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Apple Crisp

Apple Crisp

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There is a secret about maintaining weight loss… And, when you find out, let me know. Seriously though, I have kept off over 200 pounds for over four years. It was a struggle. There were times when I thought I was going to gain it all back. There were days when I had to fight […]

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Reclaim Your Tastebuds

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Our taste buds are spectacular acrobats. Not only can they detect sweet, salty, sour, and all the rest, but they can also adapt and change over time. That’s a great thing (how many of us used to hate Brussels sprouts as kids, but now love them?), but can also be dangerous. They can change subtly […]

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School Lunch Reform- a Conversation and a Play Spark Calls to Action

School Lunch Reform- a Conversation and a Play Spark Calls to Action

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In March, two separate instances involving school lunches pulled me in. One took place in Santa Barbara and the other occurred in downtown Los Angeles. As a non-parent, I found myself intrigued by this issue. The belief that the school lunch needs to be reformed seems to have only gained traction after efforts by “renegade […]

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Espresso Hello Dolly Bars

Espresso Hello Dolly Bars

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I have a song for everything. Or at least that’s what my children claim—and they throw out everyday phrases to see if I’ll break into song. But when you say “Hello Dolly Bars,” I dare you not to bust out your rendition of the famous musical’s big number. (For the record, I do a spot-on […]

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Whole Grain Cherry Almond Crisp

Whole Grain Cherry Almond Crisp

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Early summer months in Seattle are a practice in patience. I moved here from California well over a year ago, and I remember being baffled and disappointed during that first spring and most of the early summer. I was so used to having strawberries in April, cherries in May, and stone fruits in June. When […]

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