Raw 2014 Recipe Calendars are here!

Greetings Health Fans, Chef Adam checking in from Jacksonville, Florida. I had to escape the cold and snow of Michigan for a bit. Unfortunately the sun is hiding where I am in Florida but at least the temperatures are warm. I want to let everyone know that the new 2014 Raw recipe calendars are available. They’re just as good as our past 2 calendars with 13 great recipes and beautiful…

Pawpaw, paw paw, papaw… have you heard of it?

Winter has well established itself here in Michigan with snow on the ground and temperatures below freezing. It seems that only a week ago I was trekking through the Rawnora landscape in search of pawpaws. What’s a pawpaw you say? That’s a fair question to ask considering this native fruit is relatively new to me as well. Pawpaw, Latin name asimina triloba, is the largest indigenous fruit in North America….

Kale Does the Body Good… pass it on

Chef Adam here to share some green love. Kale is one of our favorite things to grow here at Camp Rawnora. We’ve got plants growing in 4 different gardens and we even have a wild patch growing next to the compost pile. Kale is a hearty leafy green that is related to cabbage, collards, broccoli and cauliflower. It’s so hardy that plants grown in the spring will typically survive through…

Maple Sap Madness at Camp Rawnora

Greetings Health Fans, March Madness finally has meaning in my life once again and I’m not talking about watching college kids running around dribbling a ball either. March is typically the time that the maple sap starts flowing in Michigan and right now the flow is upon us. The picture above shows how the professionals tap a tree. This year I decided to actually tap some trees as well. My…