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The Good Life Revival Podcast explores the ways that we can align our core values and our daily habits towards a more sustainable, ecologically conscious way of life. Join host Sam Sycamore in discussion about living intentionally, finding purpose in the modern era, and taking meaningful action to heal the world by healing ourselves.
 
Darren and Dermot are two Irish housemates who want to get better at life. They know it's possible to thrive in their personal, social and professional lives, but they keep getting distracted by urgent tasks, social media and bright shiny objects. In this podcast they will commit to a monthly challenge to keep them focused. Join them and you too could become a total legend at life!
 
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Four Tips To Pick The Best Watermelon Hey y’all! It’s summer and I’m craving a watermelon. I’m off to the grocery store to pick the juiciest, best-tasting watermelon there is. Come with me and learn how to pick your own. Here are my four tips for picking the sweetest, juiciest watermelon you can. Tip #1 Look For a Large Field Spot Number one, look …
 
“I live on good soup, not on fine words.” Those are words of wisdom from the 17th Century French playwright, actor, and poet, Moliére. But he’s a thoroughly modern man and incredible visionary when it comes to soup. Modern Goodness One of the easiest weeknight meals to make is soup, but our culture seems a bit disinclined towards this almost ancien…
 
Homemade Granola What do you think of when you hear the word granola? Do you think California? Hippie movement? Health food? Granola has ties to all three. Recent History Two Californians emerge as the modern-day proponents of this crunchy, delectable food. Wayne Schlotthauer in Chico, CA, was making a wheat-based granola as far back as 1957 using …
 
History and Health Benefits of Pure Maple Syrup From trees to jars and jugs, maple syrup is a sweet yet surprisingly healthy addition to recipes and breakfast meals. Because of its price tag, you may have bypassed this beautiful, remarkably good-for-you syrup in favor of a cheaper imitation. Read the label. That imitation syrup is filled with high-…
 
A Homemade Buttermilk Biscuit Recipe Fit For a King A friend of mine got a job in a biscuit factory. He kneaded the dough. Ok, that pun’s not mine but it’s a fun way to talk about one of my favorite subjects – homemade buttermilk biscuits. The Biscuit Lady My last rotation in culinary school was working the pizza station in the school restaurant. Y…
 
A Brief Bit of Biscuit History I can smell it now: The aroma of biscuits baking in the oven. And not the kind that you pop out of a can! Rising to The Occasion So just what is the history of the humble biscuit? Well, it begins way before supermarkets began peddling cylinders of refrigerated dough. You can thank Mr. Lively B. Willoughby for patentin…
 
Easy Weeknight Chili Recipe Ready for a bowl of weeknight goodness? Give this easy chili recipe a try that’s perfect for a weeknight. What does a German immigrant who owned The Phoenix Saloon in a central Texas town to have to do with a red, spicy powder that’s a base ingredient in chili? Everything. William Gebhardt’s Obsession With a Good Bowl of…
 
The History of Chili: The Official Texas State Dish Everyone recognizes the state flag of Texas with its lone star. And you may know that the official state flower is the bluebonnet. But did you know that Texas also has a state dish? It’s chili. How did chili become the iconic food symbol for this lovely and very large state? Tall Tales and Legends…
 
Brown Rice With Sage and Walnuts If you’re someone who thinks “I gotta eat brown rice, because it’s healthier for me, but it’s not my favorite,” today’s recipe is for you. In addition to possibly thinking that brown rice is a drudge to eat, there are two additional challenges to overcome to select it as a part of your weeknight menu. Why Brown Rice…
 
Sage Advice: Try This Trusty And Flavorful Herb A sage can be defined as a person of profound wisdom. And who knows? You may be considered one if you decide to serve a meal with this aromatic and flavorful herb. Wisdom of the Ages The word sage is derived from the Latin word salvia which means “to heal.” The Romans recognized sage as a “holy herb” …
 
