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Turkey Advice: How to cook it, gadgets to buy

Turkey Advice: How to cook it, gadgets to buy

| November 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

Our resident TopChef and cooking advisor has some Turkey tips for you this holiday season…… It’s just my husband and I in our household, so I rarely make turkey. Perhaps a turkey breast now and then, but never a whole turkey.  Besides I never needed to.  Thanksgiving was always celebrated at my uncle’s house with […]

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October is Pizza Month: How to Make a Perfect Pie

October is Pizza Month: How to Make a Perfect Pie

| October 12, 2021 | 9 Comments

October is Pizza Month! Almost all kids love pizza, whether they’re picky or adventurous eaters. I have one child who only eats cheese pizza, and one who eats everything from pineapples to anchovies on his Italian pie. While it takes some time, spending a fall afternoon making homemade pizzas is a great way to promote […]

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Climbing Out of a Food Rut

Climbing Out of a Food Rut

| August 5, 2021 | 40 Comments

Do you ever feel like you’re making the same foods over and over again? This was recently a topic of conversation one evening when I was out with friends. It can be difficult to think of different things to cook, particularly this time of year when everyone is busy. Since eating the same foods or […]

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Red, White and Blue Flag Fruit Salad

Red, White and Blue Flag Fruit Salad

| June 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

Looking for a healthy alternative to dessert this fourth of July or Memorial Day? Summer is the perfect time for fresh fruit and there are so many options!
1. Core pineapple and dice. Slice bananas on the same cutting board so they get a little pineapple juice on them, this help keep them from turning brown.
If […]

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Online Cooking Classes – Meal Kits by Stephanie Izard

Online Cooking Classes – Meal Kits by Stephanie Izard

| December 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

We are adapting to being home all the time and have found some great Online Cooking Classes. Chicago is one of our favorites cities to visit and Girl & the Goat is our favorite restaurant. Lucky for us Chef Stephanie Izard has pivoted and adjusted to this new at home world we are all trapped […]

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Online Cooking class with Stephanie Izard – Escape to Goat Island

Online Cooking class with Stephanie Izard – Escape to Goat Island

| December 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

What can you say about this year…
As we all try to make the best of it, I think it is safe to say that most of us are at a point where our cooking at home routine has hit a wall. We found an Online Cooking Class with Stephanie Izard to spice things up for […]

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National Guacamole Day

National Guacamole Day

| September 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

September 16 is National Guacamole Day! Avocados are one of the healthiest foods on the planet the have 20 essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. There are hundreds of different kinds of avocados all over the world but here in the U.S. you mainly see Hass Avocados. How do you know if an avocado is read? […]

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Crock Pot Menu Plan for the week

Crock Pot Menu Plan for the week

| September 4, 2020 | 1 Comment

Menu Planning for the week of September 5th – 9th
To make life a little easier this week, let’s take the guesswork out of menu planning.  Here is a list of five crock pot recipes assigned to each day of the work/school week.  If you don’t think menu planning will make your life much easier, just […]

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Kid Friendly Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Kid Friendly Thanksgiving Side Dishes

| November 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Food is the best part of Thanksgiving for many people. However, it can be hard to get your kids to eat items that they aren’t used too. Luckily there are quite a few side dishes that use some of your favorite Thanksgiving foods in a way that will have your kids coming back for seconds. […]

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Favorite Pumpkin Pie Recipes

Favorite Pumpkin Pie Recipes

| November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

Thanksgiving preparations are well under way.  If you are hosting your family’s feast you have probably spent time researching any needed recipes last week.  But, to my horror, I heard a radio talk show today saying everyone should attempt a new recipe this year.  Now, I am not the most organized hostess in the world […]

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