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So You Want to Write a Cookbook

I’m not the first and certainly won’t be the last to memorialize a writing experience, by well, writing about it. I have dreamed of writing a cookbook for years. Most of my adult life. The promise of printing a cookbook from a list of collected recipes was one of the reasons I purchased the software […]

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7 Ways to Love Your Valentine Beyond the Holiday

Valentine’s Day was the first holiday to roll around when my husband and I started dating, this will be our 27th. He made quite an impression that first year with gifts, perfume, flowers, dinner … our relationship was new, and he was in wooing-mode. We were married later that year, and as usual, enthusiasm for […]

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It’s a Matter of Taste: Supertasters and Food Preference

Are you ever confused by recipe comments that go something like this? “This was bland, needed to add …” When the next comment is: “We loved it, can’t wait to make it again!” Or the range of opinions over a single entree. “Too sweet.” “Too spicy!” “Perfectly seasoned.” How is it possible the same recipe is […]

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Savoring Words with 12 Useful Writing Sites: Feature Fridays

I savor choice words like fine wine and soul-satisfying food. Word games, word puzzles, word pictures, you name it, I’m there. So when I stumbled upon this Daily Zen List of 12 Useful Websites to Improve Your Writing, I had to share. I know my fellow word nerds will understand (and thank me). Check it out, […]

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Summer Refuge

In May, just about the time everyone was ready to plunk their plants in the ground, we had an awful hail storm. Devastating, in fact, to anyone or any nursery with unprotected plants and Lowe’s was one of them. Some nurseries simply discarded the damaged plants and filed an insurance claim, but Lowe’s put them […]

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Guest Post by April at The 21st Century Housewife: 5 Ways to Bless Someone Recovering From Illness or Surgery

Over the next eight weeks it will be a pleasure to introduce you to a few of the bloggers I adore. Actually, if I were to string together guest posts of all the bloggers I admire, you wouldn’t hear from me again until late summer. Ah, summer … that word sounds so good right now!  […]

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Where I’ve Been and Hope for What’s Ahead

  Have you missed me? I have missed me. That might sound silly, but when dealing with a health issue over a long period of time you miss the things you used to do and how you used to feel; you may not even recognize yourself. It has been pretty quiet here at Savoring Today […]

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The Sweeter Side of Candida Book Launch Giveaway — This week!

A few weeks ago, Paula Miller, blogger at Whole Intentions, contacted me to see if I would be interested in helping to promote a book she co-authored with Sarah Ives, The Sweeter Side of Candida. Paula and I share a common Food Philosophy, so it was exciting to see her new book and sign on […]

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D.C. Plan B

October 2nd I had the pleasure of tagging along on a business trip with my husband to Washington D.C. The plan was pretty simple, enjoy 5 days in a luxury hotel, visit museums, and dine at as many fine restaurants as possible. I had only two sites on my list, the American History Museum and […]

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An Important Key to Savoring Health: Heal Your Gut

I can tell you from personal experience it is difficult to savor anything when dealing with discomfort or pain in my stomach. My first introduction to the importance of intestinal health was when I read The Maker’s Diet by Jordan Rubin years ago. His book made a lasting impression on us and how we maintain […]

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