It's a win-win for your local landfill and your wallet when you cook more to reduce food waste and save money. Read these four tips to do just that. The post Cook More: Reduce Food Waste. Save Money. appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
It's time for a fruit salad revolution! Try this Fruit and Yogurt Salad that takes advantage of in-season fruit and packs a protein punch with Greek yogurt. The post Fresh, Healthy Fruit and Yogurt Salad appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
Ditch the mill-stone New Year's resolutions. Instead, learn to live with VISION where your day-to-day choices are inspired by your soul. The post Live With VISION, Not Resolutions appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
Simmer this easily assembled beef and beer stew in the oven, on the stovetop, or in your crockpot. Serve it with crusty bread or cornbread. The post Easy Weeknight Beef and Beer Stew appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
What are you doing with your life? What are you trying to accomplish? Where is this all going? Do you even have a goal? Do you have a retirement plan? Do you have a savings account? What happens when you get sick? What are you going to do when your truck breaks down on the side of the road? When are you going to become a productive member of societ…
 
Luke McLaughlin doesn’t want to teach you wilderness survival skills. He wants to guide you through the process of remembering your ancestral human nature. Make no mistake — though he’ll tell you that the technology typically amounts to little more than “playing with bones and stones,” these rhythms and motions that our ancestors honed across count…
 
Step out of the whirlwind of life. Understanding the purpose of cooking is the key to busting the myth that cooking for one is hard! The post Busting the Myth That Cooking For One is Hard appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
The acorn is one of the most common and ubiquitous nuts you’re likely to encounter almost anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere in autumn. Somehow, tragically, the vast majority of people on Earth today think of acorns as little more than “squirrel food,” despite the fact that they are easily rendered edible for humans after some basic processing. In…
 
Seeing with new eyes in the kitchen means cooking is a delicious adventure that will have you looking a carrots in a whole new way. The post Seeing with New Eyes in the Kitchen appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
Live life in the present at the table with family and friends. Lean into the moment, make memories, and cherish relationships. The post Live Life in the Present at the Table appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
Whether the status quo is prepared to admit it or not, climate change is not some mysterious future event looming on the horizon — it is already happening, here, now. So: how will you choose to respond? In this episode of the Good Life Revival Podcast, I revisit last week’s topic of climate change grief, and whether we ought to let go of the hope o…
 
Enjoy this winsome, delicious spaghetti sauce on a weeknight. Assemble it, let it simmer an hour, catch up on life in the meantime, then enjoy! The post The Most Delicious Weeknight Spaghetti Sauce appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
Give this cheesy cornbread with jalapeños a try. Then you'll learn why this humble and delicious quickbread is a staple in kitchens across the south. The post Cheesy Cornbread with Jalapeños appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
We’ve analyzed the data. We’ve seen the models and the projections. The facts are grim, and the reality on the ground (for some, not all — yet) is even grimmer still: Global anthropogenic climate disruption is leading to social and political unrest as it causes ecological instability and begins to render regions of the planet inhospitable to humans…
 
Engaging in small acts of creativity everyday provides a feeling of flourishing. Soothe your busy life: Get creative in the kitchen and COOK! The post How To Soothe Your Busy Life: COOK! appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The Table
 
For those nights that you need a go-to meal when you feel like your "going to pot", try chili mac. This dish is delicious and fast, just what you need! The post Go to Town on a Go-to Meal, Try Chili Mac appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Sandra Lewis
 
Picture, in your mind’s eye, a map of the United States of America. What do you see? If you’re like most of us, you’re probably picturing an outline of the contiguous United States, the so-called “lower 48.” You might also be picturing Alaska up there in the top left corner, and Hawai’i somewhere out there in the Pacific. Now let me ask you: Why we…
 
I dream of a quiet man who explains nothing and defends nothing, but only knows where the rarest wildflowers are blooming, and who goes, and finds that he is smiling not by his own will. "I Dream of a Quiet Man" by Wendell Berry, from Given.Από τον The Good Life Revival Podcast - Sam Sycamore
 
Rob Avis is a petroleum engineer-turned-permaculture designer with many years of boots-on-the-ground experience in developing regenerative living systems. He runs the Canadian design company Verge Permaculture, as well as the consulting firm Adaptive Habitat. For this installment of the show, Rob joins me to talk about Essential Rainwater Harvestin…
 
Linger longer at the table with these four tips that will make short work of kitchen cleanup. No love of cleaning the kitchen necessary! The post Make Short Work of Kitchen Cleanup appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Sandra Lewis
 
These fabulously tasty and fun Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Peanut Sauce are perfect for weeknight cooking. Customize each roll to your heart's desire. The post Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Peanut Sauce appeared first on Life At The Table.Από τον Sandra Lewis
 
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