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Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Power Bars

Nolan has decided that his favorite food is chocolate. “Chocolate is a good snack, Mom.” Nolan wants chocolate on or with almost everything he eats. Thankfully, his mama is hip to the word on dark chocolate, which is all he’s ever had. 705 more words


Salad in January? You bet!

Today I want to share a few of my favorite salads that I like to make during the winter months. Of course salads are popular during the summer, when it’s hot and the fresh, ripe ingredients are available outside the backdoor or at the local farmer’s market or grocery store. 994 more words



Hello everyone! Have you ever made wheat berries? I’m always making rice and wanted to try out making a new grain. I had a delicious wheat berry dish at a restaurant a while ago and decided I would try to make them. 131 more words


In My Kitchen - January 2016

What a great month January is! There is such an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables available, including what is growing in the backyard. It is a more relaxing month than December but a pressure looms to quickly deal with  any over abundance of backyard produce or that tray of plums that needs to be made into sauce. 334 more words


Hello once again, if this is your first visit welcome to Kev’s Key Largo Living.

Today is the last day of our five day Making Starter Yeast Adventure. 176 more words


Making Starter Yeast: Day Four of a Five Day Adventure!

Today is Day Four  of our Yeast Making Adventure on location in the Gulf of Mexico – Florida Bay

This episode of  Making Starter finds us out  kayaking to a quiet side of a Mangrove island in the Gulf of Mexico – Florida Bay. 197 more words


Making Starter Yeast: Day Three of a Five Day Adventure!

Today is New Year’s Day 2016 and it happens to be Day Three of our Yeast Making Adventure. In keeping with the New Year’s tradition of doing something new or different, I decided to take Day Three -“Feeding” the yeast on the road to a pleasant location here in Key Largo,a quite dock near my home. 377 more words