Monthly Archives: January 2009

Basic Pizza Dough

Pizza is really good – its the all-american food – is it not? You can get it however you want it – usually whenever you want it. The only thing I don’t like about getting pizza in a restaurant – … Continue reading

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Acts and Community

I’ve now lived in Louisville about 17 months. There have been more natural emergencies here then I’ve ever been through living in FL or NC. Now, that may say something for the preparedness of FL and NC for these natural … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Rebecca Horton: Whole Foods

Rebecca is a UNC grad who I had the privilege of getting to know during my time at the Summit. I didn’t know her through the college ministry. I got to know her because she plugged in to others areas … Continue reading

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Rachael Ray’s Chick Pea Salad

I am not a huge fan of Rachael Ray. But, some of her recipes are good. I find most of her recipes basically the same with just one or two slight differences, and some of her “sayings” I find annoying. … Continue reading

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Vanilla Walnut Granola

I’ve become a huge fan of granola. But, I think it is so expensive to make – and you can’t control what you put in it. If you make it yourself you can determine your likes and dislikes and how … Continue reading

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Favorite Cookbooks

People have started to ask me what my favorite cookbooks are. Well, I have 62 and counting (adding one this week – more on that later). Also, my mom has tons at home – maybe double what I have – … Continue reading

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Calorie Restriction and Raw Vegan: Good/Bad?

I love the Food Network. If I’m going to have the TV on and be doing something around the house – it is usually on channel 46 so I can listen to Tyler, Bobby, Giada – my faves. The other … Continue reading

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