Leslie Cerier’s light, sugar-free fruit crisp made with a quarter cup of cannabis-infused coconut oil is delightful at any time of day. Infused with an uplifting sativa, it’s a healthy way to catch a moderate buzz at breakfast. Leslie mixes a quarter cup of cannabis oil and maple syrup with Continue reading →
Leslie Cerier’s sweet potato fries are a healthy way to be a little decadent. Sweet potatoes are loaded with beta-carotene and other vitamins and minerals; hemp seeds, a complete protein, are rich in omega-3s, fatty acids, fiber, minerals, and vitamins; and kelp has Vitamin C, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium. These are three of Leslie’s favorite foods, and crisp-frying Continue reading →
L-R) Among the subjects of “The Breast Archives” are Heather, Petra and Leslie. Courtesy of The Breast Archives”
How stripping down taught these women to love their boobs
By Melissa Malamut; November 12, 2018; New York Post
On a trip to Egypt in 2011, Meagan Murphy became awestruck at the size and detail of the mammoth statues depicting ancient female heroines.
Really, though, she couldn’t stop staring at their breasts.
“I was in one of the temples by the Sudanese border looking at a statue of the goddess Isis, the mother of creation,” the 54-year-old filmmaker tells The Post. “And I got a powerful gut feeling that the breasts contain ancient wisdom.”
That’s why Murphy created “The Breast Archives,” a documentary hitting iTunes today and DVD Nov. 20, featuring nine women whose ages span about four decades, talking about the complicated relationship they have with their breasts — mostly while topless.
Joyful gardening! Here I am holding one of many garden fresh dug or shall I say, pulled up organic horseradish root. They spread like a wild perennial, and multiply. Hot, pungent and a wonderful addition to vegetarian sushi, or grated and blended into dressings, dips and anywhere you want some more heat to clear your sinuses and bring you in the present moment. Continue reading →