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Shakshuka: Traditional Middle Eastern Egg Dish

Here is another breakfast recipe that will help you use up last night's leftovers! In keeping with the "What Can I Eat For Breakfast?" theme, I thought I would share this wonderful recipe that has its roots in Middle Eastern culture.  The traditional recipe is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin.  It is delicious made this way, but what I like is you can "mix it up" by using whatever ingredients you might have in your refrigerator. Read More

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Travel Tips for a Healthy Happy Trip

raveling can be a thrilling adventure, but it isn’t always kind to our bodies! For me, the joy of traveling is being able to sample what different cultures have to offer. That sometimes means I don’t have total control over what I do from day-to-day, which can include what food I eat or the amount of exercise I get. All of this activity means my “normal” routine is totally thrown off for a while. Here are some of the strategies I employ when traveling to minimize discomfort, jet lag, digestive problems, and over indulging. Read More