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Happy New Year!

We’re counting down the hours until 2020 and next year we have so much to look forward to, a documentary and a new book. I can’t wait to share it all with you. Love Fredrika, James, Bella, Noah and Liam

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Weekly Menu 12/30/19

Monday Spinach Cesar Salad Tuesday  New Years Eve Party Wednesday Vegan Broccoli Quiche Thursday Neatballs in mushroom gravy with steamed veggies Friday Peanut Curry Saturday   Pizza with sundried tomato sauce Sunday Leftovers  Sweet Treat! Coconut Pannacotta with balsamic marinated strawberries

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Meatless Monday — Cream Of Mushroom Soup

I think we all have heard of comfort food. It’s a special dish, usually something from our childhood, that makes us feel good. I find it fascinating how food can bring back good memories. My comfort food is cream of mushroom soup. When I was a little girl and traveled …

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Merry Christmas and Our Dinner Menu

As a multi-cultural family, we celebrate Christmas on both the 24thper my tradition and on the 25thper James upbringing. Christmas eve we’re home and start our day with rice porridge and saffron buns and later we’ll have dinner while Christmas day we’ll be at my in-law’s house. Here is what …

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Walnut pate sandwich with pear and arugula

Hello how is the holiday pre going? I’m working on last touches but took a break for lunch. This sandwich has my favorite flavor combinations of sweet, salty and spicy. The pate is made with walnuts which are one of the protein rich plant source. It’s also rich in omega …

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Improving Healthy Eating Habits

By Larraine Roulston: From the time we nurse our babies to the time we see them enter kindergarten, a foundation of whole food meals is key. Of course, it’s difficult to avoid processed foods and sugary snacks, but these can be kept in check. Only in recent years have educational …

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Berkey Water Filter Review

Water is a precious resource. Just thinking about how often I drink it, bathe in it, wash with it — even play in it — I realize that water is an integral part of our daily life. But do we think about where it came from, how it got here, or whether …

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How to Have an Eco-Friendly Christmas

Major holidays always seem to equal lots of waste but not so much eco-friendliness. It does not have to be like that. With just a little planning and very little effort, it’s absolutely possible to have an eco-friendly Christmas that is still budget friendly. Here are my top tips: Send …

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