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    My Dad’s Story, He Went Bald At 40

    My Dad was bald by 40. His dad was bald by 50. His Grandfather was bald somewhere in the middle of 40 and 50. I remember he would grab a spoon and say “this is a bald man’s brush” and I even saw jokes about a ‘bald man’s brush” It was funny at the time, but in retrospect I realize how much it effected my Dad and his self confidence. Later in life, I decided to get my dad a wig, as a joke again. We laughed and laughed, as it was a Halloween present and we took my kids trick or treating. We could barely even recognize him! Some…

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    This Easy Keto Tip Saved Me From My Own Bad Habits

    Honestly, it was way too long before I even identified it was a problem. I personally recommend Keto lifestyle to anyone around me. Most of those who have tried are amazed with how everything has changed for them, and I am always happy when they share the wonderful news with me. Next thing I do is I share with them the most important Keto tip that has saved me from my own bad habits. And, I say it as loud as a I can. With CAPITAL letters. STAY HYDRATED! I recommend hydrating during the day by drinking 32 oz of water within the first hours of waking and another 38…

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    2011 Food Festivals: Mountain Region

    Click on the map for an interactiveguide to foodfestivals in this region, or choosea state to learn about specific events: ArizonaColoradoIdahoMontanaNew MexicoNevadaUtahWyoming (Click hereto return to the full U.S. map)ArizonaAgua Linda, Ariz.June 1012Visit the festival online Garlic and Onion Festival The Agua Linda Farm in Arizona is famous for this annual celebration. Visit the farm store for fresh garlic and onions, enjoy live music, and chow down on a variety of festival treats, all featuring the two famously pungent crops. Admission is $5 a car.Cant make it there? Try this favorite at home:Heirloom Tomato Salad on Grilled Bruschetta(Back to map)Scottsdale, Ariz.Oct. 15Visit the festival online Arizona Taco Festival Teams seek…

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    Cookbook Giveaway #5: 1,000 Vegan Recipes and Dairy-Free Hollandaze Sauce

    Ten years ago, who would’ve ever thought we would see the day when someone could compile 1000 vegan recipes that truly tasted good. And the author of 1,000 Vegan Recipes, Robin Robertson, confesses that they actually had trouble narrowing it down to just one thousand! Having sampled the Creamy Artichoke Dressing, Maple-Glazed Pecans, and Five-Spice Walnuts recipes, Read More

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    Sheryl Crow on How Cancer Taught Her to Slow Down and Love Life

    Sheryl Crow‘s world came to a screeching halt the day she was diagnosed with breast cancer.“It was a real game changer,” the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter says of her 2006 diagnosis. “I’ve looked at my life differently from that moment forward.”Since undergoing a lumpectomy and several rounds of radiation, the mom to two boys has revamped her diet, learned to […]

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    Does Cooking Asparagus Seem Difficult? Not Anymore!

    Does cooking asparagus look tricky to you? Just try it, and you won’t regret it! It might seem difficult, but it isn’t! It’s a quick and easy dish if you make it the simple way. Perhaps the most challenging way is to use it in a quiche! “Asparagus should be served as a separate course, that’s… Read More

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    Latte Who? Ways to Use Pumpkin Spice in Your Dishes

    What season is it? If your answer was: pumpkin spice season, then you’re totally right! This flavor is reigning supreme right now and you can see it everywhere. But if you’re more into making things at home, here’s how to use pumpkin spice in your meals. Once upon a time, pumpkin spice used to be… Read More

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    Hummingbird Cake That Will Make Your Dairy-Free Taste Buds Flutter

    Hummingbird Cake was first submitted to Southern Living in 1978 by Mrs. L.H. Wiggins of Greensboro, North Carolina. And it has since become the magazine’s most popular Southern cake recipe of all time. Interestingly, they credit the cake’s amazing texture to the fact that it is dairy free! “… oil is used instead of butter Read More

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    10 Potluck Dishes That Will Steal The Show

    Jennifer Segal is the chef and photographer behind Once Upon a Chef, a family-friendly recipe blog featuring tested and perfected recipes with step-by-step photos.Wow the crowd with these no-fail potluck recipes!1. Cocktail Meatballs – Throw away those old kitschy cocktail meatball recipes that call for grape jelly and frozen meatballs—these are easy-to-make and so much better. […]