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This Mulligatawny Soup is a traditional curry soup with origins in Indian cuisine and it's deeply satisfying, comforting and delicious. Mildly spicy, creamy, loaded with chicken and apples, simply incredible!

This Mulligatawny Soup is a traditional curry soup with origins in Indian cuisine and it's deeply satisfying, comforting and delicious. Mildly spicy, creamy, loaded with chicken and apples, simply incredible!

This gluten-free, veg heavy, protein packed salad is one of my new favorite sides and easy to make as a main meal on http://foodiecrush.com

This gluten-free, veg heavy, protein packed salad is one of my new favorite sides and easy to make as a main meal on http://foodiecrush.com

This smooth and creamy, vegan & gluten-free Turmeric & Coconut Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque is an antioxidant packed, anti-inflammatory one pot wonder the whole family will love! via @EmKyleNutrition

This smooth and creamy, vegan & gluten-free Turmeric & Coconut Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque is an antioxidant packed, anti-inflammatory one pot wonder the whole family will love! via @EmKyleNutrition

Adding foods that fight inflammation and restore health at a cellular level, can help repair your body without any drastic changes.

Adding foods that fight inflammation and restore health at a cellular level, can help repair your body without any drastic changes.

I'm kind of on a magnet kick  right now. I found a bag of 30 of these glass gems at the Dollar Tree for, yes, $1.00. My 1" paper punch cut o...

I'm kind of on a magnet kick right now. I found a bag of 30 of these glass gems at the Dollar Tree for, yes, $1.00. My 1" paper punch cut o...

Ida Stover Eisenhower, mother of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, became a Bible Student, as Jehovah's Witnesses were then called, in 1895, when the president was just 5 years old. She remained a Witness until her death in 1946. None of her children (all boys) ever served Jehovah.

Ida Stover Eisenhower, mother of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, became a Bible Student, as Jehovah's Witnesses were then called, in 1895, when the president was just 5 years old. She remained a Witness until her death in 1946. None of her children (all boys) ever served Jehovah.