On the Menu

in Getting Fit, On the Menu, Recipes


These muffins are very easy and so delicious.  They can be made with or without chocolate chips and depending on the chips you use, vegan or not.  High quality chocolate generally does not contain dairy, but check the ingredients.  My family always asks for them.  Hope yours does, too! For these delicious muffins, you will need the following ingredients: 1/2 cup rolled oats 1 cup…

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in In Our Kitchen, Kids & Family, On the Menu, Recipes


So my kids are those kids; they never buy school lunches, but carry their own. They always have a variety in their lunch bags, use real forks and recyclable containers, including glass, and a real napkin. Yea, their friends always made smart comments, until they beame super jealous. (Did I mention they have made it all the way to their senior year in high school…

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in Home, On the Menu, Triathlon

Nell Stephenson – Paleoista Sherpa

We are so pleased to introduce you to our friend, Nell Stephenson.  Nell, a tri supporter, nutritionist, author, Paleo, educator, and age group Ironman World Championship qualifier AND finisher is above all a great person. We had the pleasure of meeting Nell two years ago at the 70.3 Ironman World Championship; again a case of triathlons bringing people together.  Nell is the author of two…

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in Good Eats, In Our Kitchen, On the Menu, Recipes


My family loves macaroons.  When we travel to destination races and rent a house, I have the ingredients for these shipped, if I know they won’t be readily available.  They are not only yummy and easy, but loaded with goodness.  NO COOKING required. INGREDIENTS 2 cups shredded ,unsweetened coconut 1/2 cup almonds;  grind in the food processor or coffee grinder to your liking.  I do…

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in Home, On the Menu, Triathlon


Nutritional plans can come and go in the triathlete world, especially as it relates to training and race day nutrition. What to eat, when to eat, and in which form can become the center of many conversations when in the company of other triathletes – sports drinks, energy bars, and power foods, oh my.  Just pick up any triathlete magazine and chances are you will…

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in On the Menu, Triathlon


Don’t feel bad if you aren’t vegan, organic, gluten-free, or even remotely fat, sugar or preservative paranoid. Don’t feel self- conscience if you don’t eat enough fruit and bright vegetables. Enjoy the fact that triathletes, unlike most other mortal beings, are more than likely able to get away with indulging in unrestricted eating.  Take a look at what’s on the menu at my house! All…

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