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Tomato Corona Bean Salad

It is rare that my lunch is a something I’ve made before. Lunch is my time to throw together whatever bits and pieces are around. Sometimes these combinations are not good but other times, they turn into delicious meals that I end up sharing here. This tomato bean salad is a perfect example. I made [...]

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Romesco Sauce | Component Cooking

Of all the components I’ve shared so far, this romesco sauce recipe is my favorite. It’s an easy sauce/spread that’s made from a few simple ingredients, primarily roasted red peppers. If it’s summer, I recommend making your own roasted red peppers but during the cooler months, jarred roasted red peppers sustain me. Romesco’s smokey flavor [...]

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When Life Gets Weird

via maxpixel By Crabby McSlacker So it looks like it’s going to be another summer of Not Blogging Much, which I guess is better than Not Blogging at All.  Because, yeah, life’s getting awfully weird and distracting of late.  But how about I at least make time for a quick …

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Pesto Zucchini Lasagna

I’ve found one of the best things about having a toddler is the random things they say. More often than not, Mack is making up something silly or playing pretend. One of his more recent pretend play has involved food. He pretends to ‘pick’ food and it’s anything from broccoli to chocolate ice cream. I’ve [...]

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Exploring Our Money Shadow

This is an excerpt from my upcoming book from Integral Publishers, Pay What It’s Worth: You Don’t Need to Set a Price on Value. Stay updated on when it’s available for purchase here. Money is a symbol of two basic principles that underlie every process in the physical world: the principle of value, and the principle of giving Read More

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