When I studied abroad in Oxford, England, one summer in college, I never managed to sample a true Shepherd’s Pie, despite eating other lamb dishes.
Thanksgiving is perhaps my favorite holiday of the year. I think it’s a combination of perfect weather, a spectacular outdoor color pallet, home-cooked food and time with family.
Recently, I’ve used grapeseed oil to sautee tilapia and whitefish, baste sweet potato fries before baking and make homemade salad dressings.
If you need a little something to complement your tortilla-less Chicken Fajitas, this homemade guac and chips is the perfect answer.
There’s not much I need to say to introduce Chicken Fajitas, sans the tortillas. They’re tasty; they’re healthy; they’re mexican.
Nearly 30 CFA members showed up to sample the eight varieties of chili. Everyone’s recipe was so different, but all were tasty.
The challenge, which is optional for gym-goers, promises a free T-shirt and the chance to win olympic lifting shoes for paleo-ers who remain steadfast for 20 days.
After a weekend of debauched eating at two Halloween parties, a crew of nine from CrossFit Addiction set out for a Sunday hike at Amicalola Falls.
James pulled out his skin-tight, throw-back-to-the-70s baseball uniform, while I opted for a comfy roller girl getup–minus the skates, lest I break my neck.