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Peanutty Goodness

Nobody needs to promote the consumption of peanut butter to me. I’d eat the stuff even if it was unhealthy. I’ve ingested so much peanut butter over the years that it’s a wonder peanut butter is still my go to food. 586 more words

Cultural Highlights

Butternut Squash and Lentils

Yesterday I cooked butternut squash with lentils, chopped onion, and fresh greens from our garden, seasoned with curry, turmeric, and ginger. There was enough to have as our main entrée for supper last night and again tonight. 39 more words

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Baked Sweet Potato, Corn-on-the-Cob, Organic Beets, Organic Kale (home-grown), Organic Leeks, and More!

In the picture you see baked sweet potato with ground cinnamon, the other great veggies noted in the title, plus asparagus, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and the garden salad on the side. 79 more words

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Variety Veggie Plate

This evening we had some favorite veggies in a fresh format that I’m calling our Variety Veggie Plate. On the front of the plate you can see kale and broccoli, both in deep green that is so nutritionally rich. 165 more words

Baked Potato, Corn-on-the Cob, & More

Tonight we had baked potato, fresh corn-on-the-cob, quartered beets, beet greens, carrot chunks, brussels sprouts, leek, and asparagus spears on our supper plate. I had salsa on my baked potato, a combination with pizzazz that I really like. 43 more words

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Home-grown Blackeye Peas!

Tonight we had organic home-grown blackeye peas as our featured entrée. I picked the peas from our little box garden a couple days ago. After shelling them,  I cooked them with tricolored quinoa and diced tomatoes. 119 more words

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Veni Vidi Vici

Language – isn’t it what it’s all about? What sets us a part from the rest. What divides and conquers us. Too heavy for this blog but my love of languages, the Romance languages I may address in subsequent blogs. 234 more words

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