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A  Fusion of Whole Foods, Urban Farming,  Fitness, & Travel

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    Peanut Chicken Stew

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    Have you jumped on the peanut train yet? Well, clearly I have because I am posting a second peanut recipe , and I still have another jar to use up. Peanut butter protein balls perhaps next? My husband began calling this Peanut Chicken Stew “crack” […]

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    New Year, New Outlook

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    I never make New Year’s Resolutions, but I do write a list of things I would like to focus on in the coming year. My focus in  2012 was to start a blog. Mission accomplished!  A few of my others were :Travel to at least […]

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  • New Orleans

    Who Dat, Cher?

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    Louisiana is another world in itself, and unlike most states with normal street names, it boasts impronouncable street names  which abruptly change from their indecipherable  French to  American names: Tchoupitoulas,  Hebert, and Eraste Landry to name a few.”Laissex le bon temps rou lez” and ‘Who Dat” […]

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    Snickers Fudge

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    Ah, where were we? Oh yes. I was writing this blog post a few days before Christmas, before the chaos ensued. Since that moment, I have scarcely had time to sit down at a computer, and when that has occurred, work has been on my […]

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    Chocolate Chip Caramel Cookies

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    I have a slight obsession with making the perfect chocolate chip cookie. I created the perfect healthy cookie already. I have a few recipes for the perfect indulgent cookie , too. But, what about a Holiday chocolate chip cookie? Enter Caramel Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookies […]

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    Fudge Spice Cabin Cookies

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    I call these cabin cookies because they are rather rustic and remind me of cabins and drinking Gluwein, mulled wine,  around a  big warm fire.  If you have never tried Gluwein, you are seriously missing out.I had my first sip 7 years ago when my German mother-in-law served […]

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    Giving Thanks

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    Thanksgiving was my Dad’s favorite Holiday. We were required to display the one dish he cooked each year: an  oyster-casserole  made with 2 sticks of butter, bread crumbs, and oysters. The table was not complete without rice and Gram’s homemade turkey gravy. There had  better […]

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    Pie Crust 101

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    If you go to the store and buy a pie crust for Thanksgiving I might slap you when I find out. Really, friends, homemade pie crust is not a difficult or time-consuming process. You can make it tonight, so you have one less thing to […]

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    Change

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    I like marching onward in life , and embracing change as it comes…..but please please don’t ask me to change my daily routine. Go DANCING on a Thursday night until 2 in the morning when I have to get up at 5 a.m.? Yeah right. Spontaneously put […]

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    My Favorite Cool Weather Meal

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    I ran a marathon a few days ago, and last night  I honestly didn’t even want to stand up to walk to the bathroom, let alone cook. Can someone bring me a bedpan? I enjoy the aches and groans of my muscles reminding me I ran […]

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