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Cup O’ Kindness

C'mon, you know the tune. Sing along. Out loud. Or to yourself. Of course, it's meant for out loud group singing. With friends who won't be forgotten. Especially if you stay in touch with them. Which isn't as Yogi Berra-like as it sounds.
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Ginger Snap Granola

Festive and crunchy. Not your everyday granola. Granola you linger over on holiday weekend mornings. Bright and spicy. A wake-up call without coffee. One of the tastiest Ways to get more whole grains in your diet. One of the easiest-to-keep New Year's resolutions.
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The Year On The Trail: 2018

I'm in awe of the these places. Acutely aware of just briefly passing through. Really appreciative to be able to do just that here in 2018
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Roast Beef Hash: The Great Sequel

So tasty, quick and easy. The holiday's best leftover. That Christmas Rib Roast was deeply delicious. If you served reasonable portion sizes, you now have the makings of a great hash. For breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.
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One Enchanted Hike

I'm a waterfall guy. If I was a bird watcher, I'd be in heaven. As it is, I feel transported. Escorted, actually. Escorted by a pair of Scarlet Macaws on an enchanted beach hike to a spectacular waterfall. Can't just sit there on the beach when the forest is so full of wonder.
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Christmas Eve in the south of France

They're enjoying the Gros Souper. The Great Supper. All satisfaction, no deprivation. But not many calories. And a Glycemic Load near zero. It's luscious, it's fragrant. Preparation time: less than 10 minutes. You can do this day after tomorrow. Easily.
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The classic roast beef accompaniment for Christmas, when they go by the name Yorkshire Pudding. Either Way, popovers manage to be amazingly light, rich and easy to make.
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