Cheryl Obremski

Elohee’s Hoop House

by Elohee’s True Nature facilitator Will Wynne We are excited to announce Elohee’s newest creation: The Hoop House. Since the birth of Elohee we’ve held a vision of a vibrant garden where we can grow our own produce to serve to all the amazing participants. In this vision we saw crisp greens of spinach, arugula, and kale. We saw fiery red tomatoes, and plump, juicy cucumbers. In th ...[Read More]

Some Love from Elohee’s Kitchen

The “Love your Heart-Beet ” dressing was born out of Love.  Actionable Love which is the essence of Romance.  I have always had a love affair with fresh produce, herbs and spices. Nature provides this gorgeous bounty of ingredients to fuel our bodies.  Essentially, I have a crush on Nature !!!!  Love Pouring Love into Love…….. Happy Valentines! – Chef Craig King   Heart-Bee ...[Read More]

Loving Yourself

About 10 years ago when I was babysitting a 6-year-old girl, during a game of hangman she began screaming repeatedly, “I can’t guess this word!  I hate myself!  I hate myself! I hate myself!” I was in shock. I could not imagine how this young girl become so upset over a word in a hangman game.  She looked in total distress.  As my shock was wearing off,  I hugged her and t ...[Read More]

Dress Up Your Holiday the Elohee Way! 

Red and green are the colors of the season.  Elohee’s Executive Chef, Craig King, has created two spectacular, superfood dressings/sauces to assist with your holiday celebrations. Nature provides beautiful ingredients.  The arrangement of these ingredients, with careful attention to how the flavors play off of each other, is the alchemy of salad dressings and sauces. Using pla ...[Read More]

“Hello Darkness, My Old Friend!”

“Hello Darkness, My Old Friend!”

I was a light chaser most of my life.  I continually searched for peace, for love, and for happiness. I would try to achieve a Zen-like composure so that nothing disrupted my calm state of being.  From early childhood, I learned to shut-down my feelings as a state of survival. I built a shell or wall around myself in hopes of not reacting or having emotions that would set off a roller co ...[Read More]

Masks

Masks

I loved Halloween when I was younger.  Dressing up as my favorite superhero, fairy tale princess, or whomever I wanted to be for the day was so exciting.  I would also get lots of candy for dressing up.  What an extraordinary day Halloween was.  Wearing a costume and a mask was fun.  It allowed me to become someone I was not – to take on the characteristics of a ...[Read More]

Thai Pumpkin Soup

Thai Pumpkin Soup

An autumn holiday would not be complete without pumpkins.  We carve faces into them, tour pumpkin patches, search for the The Great Pumpkin, drink pumpkin spice lattes, and make pumpkin rolls and pies.  At Elohee, we love the nutrients found in the pumpkin and cook with it as often as we can when it is in season,  One of our favorite soups is Thai Pumpkin Curry Soup that Elohee chef ...[Read More]

A Warm Autumn Treat from Elohee’s Kitchen

A Warm Autumn Treat from Elohee’s Kitchen

Autumn is filled with cool nights, spectacular colors, and tasty vegetables.  One of Elohee’s favorite autumn dishes is curry. The warmth of the dish and the slight heat of the spice is perfect to shake off a fall chill.  One of our favorite curries is Sweet Potato, Chickpea & Spinach Coconut Curry. This curry is inspired from the “Oh She Glows Every Day” cookbook by Angela Liddon which is an ...[Read More]

Reflections on the Autumnal Equinox

Reflections on the Autumnal Equinox

I love the change of seasons. Seeing how nature easily flows through seasonal changes makes me feel more comfortable with the changes in my life.   I begin to feel a sense of calm as I realize that change is constant — my thoughts change, my emotions change, my body changes. My favorite seasonal transition is from summer to fall.  I enjoy the slight chill as the temperature dr ...[Read More]

A Solstice Reflection

A Solstice Reflection

Solstice.  The sun stationary – in stillness. The longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. On this day we honor our light bearer –the star our planet revolves around.  When in stillness and exposed to something for a long period, we can begin to understand it. We can reflect on it. On this longest day of the year, my thoughts turn to what I am most passionate about, what ignites m ...[Read More]