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Buttered Fava Bean Salad with Soft-Boiled Eggs

Buttered Fava Bean Salad with Soft-Boiled Eggs

Fava beans always look so enticing at the market. The big pods with fresh beans tucked inside lead to dreaming about future recipes. And yet, it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed. Fava beans have a two-shelling process which is a bit labor intensive. But, I’ve found time and again, it’s worth it. If I [...]

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Carrot, Feta & Pistachio Salad with Orange Blossom Toss

Carrot, Feta & Pistachio Salad with Orange Blossom Toss

Cooking is a constant push forward in my life. I’m constantly challenging what I know, what ingredients I use, and even how I use common ingredients. It is exciting and overwhelming all at once. One of the areas I’m pushing myself this year is to step out of my rut with herbs. I have my [...]

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Time to HIIT it?

Time to HIIT it?

photo: the Department of Defense By Crabby McSlacker In the last few years, you’ve probably heard the same unwelcome advice quite a few times: for optimal health, you should be adding some High Intensity Interval Training to your weekly routine. But all too often, nutrition and exercise research gets overhyped …

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Fruit Chutney | Component Cooking

Fruit Chutney | Component Cooking

Chutney is one of my favorite condiments. It’s highly adaptable to what might be in season, it can be spiced up or dressed down, and can be the star of a recipe or a nice topping. The term chutney is a pretty loose one that can encompass many different types of condiments that traditionally used [...]

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Oat Teff Pancakes

Oat Teff Pancakes

You may think, based on photos I’ve shared or things I’ve written, that my pantry is perfectly organized. It may be organized for a few days but eventually, it becomes overrun with grains, legumes, and canned items. Usually once it gets out of control, I start cooking my way back to organized. For a month [...]

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Cream Baked Eggs with Asparagus

Cream Baked Eggs with Asparagus

There is nothing more I dislike buying at the store than herbs. They are usually expensive for you get, can go bad quickly, and lose flavor fast. This has led to a push over the years to grow my own. We don’t have a backyard but the patio is covered with plants, mostly herbs. It’s [...]

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Carrot Curry with Kale and Paneer

Carrot Curry with Kale and Paneer

I have a self-admitted problem of sidelining greens. I’ll eat them every day but rarely are they the key to the recipe. Sure, most salads wouldn’t be salads without the greens. Yet, it’s rarely about them. I labeled this carrot curry but in reality, the kale is the core. The carrots are pureed into a [...]

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Giveaway Winners and a Happy Belated Mother's Day!

Giveaway Winners and a Happy Belated Mother’s Day!

By Crabby McSlacker So first off, thanks to everyone who stopped by to comment on our book giveaway here at the blog, or on Facebook, or even via direct email, an option a few of you chose. I’ve assigned y’all numbers and am going to fire up the ol’ random …

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9 Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

9 Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

Every year, an estimated 50,000 people get diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. This chronic, progressive neurological disease starts with mild signs

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Spelt Gnocchi with Fava Beans and Walnut Sauce

Spelt Gnocchi with Fava Beans and Walnut Sauce

One of the things I love about this site is that it has served as documentation of my life through food. Sometimes, it’s directly in the writing about the recipe. Other times, it’s less noticeable through an overall trend. For example, I can’t remember the last time I posted a recipe that takes longer than [...]

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