Tips for Running in Hot Weather

running in hot weather

Tips for Running in Hot Weather I’m a Florida girl, so I run in the heat pretty much year-round. But even for those of us who are accustomed to exercising in warmer temperatures, running in the summer heat requires some additional measures. Here are some tips for running in hot weather: 1. Pick the right time of day. Ideally, you should run early in the morning, before the sun rises. If you can’t run early, run as late in the evening as possible. And remember that whenever you run in ...

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Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe

Egg salad is great for sandwiches on crackers or on a bed of lettuce

Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe Eggs are an inexpensive staple. In many grocery stores, you can get a dozen for less than $2. Fresh eggs usually sell for between $2 and $3 per dozen depending on the size and breed of the laying hen. If you are lucky enough to know a farmer with chickens, you can enjoy flavorful and healthy eggs gathered at the peak of freshness. These farm fresh eggs are usually light to medium brown in color and have larger egg whites and yolks than white, grocery store eggs. ...

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Different Ways to Grow Your Own Food

vegetable at home

Different Ways to Grow Your Own Food How to garden at home I absolutely LOVE my garden! My son, who was three at the time, melted my heart this summer when he said "Mom isn't it so great that we can grow and pick the food that we eat?" This is how to Garden at home.  I will tell you when you decide to grow a garden one of the things to consider is what grows when. What will work in your area and what do you need to get started. We have a great printable on what grows when. This will help you ...

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Summer Squash Sauce Recipe

healthy squash sauce

Summer Squash Sauce Hopefully you are enjoying some fresh summer vegetables! Today we are giving you another squash recipe since they are the most abundant vegetable! Thanks to Connie for this recipe. During the summer months, I tend to make fresh vegetables the base for all my meals. Whatever meat accompanies the veggies is usually grilled or quickly sautéed. When veggies are at their freshest, they are the most tasty and nutritious. Summer Squash Sauce is particularly delicious and fresh ...

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Russian Tea Cakes Recipe

Russian Tea Cakes

Russian Tea Cakes Recipe I have a request for the Russian Tea Cakes recipe I wrote about yesterday. These are my favorite cookies that I make every year. They are easy to make and I love how they are bite size! Mason helped me make mine this year. He really enjoys helping me bake or cook. We didn't get perfectly round balls as the result, but the taste is scrumptious! Mrs. Roelle's Russian Tea Cakes ...

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Grilled T-bone Steaks With Sweet & Savory Sauce

Grilled T-bone Steaks

Grilled T-bone Steaks With Sweet & Savory Sauce Get the grill out! This recipe looks really good with fresh vegetables and a grilled steak. This recipe will be a hit all summer as we will soon have zucchini and carrots fresh from our garden. Thanks to Beef It's Whats for Dinner for this recipe. Check out their site for more Summer of Sizzle recipes and tips on grilling. Grilled T-bone Steaks With Sweet & Savory Sauce Total Recipe Time: 45 to 50 minutes 2 beef T-bone steaks, ...

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Add Some Zip to Your Hamburger: Caesar Burger Recipe

Summer Grilling Caeasar Burger Recipe

Summer is the season for grilling out, no doubt!  Hamburgers, hotdogs, potato salad, and watermelon will be served at picnics and family gatherings all summer long. While there is nothing like a good ole hamburger grilled over charcoal, there are a couple things you can do to spice up the original. The most basic trick is to add 1 T. Worcestershire sauce and 1 T. grill seasoning to 1 lb. ground beef before forming 4 patties. Always flavor your beef, then patty them, then refrigerate until ready ...

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Crockpot Crab and Corn Chowder

Crockpot Crab and Corn Chowder

Crockpot Crab and Corn Chowder I get a lot of magazines. The one magazine that I love is Family Circle. I got this super recipe that I wanted to share with you. Here is what I would change. I would use frozen corn. It was difficult to get the corn off the cob when the kids were starving. Our son can't eat seafood so I took some out of the crockpot for him and his sister before I added the crab. The other thing I would change is I would hide the leftovers from my husband. This soup was ...

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Pineapple Angel Food Cake Recipe

slice of pineapple angel food cake

Easter is coming and along with it a sorts of temptations that can destroy your best efforts to stay on track with your healthy lifestyle. For me it is so much harder if I try to avoid sweets altogether. But I am also not good at eating just one piece of chocolate or having a small slice of cake. I love cake! Any kind of cake really. So I came across this recipe for pineapple angel food cake that has been shared by many in cyberspace. I thought I would give it a try as a healthier option for ...

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Super Bowl Preparation on a Budget – Easy Pesto Bread Recipe

Baked cheesy pesto bread appetizer

The theme for the Money Saving Monday at Inexpensively is the Super Bowl. When I hear the words "Super Bowl" my first thought is food! Specifically, I think appetizers. I know all of you football fans are rolling your eyes, but you have to have tasty food! If you are hosting a Super Bowl party, keep your budget in mind. There are several appetizer type dishes you can make without spending a lot of money. If you are planning a full menu, plan a meal that easily feeds a crowd with little ...

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