Monthly Archives: January 2010

John Angell James – On Usefulness

Hand it to the guys who lived and preached in the 1800s. John Angell James was a preacher and prolific writer in England.A friend passed this along to me today, thought I would share it with you: “I set out … Continue reading

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Menu Week: Feb 1

Wow – birthday month is finally over and life can go on. We are already in the second year of the new decade! Time flies.I will still have some leftovers from previous week: I love how stews and soups last … Continue reading

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Crud and Weight

Well, folks, over a week later and I still have crud. That’s about how I describe it and how I feel. Life must go on though. I am going to the clinic on campus today after speaking with my friend, … Continue reading

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Day 5 of Oats: Pumpkin Cranberry White Chocolate

I think I saved the best for last. This was yummy – reminded me of fall. Oh, I like fall much better than winter – but so be it! At least I can remember warmer temps with my bowl of … Continue reading

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Product Review: Ciao Bella Sorbet

Love. This. Stuff.Whole Foods comes through in little individual containers of yummy goodness!Ciao Bella is a gelato place in NYC (they have some great stuff don’t they) – and they send their sorbet to my Whole Foods here in Louisville.I … Continue reading

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Red Wine Beef Stew

I made some yummy and healthy beef stew this weekend. Its good when you are sick, having company over, need something to last you all week, and to use up some yummy Sweet Red wine that is in the fridge. … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Pumpkin Chocolate Pepita Muffins

I needed to use up a bit of a can of pumpkin so this was a great recipe to do it. I was a little doubtful when these came out of the oven, but the chocolate really made these! 2 … Continue reading

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