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Za’atar Tomatoes with Sweet Corn Bread

I love cornbread. I’ve stated this before and it’s fairly apparent in that I’ve used cornbread in salads and in pancake/waffle form. Cornmeal is always in my pantry and during chili making months, there’s usually a piece with a slab of butter near by. This recipe is a bit of a mash-up with summer flavors. [...]

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6 Common Herbs That Can Cure Digestive Problems

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Whether you suffer from diarrhea, constipation or other digestive problems, we can understand why you may be seeking a solution.

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Chilled Cucumber and California Avocado Soup

Post sponsored by California Avocado. See below for more details. Until I moved to California, summer months focused on two ingredients: sweet corn and tomatoes. When I moved to California, I learned that July is peak season for California avocados. I had no idea because in Illinois, avocados are not a local crop! Creamy, fresh [...]

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The End of Shoulder Pain

Your shoulder hurts. It’s sore. It doesn’t feel right. Here’s why your shoulder is in pain, and what you can do to make it feel better.

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Unsettled

photo:  x-ray delta one By Crabby McSlacker  So life has taken a few possibly ominous turns lately. And while I’ve been googling the heck out of various health-related issues for my own edification, I’m not really feeling up for taking that research and trying to write anything useful about it. …

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Multigrain Pilaf with Quinoa, Millet, and Teff | Cooking Component

Have you ever watched a toddler try to eat whole grains? Or better put, cleaned 90% of those grains from the floor? This is, essentially, how I came to this component. I typically toss my son’s grains with a bit of sauce to make them stick together but I wanted a mixture that was the [...]

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Kohlrabi Fritters with Garlic Herb Cashew Cream Sauce

I have a weakness for vegetable cakes and fritters. I’ve always loved a little fried cauliflower when I’m out having a drink but obviously, it’s an occasional treat. However, fritters are a great in-between. The vegetable are still front and center but the light pan fry provides a perfectly crisp outside. I could eat almost [...]

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Coconut Turmeric Quinoa with Kale

When I make a recipe, I try hard to limit the amount of pots and pans I use. I am not a fan of doing dishes and any recipe that uses more than two, I’m usually out (unless I really want the meal!) This is why I love risotto and risotto-like meals so much and [...]

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Black Bean Tacos with California Avocado-Sweet Corn Salad

Post sponsored by California Avocado. See below for more details. I’m squeezing in one last avocado recipe into June since it is still California Avocado month! This works out especially well because with temperatures well over 100˚F for the past week, I’m making more items that are fresh and require little cooking. Enter these tacos [...]

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Simplest, Dumbest Cardio Workout Trick Ever

image credit here By Crabby McSlacker So this post features one of those weirdo counter-intuitive motivational hacks that you either: (a) already know or, (b) are going to think sounds totally insane. It’s for those days when you’re having a Really Shitty Workout. I already knew the trick, and have …

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