Monthly Archives: July 2010

Sorry, I did not forget about you guys!

It has been a rather hectic week.  I’ve been cleaning the nooks and crannies of my house to get everything organized and ready before school begins next week.  If I don’t do it now, it won’t happen!  For those of you … Continue reading

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What a yummy week this turned out to be!

So I had the privilege of eating at The Grit TWICE this week.  I am so lucky.  Friday night is typically our date night where Mom watches the Miles Monster, and we get to go out, grown up style.  Yesterday I … Continue reading

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Soul Food Minus Whole Food :(

We had a fantastic time in Athens.  I had a vegan noodle bowl at The Grit.  Ohmigosh, it was delicious.  We started out the meal with hummus and veggies with peta points.  I tried celery, cucumber, and carrot slices dipped in … Continue reading

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Over the weekend…

I’m admitting it right here, right now.  I don’t really like Ezekiel bread tortillas.  There, I said it.  I went in search of a pack of whole grain tortillas for my veggie fajitas the other night, and every pack I … Continue reading

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Why yes, My Mother Is Cooking 40lbs of Hamburger Meat in my Kitchen. Why Do You Ask?

I had to run an errand today, and when I returned home, I walked in and saw my mother frying up pound upon pound of the 40 lbs of hamburger meat on my stove.  So, I got side by side … Continue reading

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Addendum to Earlier Post

My mother would like for me to share with you guys that four of the forty pounds of hamburger was organic.  Apparently it was on sale at Kroger.  🙂

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What? I’m only human!

Ok, I want to clarify the plan as it is now just to make sure that it makes sense to you (and to myself).  I am attempting to go a year of eating as locally as possible, with no refined … Continue reading

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