Food Blog

23 Mar 19
Musteno's Blog

03/22/19: Note: MustenoBlog.wordpress.com. Emails will continue until My son repairs my Blog site. As Albert Einstein said: “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” First up is the Weekly Market Wrap. On Wednesday, the FOMC as much as said they are not raising interest rates for the rest of 2019 due do […]

23 Mar 19
How Did I Get to This Point?

“Trust the process. Your time is coming. Just do the work and the results will handle themselves.”- Tony Gaskins “Trust the process” has become my mantra over the last year. It took 5 months for me to get my first appointment with the weight center. That’s sometimes how it rolls with large, cutting-edge,  metropolitan hospital […]

23 Mar 19
Elemenari Games and Random Anime Stuff

Kind of weird deciding on the first thing o post on this blog, but I wanted to talk about a game that I love playing even though it doesn’t always return the same sentiments. Black Survival is kind of a hidden gem in the world of gaming. It is a unique take on the popular […]

23 Mar 19
Amerinofu's Deko-Deko Blog

This is a further attempt by me to translate Momoclo blog posts to English Kanako: 「ももブロ始動!!」 “Momoclo Blog Activation!!” ついに始まりました♪ Finally, it’s begun ももクロちゃんオフシャルブログ Momoclo-Chan’s offcial blog やったやった Yay! Yay! ちゃんと更新頑張ろ I will seriously try my best to update it みんなみてねみてね Everyone please watch out for them そういえば昨日テストだったのー That reminds me, I had a test […]

23 Mar 19
purposeFULL

What’s up, everyone?  It’s been two weeks since I’ve posted.  Life has been busy, but I am starting to stand back on level ground.  Admittedly, I have been running around a bit and getting something posted was pushed to the back burner.  But in that time, I have had some time for self-reflection and prayer […]

23 Mar 19
LLOYD'S LENS PHOTOGRAPHY LLC

Hello Friends! Tonight’s post is the first “Forage Friday” on Lloyds Lens Photography. Every Friday for as long as it’s well received I’ll be posting a wild edible plant found in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. In the past our recent ancestors would wonder out with a pouch or basket and come home with a full meal. It’s a skill set that hit them through hard times but it’s also a cultural tradition that should be kept alive.

23 Mar 19
The Lazy Goth

I’ve tried to sit down to write something this month at least 10 times and every time i either get distracted or can’t think of anything to write. So i’ll choose the easy way out and just write some updated things about me right now. ASMR is currently my number one way of coping with […]

23 Mar 19
Cooking Cameron

For our latest class assignment we were tasked with following a diet and allergen restriction for one week. Having on and off tried the G.I. or Glycemic Index Diet and thought I give it another shot. This diet detailed in the book The G.I. Diet by Rick Gallop focuses on eating food items which are […]

23 Mar 19
SARAH'S BLOG

“For around 200,000 years, humans lived by gathering and hunting for their food. Beginning around 10,000 years ago and continuing for several thousand years a change developed that was perhaps the most important transition in human history: the transition to agriculture. In exchange for greater effort, humans were able to extract larger quantities of food […]

23 Mar 19
Ruined for Life

   PT. 1 To start, if you have not read my blogs in the past, a gentle note to take each paragraph in strides. I tend to write in vignettes and pull it together in the end. I like to think this isn’t my avoidance and hyperactive thought pattern shining it’s brightest, but it is. […]

23 Mar 19
Kitchen Treasures

My first blog. Wow! Yep… My good friend, Tom, has an old T-shirt that says, “Nobody cares about your stupid blog”. So naturally I have been putting it off. Regardless, I continue… One of my favorite things to do is update a classic dish from my childhood. I, like most people, have so many fond […]

23 Mar 19
Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table

The fabulous Laura Beth, author of Hot Shot Headlines, tagged me for this fun tag. How could I not participate? I’m so behind on my tags/awards. I apologize in advance if I don’t get to all of them. Thank you, Laura Beth! Here’s the link to Laura Beth’s post: Tag #83 – 30 Interesting Questions […]

23 Mar 19
Blind Blond Blog

Getting Personal: My constant Battle With Anxiety Hi, Folks! Today’s post is a little different than the usual post. Today I’m going to get a bit personal and talk about my battle with mental health and something called Emetophobia. Disclaimer: Parts of this information might be graphic or sensitive to some people. Every since I […]

23 Mar 19
HakkaHiker

It’s a cold rainy spring day…and instead of being out hiking or running…I’m using the excuse to blog…because my 26 fans have not heard from me recently.  I think this is not going to be a short post, contrary to the title…”Less is more”.  The second half is plural, “lessons”.  You’ve been warned. Recently, I’m […]

23 Mar 19
PEOPLE.com

Gretchen Rossi revealed she is pregnant and expecting her first child with longtime partner Slade Smiley in December

23 Mar 19
India from Indiana

Quick Pickled Red Onions add the perfect tangy crunch to tacos, tostadas, grain bowls, and so much more. They take less than 10 minutes to make and only need to rest for 30 minutes before they’re ready to eat. (affiliate links below) About Quick Pickled Red Onions If you look in my fridge on any […]

23 Mar 19
Alisa’s Travel Blog

Solo Travelling. Just the thought of it a year ago would have made me run a mile. We are constantly bombarded with horror stories of how badly things can go wrong: phones pickpocketed in Spanish metro stations; food poisoning in Thailand; UK nationals deported from Japan for trying to enter with Vicks Vapour Rub (yes, […]