• Another delicious way to incorporate freshly picked apples into your meals, in a way that doesn’t involve sweets. Apple sauce! I just had to make this meal after we went apple picking and was glad when we finally did it. I picked up a few pork chops, rice and green beans and used the apple sauce I already made. We seasoned the chops with just some salt and pepper and cooked them on the stovetop. B and I both agreed that the cool apple sauce would taste delicious against the hot chops and we were right. It was refreshing and delicious. 

    Another delicious way to incorporate freshly picked apples into your meals, in a way that doesn’t involve sweets. Apple sauce! I just had to make this meal after we went apple picking and was glad when we finally did it. I picked up a few pork chops, rice and green beans and used the apple sauce I already made. We seasoned the chops with just some salt and pepper and cooked them on the stovetop. B and I both agreed that the cool apple sauce would taste delicious against the hot chops and we were right. It was refreshing and delicious. 

    Dec
    23
    2011
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This blog initially served as my day-to-day training record for the 2010 New York City Marathon with a little bit about how I have fun in the city. I finished my first marathon in 4:17:48 and had the time of my life. I also raised over $2000 for Camp Casey. Post marathon this blog followed some of my continued healthy endeavors and races and will provide me with a place to record great running articles, quotes or facts I read. Now, as I embark on my second marathon adventure, follow me as I work toward a lifelong goal - running the Boston Marathon!
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