Category Archives: Food

Turkey Trek, Turkey Treat

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I get really excited for Thanksgiving.  On top of the joy for a day off of work, we get to indulge in a morning hike at Fremont Older, then I get to really indulge in one of my favorite pastimes – cooking.  The day is filled with comfort food.  Who can resist mushroom stuffing with […]

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Healthy and Heartfelt

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My favorite part of the holiday season is giving.  I delight in coming up with clever ways to stretch a buck and customize gifts, providing something original and from the heart.  A lot can be taught and practiced in doing this – I have improved my sewing skills, learned how to do metal work, become […]

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Squish Smash!

Autumn has all sorts of new sensory opportunities available.  In the last few weeks, people have been visiting pumpkin patches and harvest festivals, enjoying hay rides, the smell of freshly popped corn, and the taste of candy.  As we turn our attention to a season of dormancy, going quickly are the fresh flavors of summer.  […]

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I Want S’More!

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Several times each year, Stroller Hikes participates in huge community events, such as festivals and fairs.  This coming weekend, on Saturday, September 21st, Stroller Hikes will participate for the 7th time at the 8th Annual Blossom Family Picnic, more recently named Birth and Family Fair (BFF).  This year, Mora, Blossom’s director, invited us to do […]

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Ice Scream!

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  July is national ice cream month, so I am told (and also national hot dog month, which dramatically diminishes the importance of the former).  Ronald Reagan picked July to celebrate ice cream, surely the month that sees some of the highest annual temperatures around the country.  Overlooking some other questionable decisions about food (including […]

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