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Heartlander of the Week: Who’s Coming to Dinner?

This week’s Heartlander is he who is conspicuous by his absence at the Table—Lindsay Graham. According to Quinnipiac, The Donald leads the Republican field. Mr. Graham is not on the list . . . . Northern though I be, I … Continue reading

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Gluten-free Monday: Oat Soda Bread

So, I have returned from hiatus. This hiatus was a working hiatus and a technical difficulties hiatus, not a vacation hiatus. No, no, the past few months have not been a vacation. :-* One of my discoveries during my “Unwired … Continue reading

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Heartlander of the Week: Bead It out

This week’s Heartlanders are those working for the betterment of our waterways by removing microbeads and microplastics. Microplastics are persistent in the environment and can be digested by animals and plants and wind up imbedded in tissues. If they decompose, … Continue reading

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Gluten-free Monday: The Teal Pumpkin Project

Halloween and Trick or Treat is a favorite holiday for children throughout North America. However, like any other food event, it has the potential to be a nightmare for someone with a food allergy or sensitivity—a risk to health and … Continue reading

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Heartlander of the Week: Get ‘er Done!

This week’s Heartlander is Nigeria, for quelling its Ebola outbreak quickly and with relatively low mortality. Only 19 cases, 7 deaths, no new cases since August 31. Technically, Nigeria won’t be considered Ebola free under World public health standards until … Continue reading

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Bottoms Up?

So, news recently, which turns out to be dated, but in a timeless kind of way, that contemporary Americans’ drinking habits run a gamut from none at all to under a bridge. Specifically, the Washington Post recently ran a brief … Continue reading

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Gluten-free Monday: Group Meals

One of the toughest issues I’ve encountered with gluten-intolerance is what to do when faced with a cafeteria or group meal situation. In a sense, I guess I am lucky to have realized my gluten-intolerance later in life, as sometimes … Continue reading

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