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Jeb Kratzig
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Looking at old photos from my trip to Malibu - starting to look like fall in Seattle and I miss the sunshine.
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After a long drive to the Oregon Coast I finally arrived to a wonderful view ;-)
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View from the early Ferry on the way to some nice golf...
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I love my girls and can't imagine a better way to spend my time!

“Most of us spend too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important.” 
― Stephen R. Covey
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My first Sounders game - great first time!
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Found this recipe online - looks like I might give it a try..
BREEZY/TRADER JOE’S BLACK PEPPER TOFU STIRFRY
Serves 2, with a small amount of yummy lunch leftovers

¼# ground turkey
1 block extra-firm tofu, cubed
Approx. ½-3/4 cup Trader Joe’s “Black Pepper Sauce”
¼ cup dry sherry
8 oz. fresh shitake mushrooms, stemmed & quartered
One stalk of bok choy – stem trimmed & sliced; leaf roughly chopped
Handful of fresh snow peas
3 cloves of garlic, peeled & chopped
Couple of handfuls of packaged “broccoli slaw” mix (a mixture of peeled & julienned broccoli stems, red cabbage, & carrots)
½ tablespoon cornstarch dissolved in 1 tablespoon of cold water
Peanut, canola, or vegetable oil for stirfrying
Jasmine rice for serving

Combine Trader Joe’s “Black Pepper Sauce” & dry sherry in a small bowl & set aside. Heat wok over high heat, add a couple of dollops of oil & heat until a drop of water sizzles. Add ground turkey & stirfry until no longer pink. Add bok choy stems & snow peas – continue stirfrying for approx. 3 minutes. Add garlic & stirfry a minute more. Add broccoli slaw mix & stir fry for another minute. Add tofu, bok choy leaves, & sauce mixture & combine gently. Add cornstarch mixture & continue stirring gently until mixture is thickened & heated through. Taste for seasoning (you may want to add more delicious Trader Joe’s Black Pepper Sauce) & serve over Jasmine rice.
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Check out my new website - http://www.jebkratzig.net - still getting it going but I'm glad to be online
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Getting ready to hit some balls - gotta love a beautiful summer day off in the Northwest!
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