Having fought with traditional polystyrene coolers for many years taking picnic lunches to Lake Lanier, Lake Allatoona, and other lovely places around Atlanta, I was tired of breaking and replacing the inexpensive but frustrating coolers. I was anxious to try the recycooler. Continue reading
Being a huge fan of Chick-fil-A and Truett Cathy’s faith-based business model, I was curious about Malloch’s thoughts on how other virtuous businesses sustain. His compilation and explanation of how faith-based businesses work and thrive was enlightening. The behind-the-scenes working models were educational. Continue reading
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If you don’t do much cooking with eggs as the main ingredient, now is a great time to experiment with recipes using versatile eggs. During Georgia Egg Month, Atlantans are busy cooking tasty meals using eggs. The entire month of May is a great time to get cooking and discover some new ways to use organic eggs that will become your favorites. Continue reading
The number of Mexican restaurants around metro Atlanta is proof that Atlantans love good Mexican cuisine. Many people believe that good Mexican and Latin cooking is too difficult and time consuming to prepare and they choose to eat out rather than cook at home. Continue reading
Many people requested recipes using fresh mint. After the article, “How to deal with pesky mint in your yard” was posted, more people appreciate mint. Experiment with mint and you will find lots of ways to use it. Use organic ingredients whenever you can. Here are some favorite recipes: Continue reading
Mint is truly southern. The mere utterance of the words “Mint Julep” brings to mind Atlantans sitting on their front porches, enjoying the shade, and sipping on glorious concoctions made from beloved mint. However, there are many people who cringe at the mention of mint Continue reading
The star performer in much of my cooking is basil. It is a favorite of mine because it refuses to let even the heaviest sauce overpower it. The most commonly available variety is Sweet basil (Ocinum basilicum) and its flavor is described by some people as a Continue reading