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This recipe is the magical combination of outstandingly good and incredibly easy. Nope, that’s an understatement, it’s basically fool proof. And if you like regular oatmeal and haven’t tried steel cut oats then you are in for a real treat.

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Carrot Date Muffins

Do these muffins look hearty? They do don’t they! Do they look sweet and moist, filling and satisfying? Maybe not. But that is how they taste. I love these muffins. They look like those little bricks of a “health food” muffin that are dry and tasteless and you have to tell yourself are good for […]

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To say that this was a project would be something of an understatement. And, I’ll be honest with you, I’m not sure I would do it again… at least not like the way I did this time. See, my kids finished at school this past June and they are moving on to a new school […]

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Charoset

Charoset, an essential part of any Seder. “Charoset symbolizes the bricks and mortar used by the Hebrews in building store-houses and cities for the Pharaoh in ancient Egypt.”* At one point in the Seder a little sandwich is made from small pieces of matzo, charoset, and the bitter herb. So, of course, the first Seder […]

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