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Blogging Again

Blogging Again

| March 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

I tried converting this blog into a website for a while. While the website was properly coded and easy to navigate, I found that I stopped writing once it was a ‘formal’ website. It made me realize that as a website, this blog would take on more of an authority flavor. That’s not the intention […]

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Quick, Easy and Healthy Fried Pizza

| August 16, 2008 | 0 Comments

Last night I wanted pizza, but I didn’t want to order pizza because I didn’t want the traditional white dough pizza, or the traditional thin crust white dough pizza or the Sicilian sliced white dough pizza. Do you notice a reoccurring theme here? I didn’t want the white dough pizza. I was lazy and hungry […]

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Kitchen Gadgets That Make Healthy Cooking Easier

Kitchen Gadgets That Make Healthy Cooking Easier

| June 17, 2008 | 0 Comments

In today’s day and age with prices rising with no end in sight, people may accidentally start eating healthier. It’s cheaper and healthier to cook from scratch. Every cloud has a silver lining and maybe a healthier society is the silver lining on this cloud of increased cost of living. Although it is not absolutely […]

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Healthy Alternative to the Ham and Cheese Sandwich

| June 1, 2008 | 0 Comments

Here’s an inexpensive tasty healthy sandwich that can serve as an alternative to the usual ham and cheese sandwich. Be forewarned, I’m not one who measures when I cook, so use your own best judgment. Ingredients Eggplant Tomato Onion Feta cheese Extra Virgin Olive Oil Salt Pepper Garlic Powder Whole grain wrap Organic whole grain […]

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Why Do Our Kids Break Bones So Easily?

Why Do Our Kids Break Bones So Easily?

| June 1, 2008 | 0 Comments

The other day my son’s teammate broke two bones on top of his hand when he slipped making a lay-up. It wasn’t an out of the ordinary trip and fall. Back in the day, it would mean a couple of days of ice and aspirin. Now a days, a simple trip and fall for a […]

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Veggie Burger Anyone?

Veggie Burger Anyone?

| May 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

Summer is here and the grill comes out of hibernation and my seasonal meat eating debate begins. I love grilled food! I especially love grilled vegetables. Vegetables seem to gain a while new personality once they’ve spent a few minutes on the grill That’s all well and good, but being raised in a meat eating […]

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The Killer Birthday Cake

| May 26, 2008 | 0 Comments

My daughter decided that she wanted to have a sleep over birthday party.It was a last minute thing so the preparations were done quickly.We decorated downstairs, came up with a theme and invitations went out the week of the party (it really was a last minute thing). I ordered pizza and picked up a cake […]

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Natural Sweeteners

Natural Sweeteners

| May 16, 2008 | 0 Comments

After reviewing my last entry I realized that my writing style had taken on the same style of the American news media. American news media tends to go for blood and gore. The glass is half empty rather than half full, if it bleeds it leads. My last post on high fructose corn syrup was […]

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Save the Ducks

Save the Ducks

| May 13, 2008 | 0 Comments

I was in the middle of preparing dinner and realized that I needed more mayo for the meal. I asked my daughter to get me a jar from the pantry. She pulled out three jars of mayonnaise, which were all attached by a three-ringed hard plastic holder that was inserted around the necks of the […]

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Take a Walk on Trash Day to Reinforce Your Green Efforts

Take a Walk on Trash Day to Reinforce Your Green Efforts

| May 5, 2008 | 0 Comments

To anyone who thinks that the recycling efforts are a bit overwhelming and is contemplating quitting the living green lifestyle, my suggestion is to take a walk around your neighborhood on trash day. Take a look at the contents in your neighborhood’s recycle bin (Just a look. Don’t go poking around in your neighborhood’s trash). […]

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