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Jul 04

Dips, Dessert, and a Drink

Happy 4th of July!   aka National Sunburn Day. I have a tradition of running the Peachtree Roadrace (the world’s largest 10K) and enjoying the sweltering heat sunshine.  Since I’m off doing that, today’s #strangebutgood is a round of of things you might like to enjoy during your weekend festivities. Some are stranger than others, but I …

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May 30

Georgia Peach & Tempeh Hash

Invariably when I tell someone I’m from Georgia they exclaim “A Georgia peach!”   This annoys the crap out of me.  Same goes for “Hot-lanta.” What does not annoy me are actual Georgia peaches.  This time of year you can’t walk through a farmer’s market without passing a giant table filled with the fragrant fruit. I’m a fan …

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May 16

Healthy Jicama Latkes

Healthy Jicama Latkes

Latkes.   They’re not just for Hanukkah anymore! Latkes are usually made with potatoes and are a traditional dish eaten during Hanukkah.  They’re also known as potato pancakes.  If you know me, you know I don’t like white potatoes and I’m not Jewish (though I adore matzo ball soup).  Also, it’s nowhere near Hanukkah.  Clearly a …

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May 02

Cinco de Strange But Good

I’m stranging-up Mayo!   (That’s May, not mayonnaise.) It occurred to me that many of my Mexican-inspired creations are a bit strange.  Mexican is one of my favorite cuisines, and I’m always looking for a good way to shake it up! No matter what time of day you celebrate, I have an appropriately themed dish!   …

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Apr 09

Protein Lessons + WIAW

Learning lessons is a theme in my life lately.   Some I’d rather not learn, but that’s another story. Despite having done this cleanse 3 times before, I’m learning a whole new lesson with this one.  It’s about protein.  I had NO idea how much energy and strength I was getting from all the protein …

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