Oxidized Banana Peel Art, Valley Turkey Burgers, Protein Shakes to Keep You "Svelte," and Eggs in Purgatory Recipe

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Alanna Watson over at Desert Living Today has spent some time doing "internet research" for the newest trends and she was pretty stoked to share her banana finds.   She found some pretty extravagant art using bananas as a carving medium.  One in particular took advantage of the banana peel's discoloration properties to create a pretty neat piece of art and on the fruit, not of the fruit.  Check it out.

If you're avoiding red meat, Fabulous Arizona has compiled a list of great turkey burgers in the Valley.  Snatch a great birdy burger from many familiar places.  Here's their list.

This next find is from Phoenix Bites. They've found a company that hits all the green marks "environmentally responsible, producing all-natural beverages made with organically grown ingredients, packaged in eco-friendly containers." It's dairy-free, gluten-free protein shakes and individual wine portions from CalNaturale. We do think that they've created some pretty interesting package design. They're pretty, now we wonder if they're any good.

Mesa blogger Busy Bee Lauren made a favorite recipe for Eggs in Purgatory which she originally posted back in March. We didn't stumble upon her blog until recently where we saw her and her husband cooking in their jammies and taking a break from all the eating out. Her pictures really make us want to make this recipe, especially since peppers are in season now.

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