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my lazy sunday: lemon & garlic grilled chicken + brown rice curry salad

The weekends are typically times to relax, get stuff done and enjoy life a little more. This weekend was no exception. Every year around this time, there is a huge 30 block garage sale that I go to every year…

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suggestive breakfast: no fail granola

Granola is my go-to breakfast. It’s simple and unassuming yet it lends itself to numerous variations. Making it from scratch is always preferable over the store bought kind, which is usually expensive and full of sugar and other bad things.…

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breakfast. 7am: steel cut oatmeal

I’m not so much into rigid schedules as I pride my work-at-home schedule on it’s flexibility. This week, however, I am working away from home and I need a schedule to keep me afloat. I set my alarm for 6:30am.…

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preparation is important: cranberry walnut oatmeal

I want to be sure that I get a good start to the day in preparation for the New Year’s Eve revellery that will begin this evening. Friends have arrived from Portland, OR and Randy will be spinning the decks…

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wednesday morning pancakes: cornmeal pancakes

On weekday mornings, breakfast is usually a simple affair. Toast and peanut butter, a bowl of cereal or some hot oatmeal. Not this morning. I woke up this morning with an urge to make something more exciting. I wanted pancakes…

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miso hungry: miso soup

After coming home from the gym in the pouring rain, I needed something warm and an equivalent to what Nigella Lawson would call “temple food”. I looked into the fridge and pulled out a block of tofu, some green onions…

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baked oatmeal

After cursing that the OC had been replaced by a baseball game, I went on my computer to drown my sorrows in ones and zeros. I discovered a new food blog and decided that I was going to make this…

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leftovers: galettes de riz

Yesterday I decided to spend a bit of time to have a great lunch. I had some red swiss chard and left-over rice and I had remembered seeing Clotide’s recipe for Galettes de Riz which seemed like an excellent way…

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