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Recipe: Rainbow Coleslaw

Summer is rapidly approaching! That means you’ll probably be hosting or attending a barbecue sooner or later. What’s better than being outside with friends and family and the smoky smell of charcoal and wood chip embers wafting through the air? Wow, my stomach is growling just thinking about it! Barbecues…
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10 Tips for Eating Out!

Do you cook from scratch more than fifty percent of the time? Me neither. Veggies seem to go bad fast for busy people and even faster when there’s just one (or two) to cook for. I feel it’s the veggie’s own way of protesting in support of the slow food…
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Recipe: Bell Pepper and Vidalia Onion Strata with Fresh Salsa

Are you in need of a new recipe to impress your friends and family at brunch? Look no further! This Bell Pepper and Vidalia Onion Strata is a great way to put together a quick brunch. The combination of eggs and veggies is an awesome source of protein, vitamins, and minerals….
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Let’s Get Physically Active…Outdoors!

By Kristen Sumpter, M.A., Fulton County Extension Agent – FACS Whether you live in Atlanta or South Georgia, you are likely to spend 80 to 90 percent of your life indoors.1 The real question is – so what? Is this a bad thing? This is where we find running water,…
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Recipe: Fruity Frozen Treats

As the temperature goes up and the thermostat goes down, I think it’s safe to say we’re ALL looking for ways to beat the heat. This week’s recipe will help you do just that! Fruity frozen treats are a quick and nutritious way to cool off on a hot day….
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Go: Sweetwater Creek State Park + Mother’s Day Lake Paddle

Wow, it’s such a busy time of the year! Mother’s Day is coming up and graduation is just around the corner. That’s all the more reason to find some time to relax. Sweetwater Creek State Park is just the place to balance yourself and find some tranquility. This park boasts a dazzling…
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