Monthly Archives: February 2018

Chicken Stew

I’m a big fan of stews and braises as they’re cheap and easy to make and can be quite nutritious and flavorful. This chicken stew was made with half a bottle of cheap red wine, a fairly inexpensive “stewing hen” … Continue reading

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Dressed for success

  This is what dressing for success for a 1.5 hour recreational ride at 15 degrees looks like (I have no idea who’s ugly toes those are ;-)). Continuing with the Getting Around Using pedals theme. I really hate the … Continue reading

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Picked Mustard Seeds

I’m a big fan of uncomplicated cooking and pickling, which can be summed up as: Vinegar, salt, sugar, soak, is pretty darn uncomplicated. Pickled mustard seeds have a lovely sharp and bright flavor that helps get me though the long … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Gloves

Since there are a ton a resources about selecting a bike for yourself out there I’m going to skip over that part of Getting Around Using Pedals. I do want to talk about some of the kit that could come … Continue reading

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