By Laura Stec
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About this blog: I've been attracted to food for good and bad reasons for many years. From eating disorder to east coast culinary school, food has been my passion, profession & nemesis. I've been a sugar addict, a 17-year vegetarian, a food and en... (More)
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Learny Journey ? Three Times A Day
Apr 8, 2014 11:06 pm
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I've never been a Girl Scout, or even a Brownie, so I didn't know about the Scout "journey" until recently. I like the name journey over project. Projects are... More
Mar 18, 2014 6:45 pm
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I love leftovers. You know, sloppy seconds.
Stop - I'm back talking food.
While some eaters have a strong aversion to eating day one food on day two, I welcome... More
I Just Ate Beets for the First Time
Apr 2, 2014 9:57 am
Comments: 19 | Views: 56,824
"I just ate beets for the first time two days ago."
This statement was recently emailed to me by a 30-something Food Partier! It stopped me in my tracks. How... More
Is Coffee a Date?
May 21, 2015 7:00 am
Comments: 25 | Views: 52,967
"I don't feel going out to coffee is a date, do you? I don't like to date guys at my gym, but got cornered into saying yes to coffee to a guy. Gyms are my place... More
Eggs with Legs
Oct 23, 2013 7:02 am
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Eggs and bacon walk into a bar. Egg says, "Bartender, we want a drink!" Bartender says, "Get outta here ? I don't serve breakfast."
Back in the kitchen this... More
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