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Appetizer Archives - Every Little Thing

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Super Bowl Champ: Buffalo Quinoa Bites

I do enjoy my fair share of sporting events. In fact, there’s a post about how that came to be during my time in college. Even before that though, I’ve loved the camaraderie of sports – the togetherness. Why not invite a few friends over to chat, drink, eat…oh, and throw that sports ball game […]

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Baked Egg Rolls with Chicken and Kale

St. Louis seems to be one of a few cities in the epicenter of  (hashtag) snowmageddon right now. We received about 10 inches yesterday (which in turn declared it the laziest Sunday ever) and overnight, temperatures turned bitterly cold. This afternoon, our high peaked at a whopping -1 and with the combined snow and cold […]

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Bountiful by White on Rice (From Book to Blog)

Is there anything better then Saturday mornings? Actually, scratch that. Is there anything better then Saturday mornings covered in snow? The answer is a resounding no. You mean that Mother Nature is giving me an excuse to not go anywhere or do anything besides sip hot chocolate and write blog posts? Sold. I’ll gladly wake […]

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Hatch Chile Salsa, to Reminisce

Once upon a time, I lived in New Mexico. I was 22 and had just graduated college; looking back, still a child. At the time, the move from Ann Arbor, Michigan to Albuquerque, New Mexico seemed more a short-term adventure than anything life-changing but turns out, it was both. The Southwest brought with it experiences […]

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Tomato Tart with Bacon Jam

I’m not sure exactly when I first bit into a tomato and decided that I wouldn’t let those acidic juices hit my tongue ever again. It was probably some poor, factory-grown tomato, round and red as ever, shipped to Michigan in the midst of a snow storm and purchased from the closest grocery store so […]

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Slow Cooker Cocktail Meatballs for New Year’s Eve

I’m telling you, the best decision I’ve made during this holiday season was to take January 2nd off work. I can’t even tell you how much I’m looking forward to just one more day to get things together before the new year begins! I have to say though, our break was fantastic and in fact, […]

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Macaroni and Cheese Cups with Leftover Ham

If you’re anything like us, you still have Thanksgiving leftovers floating around the fridge. A few pieces of turkey here, a few spoonful’s of cranberry sauce there. Those might not get eaten (I mean seriously, how much turkey can one possibly shove down?) but, thanks to Food and Wine, these individually-portioned sides of homemade, crispy […]

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CSA Week 21: Butternut Squash and Apple Tart

This was our first really chilly weekend here in St. Louis. At night, lows were in the 30’s (!) with highs in the high 40’s and low 50’s. Coats were required and socks were my best friend. And though the weather was beautiful today, all I wanted to do was cuddle under a blanket and […]

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Football Naps and Creamy Avocado Dip

A lot of things scream fall to me. Pumpkins, apples, squash, cinnamon – all important attributes of these cooler months. However, nothing says fall to me more than opening the windows, turning on the football game du jour, and napping on the couch. It’s totally self-indulgent, but try it. Take 30 minutes, lie down on […]

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CSA Week 18: September 18, Baba Ghanouj

Some weekends leave you feeling refreshed and ready for the week. Some weekends leave you wishing you had a few more days to relax. And then there are weekends that leave you completely unprepared, exhausted, and dreading the week ahead. Which one do you think I had? Considering I haven’t posted since last Friday, I’d […]

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