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Spiced Chickpea Fritters

If I can turn something into a fritter or cake, I will. They are comforting, easy, and can be a perfect addition to a weekly meal plan. I’m always a fan of these cauliflower cakes and quinoa cakes, but these chickpea fritters are a solid all-season recipe. If you have cooked chickpeas on hand, you [...]

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On the Road Again…

 By Crabby McSlacker Are you ready for a blog post chock full of healthy travel tips, amusing anecdotes, surprising discoveries, inspiring advice, and breathtaking photos of scenery and wildlife? Oops, sorry! You probably want to type a different URL up there in your search bar. Did you not realize this …

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Vegetarian Lunch, Three Ways

Post sponsored by Arla USA. See below for more details. One of the hardest parts about cooking is finding a balance between family members. Most of the time I cook one dish and everyone eats the same meal but occasionally I get a wild hair and make a few different items. This most often happens [...]

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He Does Not Want Perfect – He Only Wants Three Things

DI Hicks here.   This is an introduction to relationship expert James Bauer.  James Bauer shares his findings of twelve years of research in his book and DVD His Secret Obsession.  In his book,  he addresses an interesting subject: He does not want perfect; he only wants three things from …

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What Icarus Can Teach Us

Do you know the Greek myth of Icarus? Icarus is the son of Daedalus who dared to fly too near the sun on wings of feathers and wax. His father cautioned him that flying too near the Sun would cause the wax to melt. But Icarus became enthralled with his ability to fly and forgot his father’s warning. Read More

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