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Feh-BREW-ary!!

At the beginning of February, I got this magnificent idea that it should actually be fe-brew-ary. Of course, I thought I should brew some beer which didn’t happen. The other thing I thought I’d try my hand at was some … Continue reading

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Being Healthy

All of the books seem to say the same thing: stock your kitchen such that the healthy food is just as easy to eat as the junk food (but of course, you should get rid of your junk food.) I’ve … Continue reading

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Cravings

I have been craving pot pie. It’s a total comfort food. Nothing says home like a snowy day with pot pie, salad and a nice bourbon. (Okay, the bourbon doesn’t say “comfort food” but my Dad and I have been … Continue reading

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Lifestyle Blues

I have a lot of things on the horizon and so most of my energy is going towards getting everything together for my dissertation proposal, getting everything ready for a workshop in Amsterdam, getting everything ready so that I can … Continue reading

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Review: The Lean by Kathy Freston

This book seemed so easy and wonderful that it was a book (and an eating plan) I just had to try out. Kathy Freston’s book outlines a 30 day eating plan that asks you to make one new small change … Continue reading

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Stocking Staples

My friend Emily in a recent post highly recommended that you buy frozen veggies when you grocery shop. I think this is a great idea and I do this as well. Don’t know what to have for dinner? Break out … Continue reading

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Coconut Tempeh Nuggets

These sounded delicious to me. Coconut nuggets with some fries and maybe a cocktail with a little rum in it? Yes, that sounds like the perfect summmer shut-up-I’m-a-real-grown-up dinner. Like chicken nuggets but without having a vein snap back at … Continue reading

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VT’s Pineapple skewers with pineapple fried rice

For Easter it seemed appropriate to cook something special for dinner. I decided to do this pair of recipes from the January/February issue of Vegetarian Times. I love pineapple. I love it so much. And, this seemed like the perfect … Continue reading

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VT’s cherry-almond strudel

This is another review of a recipe from this month’s Vegetarian Times. I figured since I had a bunch of phyllo dough, I’d continue to work my way through the fancy phyllo recipes. It turns out, I’ve noticed, that phyllo … Continue reading

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Avocado Egg Salad

At least once a year my Mother and I have the same conversation. It starts out like this: Me: They have egg salad on the menu! I’m going to have egg salad! or, like this: Me: I just dyed easter … Continue reading

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