Last winter I read Traveling with Pomegranates by Sue Monk Kidd and Ann Kidd Taylor. It really hit the spot, and I could relate a lot to Ann’s part of the story. Since then, I’ve always had an interest in pomegranates (Not related at all to the story if you’ve read it) due to the book and recipes I’ve seen.

I’ve always been a little too intimidated to try it though. Cutting it open and fishing out the arils (seeds) seemed too complicated and scary.

Right after Thanksgiving, I took the plunge and bought one. But then it sat on my counter for 2 weeks before I finally gave in and took on the task.

Yes, it was complicated. No, it wasn’t as difficult as I thought. And yes, it was tasty with a drizzle of honey, it became a treat worth the effort.


About Kristina

I'm a college student who's a self-proclaimed foodie, book lover, and exerciser. Balancing life, school, exercise, and my hobbies isn't easy but I'm making it work and trying to live healthy along the way.

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Welcome to FoodNook!

Hi! I'm Kristina and a college student who loves food, eating, fitness, and variety of other fun things! I have a combined love of food and fitness and trying to balance it all into my busy life. FoodNook is my way of documenting my experiences and adventures in navigating healthy living on my own and trying out new things.
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