This grass fed pot roast is very easy to make, extremely nutritious, and inexpensive. Since I add carrots and potatoes, it’s a one-pot meal.
This meal can be easily made in a crockpot — just let it cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Nothing makes me feel as cozy in the wintertime as cassoulet. What is cassoulet? I guess you could call it a fancy French version of pork and beans. It doesn’t taste anything like our American pork and beans, though. Cassoulet is traditionally made with pork sausage, pork, goose, duck, sometimes lamb, pork skin, and white beans, as well as duck or goose fat. They typically use duck confit or goose confit.
As many of you know, a good friend of mine passed away from breast cancer a few weeks ago. Needless to say, breast cancer has been on my mind. Needless to say, breast cancer has been on my mind.
I was chatting with another friend about it recently. My friend, who shall remain nameless (because who wants everyone to see their boobie photos on the internet?), told me she had gone for a thermography session. She said that the first session showed pre-cancerous activity — or something to that effect (I don’t know the actual terminology she used).
Here are her before and after photos. She also describes what she did to avert breast cancer:
I love me some bagels. I grew up in New York where I acquired a taste for warm, chewy bagels. Especially when they are loaded with cream cheese and topped with lox and capers.
I was always afraid to try making my own bagels because I thought it would be hard. When I finally attempted it, I was surprised at how easy it is to make delicious whole wheat sourdough bagels at home.
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