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Hangover Breakfast Hash

After a late night of celebrating with my now former coworkers, I awoke craving something fried. My fridge was looking a little empty, but I had just enough ingredients to make this delicious and nutrient-rich breakfast hash, which I served alongside oven-roasted potatoes and black coffee. 281 more words


Post-Gluttony Smoothie

I don’t know about you all, but I ate my weight in pie and stuffing this weekend! It was pretty great, but after this long weekend of indulgent fare, I am ready to get back into my good habits again. 420 more words



Just thought I’d share my favorite quick meal with you all: A baked potato (microwaved) topped with steamed spinach (from frozen, also microwaved), and a big scoop of hummus (this one is curry hummus). 21 more words


“The elephant in the room is Fukushima radiation” & CND's Role In The Disaster

“The elephant in the room is Fukushima radiation” & CND’s Role In The Disaster

Posted by: Greg Lance-Watkins – Greg_L-W.


I well remember the quote… 2,888 more words

Photo Story 5 : "On Top Of The World...!"

At an altitude of 8700 ft located in the heart of the world famous ski resort, is the Gulmarg Golf Club (Kashmir,India). It is the highest green golf course anywhere in the world.The course has now been redesigned again and is now a 7505 yard course making it currently India’s longest golf course.Golfing at Gulmarg’s 18-hole course literally, “top of the world” experience with the fairways being turfed with cool weather and grass of different Shades.


Late Night?? Try This for Breakfast!

Had a late night last night!  Woohoo!  Rain didn’t stop us…Happy Birthday Maria!!

Hubby wanted a little more than a smoothie…so what do you do??? Pop 4 Free Range Organic eggs, a little green salsa, handful of power greens, and a little pepper into the Nutri-Bullet…blend!   75 more words


The sweet potato's diamond-shaped leaves

The next time you would like greens for dinner, look beyond spinach (the old stand-by) but also look beyond kale (the flashy rising star). You may not find these at a big grocery store, but the farmer’s markets and Asian stores are usually packed with leaves of all shapes and sizes bundled together with a trifling rubber band. 629 more words