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If you have kids then you know that no matter how adventuresome they can be there will always be days when they are tired or grouchy or just plain finicky and macaroni and cheese is the only thing that will make them happy. Which is fine. I’ve been known to fall back on the old […]

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I was making a marinated London Broil recently and decided that I was just going to go old school and serve baked potatoes. But then after I got home with them I couldn’t bear the thought of serving something so plain. I know, I’m a pain in the tush when it comes to serving “boring” […]

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This soup is delicious but not what I would call “light”. The recipe reads pretty healthy until you hit the part where you’re putting in nearly 1/2 pound of cheese! But, it’s a great way to get kids started on veggies when their palates are telling them that anything bitter is a poison they need […]

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Hot Vanilla

Vanilla gets a bad rap, in my opinion. People say something is “so, vanilla” when they actually mean “plain” and vanilla is not plain. Vanilla is sweet and just a tiny bit spicy. There’s creamy “french vanilla” and “vanilla bean” flecked with all the yummy black bits from the center of the vanilla pod. Either […]

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Don’t get me wrong, I love traditional lasagna, but when I have a batch of spinach pesto in my fridge (which I do this week- maybe you do too!) this lasagna just begs to be made instead.

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Chocolate Milkshake

Who doesn’t love a chocolate milkshake? That’s right, nobody. And it’s my go-to item for breakfasts on the run and getting something vitamin packed into my kids either in the morning as we rush around getting ready to leave for school/work or if it’s been a hectic day and I know they need a vitamin […]

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Scalloped Potatoes

My husband, Adam, got lucky. And I mean really lucky. His mother is an outstanding cook. And his wife’s not half bad at it either! With the exception of the few years of college and a bit after when he was on his own he’s had either his mom, Nancy, or me cooking for him.

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