I’ve run races on roads, on trails, and I’ve certainly done plenty of stair races. The race I did on Saturday, though, combined all of those disciplines, and more! My finishers medal was well-earned… and earning it required doing things I’ve never done before.
My friend Mat sent me a really interesting recipe a few weeks ago, for blistered cucumbers, and I just had to try it. It caught my attention because cucumbers are one of the vegetables that you rarely, if ever, see cooked. And this recipe involves cooking them in a really interesting way. Count me in! Read the rest of this entry »
This kinda looks like a lasagna, but it’s not.
Actually, it’s very similar to a lasagna, in that it has layers of ingredients. But this is a zucchini bake, and it’s lacking two major components that a lasagna has: noodles, and sauce.
I’m done talking about what it doesn’t have, though, I’d rather Read the rest of this entry »
30 races down, 10 more to go!
2019 is all about racing. I’m celebrating my 40th birthday by competing in 40 races. It’s my #40years40races Challenge!
This challenge is physically exhausting, but it also requires a lot of planning. So I’m thrilled to be 3/4ths done with it, with over four months left in the year!
I’ve been keeping a running total of Read the rest of this entry »
I love trying new things, especially when they are healthy foods or ingredients, or produce items I’ve never seen before. I’ve recently tried a variety of new things that I’m going to share in this post – and keep reading until the end, because there’s a new item that I have vowed never ever to eat… even though it’s tempting!
Let’s start with… Read the rest of this entry »
I love podcasts. I subscribe to a couple dozen, and listen to them while I’m walking my dog, driving around town, and I make sure to load up on them for my road trips. So it really was an honor to be interviewed for a new weight loss themed podcast called “The Fat Guy Forum” – and I can’t wait for you to listen!
“The Fat Guy Forum” is hosted by Read the rest of this entry »
My last post was all a recap of the Pine Mountain 500 – an awesome race that ended with a dash up 500 steps. What I left out of that post was the logistics… how I traveled 15 hours in the car, over 2 days, all so I could participate!
It was a whirlwind two days, and I took lots of pictures. Read the rest of this entry »