Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Recipe: Winter Crisp

We have a feeling this recipe will hit the spot for most our readers. On a week with projected snow, a warm treat is just the thing to keep our spirits up. We like this dessert because it’s low in fat and contains ingredients that sweeten the treat without hiking…
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Recipe: Berry Special Pork Chops

One week from today, we’ll be waking up from tryptophan-induced naps and looking into the refrigerator for round 3 of leftovers. If you have leftovers, but are a little tired of turkey, this recipe is definitely for you… Berry Special Pork Chops 4 – 4 ounce loin chops, trimmed of fat 1⁄4…
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Recipe: Zucchini-Carrot Muffins

We promised to feature healthier versions of comfort foods this winter, and next on the list are muffins! Of course delicious warm muffins = carbohydrates and carbohydrates seem to be on everyone’s naughty list. But not all carbohydrates are created equal! Carbohydrates are a necessary macronutrient. Your body needs some carbohydrates for energy! The…
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Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower

Invariably, as the temperatures decrease, our cravings for comfort food increase! During the long months we huddle indoors, comfort food seems to encourage the warmth and conversation that guards our mental health. And unfortunately, these foods often get a (well-deserved) bad rap. Comfort foods are often high in fats, salts, sugars, and carbohydrates– but they don’t have to…
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Recipe: Georgia Sweet Potato Stew – Kid Friendly!

Honey-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are in season, and right behind pumpkins, these are our favorite fall veggie. The color, texture, and sweetness create a unique appeal, and provide incredible versatility. In the fall you’ll often find us with a pile of homemade sweet potato fries (baked!) sprinkled with cinnamon as a healthy snack and alternative to…
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Recipe: Baked Apples + Seasonal Treats

If you’re anything like us, you already have a bag of Halloween candy stashed in anticipation of some not-so-scary ghouls and goblins. And if you’re anything like us, the scariest thing about Halloween is how that bag speaks to us from its hiding place! As adults, it’s important to relish the amazing treats nature provides each…
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Fall Recipe: Roasty Toasty Potatoes

We found ourselves in need of a quick side dish this week. And as side dishes go, they need to be flavorful and filling (and did we mention quick). How do you do this without massive quantities of cheese?! Enter herbs and spices. They are THE solution for flavor (without the calories),…
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