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Sunday, December 27, 2009

The Cafe's 1st Big Event!

Sunday night Chef B-Live visited the Cafe!
His 1st East Coast Talk & Demo!!!!!!
Standing room crowd got to hear & watch
one of the bet in the biz prep & share!
Better than that they got a mini taco &
zucchini pasta with strawberry marina sauce!!!!
Pictures & video coming soon!

Jan. 11th-Jan.15th "Resolution" Liquid Cleanse
Jan. 14th Kevin & Annmarie Gianni
Jan. 15h Diabetes survivor Michael Collins
Jan. 17th Pot Luck & Documentary screening "Simply Raw"

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Tonight the POT Luck Dinner is ON!

Lisa & I are making

Holiday Chia Pudding

By Kristen Suzanne

Yield 1 1/4 cups

1/4 cup chia seeds

1/4 cup shredded, unsweetened, dried coconut

1 cup water

1/4 cup raw cashews (soaked 1 hour, drained and rinsed)

4 soft medjool dates, pitted

2 cloves

1 teaspoon lucuma powder

1/2 teaspoon powdered ginger

1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/8 teaspoon cinnamon

Place the chia seeds and coconut in a small bowl, briefly stir to mix, and set aside. Blend the remaining ingredients until smooth. Pour the blended cashew mixture into the bowl with the chia seeds and coconut and stir. Wait a few minutes and stir again. (You’ll notice the chia seeds beginning to take on a gelatinous texture.) Wait a few minutes, again, and stir. Do the “wait and stir” once more, and then place the Holiday Chia Pudding in the refrigerator for about 15 - 20 minutes (or longer, if desired). Then, enjoy.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Two Huge Events Coming Up!

This Sunday come and join us for the 1st Raw Food Pot Luck at
Catch A Healthy Habit Cafe Fairfield!
*Bring a RAW food dish for 6-8 + bring serving utensils
*Bring eating utensils & plates too!
4:30pm socialize // 5:00 intro self & dish// 5:15 EAT!
6:15/6:30 be the 1st to hear the 2010 event schedule
pot lucks, cleanses, speakers, raw food prep classes...
Sunday December 27th 6pm at Catch A Healthy Habit Cafe!
One of the Top Raw Food Chefs in the BIZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! $15 pre-pay or $20 @ door
Brian James Lucas aka Chef BeLive has been creating raw and livin
g cuisine for 11 years. Originally he learned his skills from Juliano Brotman
(author of Raw, owner of Planet Raw Santa Monica)
and Jeremy Saffron(author of The Raw Truth)
Brian took over Juliano's restaurant in San Francisco when he moved
to Santa Monica to pursue opening Planet Raw, and started his
own restaurant Organica: The Living Cuisine from 98-99.
This will be his first East Coast appearance.
He will be sharing his culinary skills with a demonstration and
tasting of a couple of his recipes, along with Orgasm of the Taste Buds,
his teaser version of his up coming book with 30 recipes.
As a bonus, he is bringing a phenomenal product called Ormaji to the East Coast
for the first time as well. Ormaji is a clay that is high in monoatomics (ORMUS).
In Sanskrit, Ormaji means: Or- The Royal Precious Element.
Ma- Our Mother Earth, the master alchemist and giver of life.
Ji- Recognition of being perfect and sacred.
"A Gift from God, mate by Mother Earth.
" To find out more about it go to
To find out more about Brian aka BeLive go to

Monday, December 7, 2009

Another Rawking Weekend!!!!!!

Frankie G. & Goji Girl shared with a crowed house about their Raw Experience on Saturday! Kevin & Annmarie Gianni and Jim Kwik also stopped by Saturday!
The Cafe catered an event in Westport
that Robert O. Young (Ph Mircale author).
Monday we had a Ribbon Cutting
with the First Selectman
and the CT Post came by to do a
story & took some picture!
Look for spread in Tuesday's edition!

12/20 Sunday 4:30pm!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The Cafe Preps for Big Weekend!!!!!

Wow! What a 1st week!
The energy is spreading!
So Far the BURGER is the best seller
followed by the Nori Wrap!
The hottest smoothie the New Grateful Green Pinapple, Banana, Kale!
Favorite dessert CHEESECAKE by far!!!!!
Runner up: The Brownie!
SATURDAY 12:00-3:00 Meet & Greet with Frank Giglio
Author, Raw Food Chef & Raw Athlete!

SUNDAY the Cafe will be providing lunch to the attendees of the
Robert O. Young day long seminar.