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9 Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

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Every year, an estimated 50,000 people get diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. This chronic, progressive neurological disease starts with mild signs

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Spelt Gnocchi with Fava Beans and Walnut Sauce

One of the things I love about this site is that it has served as documentation of my life through food. Sometimes, it’s directly in the writing about the recipe. Other times, it’s less noticeable through an overall trend. For example, I can’t remember the last time I posted a recipe that takes longer than [...]

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Creamy Millet Porridge with Roasted Strawberries

When it comes to morning porridge, I tend to stick with oatmeal (it’s the easiest to satisfy even the littlest member of the family). However, if I’m just cooking breakfast for myself, I make a cracked grain porridge. Running a grain in a coffee grinder or blender for a few pulses creates a mixture that [...]

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Rethinking What Really Matters: The Four Most Important Things in Life

“Life is short. Focus on what matters and let go of what doesn’t.” ~Unknown

Our most precious commodities are not our smartphones, 3D TVs, brand new cars, or even our big and impressive houses.

Our most precious commodities can’t be …

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Fried Cauliflower with Romesco Sauce and Quinoa

There are three kitchen tools I will always have: a good chefs knife, my flour grinder, and my high speed blender. Everything else I could do without (I’ve even learned my stand-mixer is a nice-to-have). With these three things, I can do pretty much anything I could ever want. You might balk at the flour [...]

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Why We Overeat and How to Stop: Book Giveaway!

image: clipartfest By Crabby McSlacker Does anyone else out there struggle with eating too much, or eating the wrong things, or not feeling sufficiently motivated to exercise? Even those of us with fancy degrees and initials after our names, who’ve studied this stuff extensively for decades and know exactly what …

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Beet Wild Rice Salad with Pistachios

There are times I go into developing recipes where I expect failure. I expect that certain flavors won’t work well together or textures won’t be appealing. The reason I still try? This wild rice salad is a perfect example. The salad has some strong flavors that in theory, I thought would work well together. The [...]

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White Bean Chard Bake

There’s never a week I go without having greens in the house. Spinach, kale, and chard are always in rotation. I also always have pots of greens growing on my patio. When I saw this recipe, I knew I wanted to do something similar but with greens. This chard bake is a solid base that [...]

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Berbere Black Lentil Stew

Post sponsored by nuts.com. See below for more details. I think there is no better way to experience a city than through restaurants. I first fell in love with Ethiopian food when living in the Chicago area and ever since, I’ve kept a recipe for berbere spice in my repertoire. Traditionally this spice is used [...]

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Mystery Trip!

By Crabby McSlacker So one might wonder: where the hell did the Crab go? She barely got back to blogging before skipping town yet again, not managing even one meager blog post in the last two weeks. And sorry, this is one of those disjointed rambles accompanied by random photos. …

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