I spotted a couple of Indian sauces on sale, so I decided to give them a try and get out of my palate comfort zone.
The skin of ñame looked much like tree bark, and peeling it with a peeler proved to be quite the task.
Coming back from vacation with an empty fridge meant the first thing on my list was a trip to the grocery store. A couple years ago, when we tabulated how much we spent on groceries each month, we were stunned that the total rang up to $700. Since then, we’ve tried to stick to about […]
A picture is worth a a thousand words, so I’ll spare you too many details and highlight only the good stuff. Our friend Kevin (future Honey Do List extraordinaire) and his wife Nicole traveled from Augusta for a day visit. As fellow CrossFitters with a competitive streak, Kevin challenged everyone to handstand pushups. James followed […]
I grew up Southern suburban. I didn’t milk cows or pick fresh eggs from the hen house, but I was raised on homemade biscuits and casseroles, and my dad always had a garden out back. My parents canned their own jelly, and we even picked up bushels of fresh field peas from Tifton each summer so […]
To his credit, James eats more for fuel than taste, and I could definitely use a few pointers. He’s in tune to his body, knowing when he needs more vegetables or fat in his diet. These manifest themselves in the form of the ‘green drink’ or him taking shots of olive oil (yes, straight from the […]