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Season: Winter Archives - Every Little Thing

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Andouille Gumbo with Creole Roasted Shrimp

The extent of my Mardi Gras education went like this: eat paczki’s on Fat Tuesday (a glorified and delicious jelly-filled donut), get ashes on Ash Wednesday, give up a vice for Lent, reunite with said vice after 40 days. Catholic school, I tell ya. I never knew much about Mardi Gras culture growing up. I […]

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Sweet Potato Chorizo Shepherd’s Pie

My weekend went a little like this (if you were to follow me on Instagram, you’d know this already): We have a bit of a Valentine’s Day tradition where Matt cooks dinner. He’s come a long way since our first Valentine’s Day together, and this year was no exception – expertly cooked filet with a […]

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Roasted Vegetable and Red Quinoa Salad

My apologies for the time between posts. It’s amazing how time slips away, isn’t it? Last week was one of my busiest weeks at work yet, and we didn’t stop moving over the weekend. Finally though, thanks to a midday snow storm, I’m able to sit and chat with you all. I’m so excited to […]

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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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Winter Farro Salad for Clean Eating

Don’t forget to check out my OXO giveaway, ending Friday! Hope you all had time to recover from Thanksgiving over the weekend. Recover has a negative connotation but truly, don’t you feel the need to recover from vacations and sickness alike? I think you can recover from both the positive and negative – really from […]

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Sage

Recently, I put the word out on Twitter for ideas to use my many pounds of sweet potatoes. Our CSA just ended and the last few weeks were filled to the brim with the orange root vegetables. Luckily, I could eat them daily so it truly wasn’t a problem but I still wanted some new […]

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Chocolate Beer Chili

Let’s take a break from the barrage of tomato posts for a second and focus on fall. I’ve been dying for a bowl of something warm and comforting that calls to action a crisp breeze blowing through the windows. And though it’s still 80 degrees here, the humidity is all but gone and pumpkin orange […]

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Citrus Salad with Feta

The sun doesn’t peek out from behind the grey very often during a Midwest winter. Though the winter season varies in length between, say, Missouri and Michigan (four months or so in the former, a never ending six months in the latter), the grey subsists across the sky. Cabin fever is a real thing (something […]

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White Bean and Kale Salad for Clean Eating

We are officially swimming through 2013, folks. Whether or not you participate in making resolutions, it means a fresh start and a fresh experience – one that only you have control over! I love that about a new year. It’s a natural jumping off point, a springboard for change. So, why not take that leap? […]

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Lentil Sweet Potato Soup, Vegan & Gluten Free

The week before Christmas is often filled with a harried, urgent need to spend. Money, time, hours in the day…in December, our expenditures so often outweigh what we take in. And there’s so much to take in during this month, this introduction to winter! That moment when you see your breath for the first time […]

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