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Fall Brings Football, Food and Fowl

Let's face it, Fall is approaching and I for one, am a huge fan of fall.

This year, after all the heat and drought, I am especially looking forward to autumn. Personally I have had enough of this hot weather.

There are a lot of things to look forward to during the Fall (although I admit, Winter is not one of them). For us football fans, our Saturdays and Sundays (ok a few Thursdays and Mondays too) will soon be filled with the familiar sounds of football and commentary.

And to go along with the football, another of my favorite things to do is cooking (ok eating).

On most Sundays you will find me working in the kitchen (I can actually see my tv from the kitchen so I won't miss any Minnesota Viking action) tinkering away with some pot of stew, ribs, coleslaw or baking brownies. I also enjoy pheasant and other fowl, burgers, potato salad, pot roasts and . . . . lets face it, most things.

Only problem is, as doctors tend to do, mine has me "watching what I eat". Which is sorta ironic, because I have been watching what I eat my whole life. That is, I look at it then I eat it. And now my wife is in cahoots with my Doctor. They BOTH have me making better food choices. Turns out I do feel better by making healthier choices.

But what is NFL without ribs, burgers and chips right?


Well some foods are easier than others to substitute with a healthy alternative. I am really excited about our most recent discovery and that is Quail Eggs. I have always enjoyed fowl meat, and have had quail eggs before but I didn't know about all the health benefits.

Turns out they are really healthy and no bad cholesterol. I won't go into all the benefits here but you can read about it here on this site quail for sale.

I feel like I have found a loophole in my doctor's plan for my future. I can still enjoy the fall, football and good food and still be healthy. I am excited about finding all kinds of other great healthy food alternatives. Quail eggs are just the beginning.

Author: EVM STAFF on 08/18 2012
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