked about learning to cook with food sensitivities and shared tips, resources and ideas on cooking gluten-free and dairy-free for the first time. Check out what she shared HERE.
In case you missed it, here is
Renee’s World Ending, Last Meal:
A Handful of Renee’s Favorite Things:
|A YouTube Channel that Has Some Cool Videos:||Green Kitchen Stories|
|Some Food Blogs We Have to Know About:||Two Red Bowls
Dolly and Oatmeal
Adventures in Cooking
My New Roots
|An Instagram to Follow:||Eva Kosmas Flores|
|Some Cookbooks that Make Her Life Better:||Plenty
The Inspired Vegan
BabyCakes Covers The Classics
|Music that Makes Her Want to Cook:||Kishi Bashi|
Renee was such a great guest. I learned so much and she definitely had a ton of knowledge to drop.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this first revamp of Lazy Day.
I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section below, or feel free to email me at: thedinnerspecial [at] gmail [dot] com.
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Until next week, have a super amazing Easter lazy day!