Last weekend I ended up attending two totally separate events that showcased organic/healthy cuisine. In the morning, my little boy and I cruised over to a new store at Newport Beach called Pomme Bebe. The holistic event was organized by the Oasis Child Boutique and featured other booths with organic good, green goods and other natural baby-related items. And though I cannot claim to be a crunchy mama myself I do appreciate (and support) holistic health and green living. The food at Pomme was declared yummy by my son, although there are more choices for little babies. He also enjoyed the samples at GreenKidz and Green Cupcakes and More. We bought a toy from the Bellysprout stall and chatted with a rep from Shaklee and ItsyBitsy Yoga (the event’s organizer).
Thank you Olga for inviting us to the event. And to Rita at Pomme Bebe, thanks for the conversation.
Later that day, the whole troupe attened the Golds Gym relaunch (hooray for childcare) where there were different food caterers. One of those that struck DH and I were the offerings from Good Mood Food cafe, which turned out to be all natural gourmet RAW food. Yup, it was so good, I have to meet up with Ursula the chef-owner so I can tell you more about the whole RAW movement in a future issue of Suburban Mama.
I’m starting to feel like the universe is telling me something about the way I eat and feed my family. That same Saturday my copy of Deceptively Delicious came in the mail. I am trying out Jessica Seinfeld’s recipes this week and I’ll be sure to write about them soon.