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No Bake Raspberry Chocolate Tart

This is a sponsored post on behalf of my blog and Green and Black’s Organic. I’m excited to be their featured blogger for the month of March – visit their Facebook page and spot my mug in the cover photo! Please note that I received the chocolate used in this recipe plus a few bonus […]

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Coconut Eggnog Bars and Safest Choice Eggs Giveaway!

This is a sponsored post on behalf of my blog and Safest Choice Eggs. I was given the opportunity to post an eggnog recipe featuring Safest Choice Eggs –  read the post to learn why pasteurized eggs are vital when cooking with raw eggs. Please note that I was compensated monetarily for this post. I […]

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Easily Vegan Creamy Tomato and Corn Soup

I was inspired to make this creamy tomato and corn soup last weekend by a post from White on Rice Couple. Most of the time, I look for recipes that are unique, from scratch, and require interesting mixtures of ingredients. When I saw that these very talented bloggers were willing to take a night off […]

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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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Vegan and Gluten Free Sweet Potato Soup

Recently, I attended a vegan wine dinner. You most certainly heard me correctly – no meat, no dairy, no eggs, not even a smidge of honey. No food that had a face or came from a living being. What’s left to eat, you might say? Well, plate after plate of glorious vegetables, cooked to perfection […]

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CSA Week 20: Sept 27, Sweet Potato Mash

I got back into the kitchen tonight, and it felt good (even the dish-washing part!). We had a busy weekend around the wonderful city of St. Louis and I loved it…but now I’m ready to cook again! Here’s a peek at our weekend: We saw the Avett Brothers at the Fox Theatre on Saturday night. […]

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CSA Week 9: July 12 (Quiche!)

Wow. This summer has been greater than I ever could have imagined. My plate has been full with activities, which leaves little room for what should be on the plate…food! I’m perfectly happy with being away from the computer, but that means the blog has taken a bit of a hit. I’m still here, and […]

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Buoyant Blueberry Oat Muffins

Snow day is over, but you know what? That’s OK, because it’s Friday!Lots of schools were still closed today, likely because the wind chill was in negative numbers this morning. A few weren’t though, and I felt bad for the kids on corners!The sun did come out for a little while yesterday. It was so cold though, it […]

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Chilly Tuesday, Chile Cornbread

I actually managed to get things done today! I did not one, not two, but three loads of laundry! The last is in the dryer now. I also changed my driver’s license from Michigan to Illinois, and bought some much-needed paper towel. Productive snow day, eh? We are prepping make-your-own pizzas for dinner tonight, but […]

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Chowder Made By Phish Fans, For Phish Fans

If you’ve read my Music for the Soul section, you know that I love Phish. I have listened to them for over ten years but didn’t get officially hooked until last year. I have seen them 8 times as of today and plan to travel to see them next year as well. I am far from […]

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