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August Foodie Penpal Reveal Day

I decided to participate in a foodie penpal group.  I saw the idea on Lauren’s blog, Part-Time Housewife, which is such a cute blog.  We were matched with a penpal in the same country.  We were allowed to buy $15 worth of stuff that we felt our penpal would love.  We all had to post…

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Garlic Dill Perch

Perch was for dinner and honestly I don’t like white fish.  Sorry, but it is so plain tasting that I just don’t like it.  I prefer a fresh piece of salmon.  If I have to eat white fish, Halibut is a great choice.  Dinner was perch….  I had to make the best of it. I…

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Breakfast Sausages

Breakfast Sausages

I saw this post on Living Low Carb…One Day at a Time and it inspired me to make some breakfast sausages.  I munched on these all day long. The first time I made these I had some tomato juice and added about 1/4 cup of it to the sausage mixture.  BAM!!!  It was so good. …

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Grilled Cauliflower

I was searching through the fridge for an idea for a side to try out with a chicken kebab recipe.  I saw some cauliflower but I hesitated since I was being lazy and I wanted to cook everything on the grill.  Then a flash of brilliance took over.  People roast cauliflower all the time.  Hmmm…

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Mexican Breakfast

I’ve been craving mexican food lately!  Eating everything from guacamole to taco salad.  Yummmm guacamole!  I blame it on the Ancestral Health Symposium.  One of the lunches served guacamole with the hamburgers … and the moment the guacamole hit my lips I was instantly craving  mexican food again. I’ve been eating this back to back…

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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012

I have A LOT of pictures to share with you!!!  I made them into collages to help with downloading time. The first day I arrived in the morning.  I walked around the town of Cambridge, where Harvard is located.  Ohhhh I saw the most beautiful homes.  White picket fences, brick sidewalks, gorgeous homes….I want to…

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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012! Day 4 (Officially)

Hi Everyone!  Here is a quick video I made on the last day around 1am at night!  I just arrived to the hotel after an evening of fun at the Barefoot Banquet and an after party at a local pub. I felt the presentations on the last day were the best.  I’ll write more about…

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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012! Day 2 (Officially)

Sorry I didn’t post yesterday!  Yesterday was sooo busy.  I saw Robb Wolf, Jimmy Moore, Mark Sisson (Mark’s Daily Apple), Diane from Balanced Bites, Dallas & Melissa (Whole9), Bill & Hayley from Make it Paleo, George from the Civilized Cavemen, Dana Carpender (Hold The Toast), Nom Nom Paleo, Terry Walhs, and Andreas Eenfeldt (The Diet…

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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012! Day 2 (Unofficially)

Day 2 (Unofficially) – I spent the day flying to Boston and touring the Harvard Campus.  My feet are sooo sore!  Note to self – Next time wear VERY comfy shoes! The weather was amazing.  Unfortunately the next few days will be raining. Enjoy,

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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 – Day 1 (Unofficially)

Hi!  Thursday is the first day of the Ancestral Health Symposium 2012.  It is being held in Boston at Harvard!!!  I’m going to be there to share the event with you.  Right now, since it is sooo much cheaper I’m flying out of Buffalo, New York.  I’m staying in a motel overnight and taking the…

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Act Fast! Free Kindle Books

The first Act Fast! Free Kindle Books post was such a success that I was planning on doing another one a month later but I found a few more free kindle books that you might LOVE but….Amazon only has these books for free for a short period of time so you have to Act Fast!…

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Grilled Veggies

MmmmmMMmmmmmMMmmmmmMMMm grilled veggies!!!! So you need side ideas for dinner or lunch (maybe breakfast too!).  Nothing is better at this time of year than grilled veggies!  I took my favourite veggies or aka what was in the fridge at the time: zucchini, mushrooms, onions, and peppers. I thickly sliced them, poured extra virgin olive oil…

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