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"Code Brown!" professionals by flakymn Posted Sat 29 Sep 2012 6:18am When it comes to gross mom moments, it's hard to rank them in order. There was the time that my dear little Isaac threw up all over at me when I was home for a long night by myself with his new little brother and our crazy puppy while husband was doing one of his 100-hour-residency-work-weeks. And there was also the time that Abigail had di ... Read on »
U.N. report warns toxic brown haze has devastating effect by Raw Cuisine Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Dec 2008 3:55am A noxious cocktail of soot, smog and toxic chemicals is blotting out the sun, fouling the lungs of millions of people and altering weather patterns in large parts of Asia, according to a report released Thursday by the United Nations. By ANDREW JACOBS The New York Times A satellite image shows a dense blanket of polluted air over centra ... Read on »
Indiana Army National Guard Troops Exposed To Toxins In Southern Iraq. Kellogg, Brown & Root Possibly Knew Of Toxins And Dangers by k Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Jan 2009 4:35pm Indiana National Guard Soldiers were deployed to Iraq in 2003 at the beginning of the war. Some were assigned to protect Kellogg, Brown and Root, also known as KBR at a water treatment plant in southern Iraq. Some of these soldiers developed tumors, rashes and a rare form of lung cancer. At least one soldier has died from the lung cancer already ... Read on »
GUACAMOLE AND BROWN RICE TORTILLA CHIPS by Stacy M. Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:04pm I love to snack and there is no better snack than guacamole! Guacamole can be used as a dip and is great as a salad dressing when mixed with a little extra-virgin olive oil. It is simple to make and is full of nutritious ingredients. My first food preparation assignment when I was becoming a nutrition educator involved making guacamole, and belo ... Read on »
Boston Brown Bread by Abby White Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:02pm Good Evening! I hope everyone had a great Friday.  I am so excited for the weekend!  We don't have a whole lot planned except for a trip to Book People on Sunday, October 11th where Chef John Besh will be doing a book signing gig for his new cookbook My New Orleans: The Cookbook.  It is a gorgeous cookbook and we held off purchasing it  becaus ... Read on »
Warm and Spicy Creole Chicken and Peppers Over Brown Rice by Mother RImmy Posted Sun 06 Dec 2009 11:54am How are you doing with our challenge to keep the holiday weight gain down this year? So far, so good, I hope! I find spicy food so satisfying. Creole seasoning is tops on my list when it comes to cooking chicken for dinner. The combination of paprika, thyme, oregano, cayenne, etc. is perfect for this dish of peppers, black beans, onion and chic ... Read on »
Brown Rice Goodness by activegalsara Posted Sat 06 Feb 2010 7:27pm What a day! Nothing turned out as planned and my whole scheduled got turned around. The worst partI didn't get a workout in. I had about 30 minutes of free time at home so I did a makeshift workout-50 power lunges -3 sets of 25 squats -25 girl push ups -3 sets of 10 pulls up (we have one of those total gym pull up bars) That was my ... Read on »
Brown Sugar Oat Muffins by Alaina Pozzy Posted Wed 19 Jan 2011 10:46pm Today I am feeling better. I’m still not 100% but I am feeling and sounding better than the last few days. My throat is still sore but my lungs aren’t aching with every single cough. This morning David went grocery shopping and I had him pick up some Vans Whole Grain waffles. I needed something other than oatmeal this morning. I to ... Read on »
Guest Blogger – Elizabeth Brown On Raising a Child While Fighting a Disease by Lana B. Facebook Posted Tue 10 Jul 2012 12:00am On Raising a Child While Fighting a Disease by Elizabeth Brown The disease announced itself after giving birth. It often does in women. My daughter was born in October 2007. But right when I needed the most strength, my life force was pulled from my body like a magenta yarn from a weaver’s spool, slowly at first then with an unrele ... Read on »
Nigel Slater's Hot Cheese Muffins & Apples with Butter & Brown Sugar: Comfort Food for Food 'N Flix September: "Toast" by DebinHawaii Posted Thu 26 Sep 2013 3:21am Toast , (based on the autobiography Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger by British Chef Nigel Slater), is our Food 'N Flix movie pick for September, hosted by Anne-Marie of This Mama Cooks. Toast is the ultimate in foodie films, telling of the journey of a young boy who "never ate a vegetable that didn't come out of a can" to a talented a ... Read on »