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Peanut Butter Kale

Last week, I "tweeted" about what is currently one of my favorite meals. Some were intrigued. Some were grossed out. The skepticism is understandable - the ingredients include kale, peanut butter, and garlic. As I suggested last week (and a few agreed), I may be demented, but it's worth a try. Unless, of course, you're allergic to peanuts. It's not that good!

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Gear Highlight: Winter Riding Apparel

Riding outdoors in the winter in New England can be quite a challenge. If we're lucky enough to just have the cold and not the snow, dressing becomes a feat of its own. You pull out every article of cycling clothing that you own, put each piece on, one layer at a time, and attempt to head out the door only to find that you can't. You can't get your arms down! (a la A Christmas Story)

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Archive for January 2012

Last week, I "tweeted" about what is currently one of my favorite meals. Some were intrigued. Some were grossed out. The skepticism is understandable - the ingredients include kale, peanut butter, and garlic. As I suggested last week (and a few agreed), I may be demented, but it's worth a try. Unless, of course, you're allergic to peanuts. It's not that good!

Riding outdoors in the winter in New England can be quite a challenge. If we're lucky enough to just have the cold and not the snow, dressing becomes a feat of its own. You pull out every article of cycling clothing that you own, put each piece on, one layer at a time, and attempt to head out the door only to find that you can't. You can't get your arms down! (a la A Christmas Story)

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Recent Comments

Cortney Martin
4 years ago
What an ordeal, glad you are on the mend and that it was not worse, but how frustrating that an inattentive rider in a pack would be the cause. I took one of those sleepers to/from Boston and it is unbelievably tiny and I was also not a fan of the "private loo"! Rest up and recover!
Cortney Martin
4 years ago
What an ordeal, glad you are on the mend and that it was not worse, but how frustrating that an inattentive rider in a pack would be the cause. I took one of those sleepers to/from Boston and it is unbelievably tiny and I was also not a fan of the "private loo"! Rest up and recover!