Dark Chocolate Zucchini Bread

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May 26, 2016, in  

Spring is officially in full bloom!  This weekend we got our first crop out of our garden.  This year, we planted some tried and true zucchini, a couple of different types of peppers, including cayenne, bell and jalepenos, strawberries, tomatoes and tomatillos.  And, we took a risk this year and also put in 2 different…

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Healthy Travel

May 17, 2016, in  

When you’re on the road, there are so many obstacles in the way of staying healthy and keeping sugar out of your diet.  I’m a road warrior and I still have a hard time staying on track when I’m out of town.  But, there are some strategies that can help.  For me, there are 2…

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Cowboy Salad

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May 10, 2016, in  

This weekend marks the end of the flag football season and so we are organizing our Season send Off party for nearly 90 people at our house! That is crazy, I know, but we are lucky in that first, we have great friends who will do most of the cooking, shopping and organizing and two,…

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Black Olive and Caper Tomato sauce

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Today I’m working on the second sauce that I’d like my friends to try when they’re here on Thursday night.  I’ve decided to do my Black Olive and Caper Tomato sauce because it uses similar base ingredients to the Roasted Sweet Pepper sauce, but tastes really different because it’s so much more savory.  I think…

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Traditional Indian Spices

May 9, 2016, in 1

Cooking and recipes offer an interesting look into the cultures of people around the world.  The foods that people eat come from generations of history, normally related to the types of ingredients and special safety needs that impacted the culture.  For example, in the northern parts of the world, people tend to eat more types…

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