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    High-Fat?Low-Fat?No Fat?!

    fad  /fad/noun an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for something, especially one that is short-lived and without basis in the object’s qualities; a craze.       I’m not one to go with…

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    No Flash in the Pan

    An article from several years ago in the local news that pretty much explains my reason for creating recipes and competing. It’s just fun!   For more than 40 years, cooking was nothing…

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    The Foosball Tournament

    I compare the Super Bowl to a really long and new Say Yes to the Dress episode that most women wouldn’t miss for the world and most men would try anything to miss.…

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    Google + Comes to an End

    Sometimes I find myself liking or favoriting or lol-ing the same post on facebook, then on Instagram, then on Twitter, then on Google + Sometimes I get confused as to where I’ve seen…

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    What’s a Spurtle, you ask?

    Porridge? Well, simply put-they’re oats. usually steel cut oats, not what us Americans are used to. A Spurtle? A spurtle is a porridge legend with a lot of myths surrounding it. It’s a…

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    Burning Bridge

    The thought of burning any bridge figuratively may seem like a harsh reality, but sometimes it is best for self-preservation and happiness. I’ve always said, “You have to burn a few bridges to…

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    Protein is KING!

    In the Low-Carb, Ketosis-Based world we live in, emphasis is on eating less carbohydrates, no sugar, and more fats. Protein plays a very key role in weight loss and metabolic health, and not…

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      This guy. He asked one day why his last name was Bailey instead of his dad’s last name, Richardson. I said, “you’re kidding me, right?” “Brandon Bailey is just the coolest name I’ve…

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    Thoreau had it right

    Most of us won’t find ourselves sequestered by a lake like Henry David Thoreau. I do believe that if my husband were able to take his boat named Dale and his fishing poles…

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    Treat Winter Ailments Naturally

    It all began in Black Diamond, Washington, which is a sleepy little town in the shadow of the mountain (Mt. Rainier, that is). When it’s clear, the mountain is out. When it’s rainy…

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    Pinch the Deliciousness

    In the fast and furious world we live in, cooking is sometimes only a necessity, unless it’s for special occasions. That’s when, in our digital lives, we need a comprehensive, trusted and easy-to-use…

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    Cooking Contests

    It all started in 2010. I saw Paula Deen on TV advertising a cooking contest. Nothing really caught my attention until I heard her say, in her twangy Southern accent, “Do you want…

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    Motherhood

    When God Created Mothers by Erma Bombeck When the Good Lord was creating mothers, He was into His sixth day of “overtime” when the angel appeared and said. “You’re doing a lot of…

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    A-L-D-I for Low Carb and K-e-t-o

    Here’s my haul today, more than usual due to restocking after the holidays-today is New Year’s Eve. Hello 2019! I’m ready for ya! I buy everything at Aldi. Everything. All low carb and…

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    What Carbs Turn to Sugar?

    Carbohydrates are one of 3 macronutrients (nutrients that form a large part of our diet) found in food – the others being fat and protein. Hardly any foods contain only 1 nutrient, and…

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    A Doctor’s Approval

    There are times I don’t trust a doctor and times that I do. This is a time I trusted. My doctor is female, around my age and an internal medicine physician. She has…

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