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3 August, 2014

My last day in Oaxaca

My last day in Oaxaca
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So here I am, sitting in the Los Angeles Airport… camped out right next to the Delta check-in. Which is closed. As was the connecting baggage section of customs. So I have my luggage with me. And I found a plug-in, but it doesn’t work. And I can’t actually enter the airport until 4:00, and
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1 August, 2014

The Sidewalks of Oaxaca

The Sidewalks of Oaxaca
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I realize you all might think I am a little bit crazy, and maybe I am, but I actually am writing a blog post on the sidewalks of Oaxaca. I have shown you pictures of the street fair, I am hoping to get some good pictures of the street art to show you in the
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30 July, 2014

A Oaxacan Street Festival

A Oaxacan Street Festival
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So last night I went out for my standard evening food foraging experience, and I stumbled across more of the Oaxacan Street Festival that I have been seeing. It is apparently part of a bigger celebration called Guelaguetza, which is a cultural festival, but the last three days of July have lots of celebration including
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29 July, 2014

A Shaky Start to Today…

A Shaky Start to Today…
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Good morning, Oaxaca! We had an interesting start to today: a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Veracruz made it to us this morning, at 5:46 AM. So much for setting the alarm for 6:00. I guess now I know why I see so many of these: Yup, those are my stylishly clad feet in that photo.
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28 July, 2014

I’m In Oaxaca This Week!

I’m In Oaxaca This Week!
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¡Hola, from Oaxaca! I am here this week for my day job… you know, that thing I do when I am not cooking, quilting, stitching and playing tennis. The city of Oaxaca is about 300 miles South of Mexico City, and is the capital of the state Oaxaca. It is in the mountains, about 5100
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20 June, 2014

Paleo Sweet and Spicy Chicken

Paleo Sweet and Spicy Chicken
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Happy Friday, everyone! The sun is out here and it has been a beautiful couple of days in the Pacific Northwest. I haven’t been spending as much time in the kitchen as I normally do because I have been out enjoying this wonderful weather, but I do have a recipe that I want to share
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12 June, 2014

Annual Stephanie Inn Trip

Annual Stephanie Inn Trip
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Every year our group of ladies heads for Cannon Beach to spend a few days at Stephanie Inn , walking on the beach, eating amazing food, and enjoying all the things that the Stephanie Inn has to offer. We always start out our trip with a little wine tasting: Our first stop was Duck Pond Cellars.
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9 June, 2014

Paleo Pumpkin Cream Chicken Casserole

Paleo Pumpkin Cream Chicken Casserole
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So the other day I asked Mike what he would like for dinner. He said “A casserole. With chicken.” Well that one got me thinking. See, I am used to the type of casseroles that I have had for the last 30-something years of my life: pasta, cheese, cream of chicken soup… all those things
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23 April, 2014

Paleo Baked Chicken Enchiladas

Paleo Baked Chicken Enchiladas
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I am so excited to share this one with you! I did some kitchen experiments today and created a recipe for Chicken Enchiladas that is 100% Paleo. It is not completed Anti-Inflammatory friendly, since it does use chipotle peppers, but if you are okay with the peppers, this dish does not disappoint! I used my
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9 March, 2014

Slow-Cooker Sauerkraut Brats

Slow-Cooker Sauerkraut Brats
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I apologize for my absence from the blog… things have been a bit crazy lately. I have quite a few projects going on through work, which is good crazy, and my father-in-law has been challenging the doctors lately, which is bad crazy. We have spent a lot of time at the hospital and skilled nursing
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