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I thought about posting a salad this week.  Something to help me detox from the all the sweet potato souffle this Thanksgiving.  But let's face it.  No one wants to hear about salad right now.  Hauling out the holly also means the beginning of the Christmas baking season.  For me that means two things, homemade caramels and shortbread...
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We all know potato salad is a given for any Fourth of July celebration.  Here’s one more reason to add it to your menu:  it can make you skinny.  Seriously.  Read on and I’ll explain. But first things first, let me explain the dish. This year I’ll be making my mom’s potato salad.   I don’t know what I can tell you to convince you...
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by  |  posted under Christmas, Gift Giving
Give your neighbors something totally unexpected... ice cream.  And nothing's better than America's most popular flavor.  Not into an icy treat in the winter?  Moose Munch would also work with this tag idea:  "Wishing you a Very Merry ChristMOOSE and a Happy New Year!" Here's a bonus recipe for my favorite Moose Munch recipe. Moose...
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by  |  posted under Christmas, Gift Giving
This is something everyone can use... especially if they have kids.  My kids are prone to Goldfish withdrawals if the pantry goes too long without them.  As a result they try to steal them from kids at the park.  So give your neighbors a treat they can enjoy together.  Tag idea:  We FISH you a Merry...
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by  |  posted under Christmas, Gift Giving
This one's for all you cheapskates out there (myself included). I'll give you two options:  you can pick up this puzzle with the cute tin at the Dollar Tree for a buck or you can buy a two-pack of the same puzzle (in cardboard boxes instead of tins) for the same price, cutting the cost of each gift in half.  My suggestion, save the economy...
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by  |  posted under Desserts, Recipes, Summer
I was telling my husband, the other day, how much I was craving key lime pie. "How can you crave something so specific?" I just can, okay? I think it is a residual effect of being pregnant four times - some things are bound to stick with you, like food cravings! Especially when it's for delicious things like KEY LIME PIE! Thankfully, I had this...
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by  |  posted under Appetizers, Main Dishes, Recipes, Sides, Snacks
Tinga, tinga, tinga. Isn’t that fun to say? Tinga is the Andy Bernard of Mexican food. Under-appreciated, yet ready to take center stage at any moment. Its primary flavor component is chipotle chili which is quickly becoming a very popular ingredient north of the Mexican border. Tinga is a great dish made of a yummy chipotle sauce, sautéed...
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by  |  posted under Breakfast, Main Dishes, Recipes, Sides, Thanksgiving
When I think of Thanksgiving dinner, I immediately think about my beloved Sweet Potato Soufflé.  We have never missed a year together (except for this year because I'm going to the beach, so I decided to make it a couple of weeks early and I've been savoring the left-overs all week). Maybe it's not technically a soufflé but if given the...
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by  |  posted under Desserts, Recipes
It's that time of year! The days are getting shorter and there is a crisp chill in the air.  Hot cocoa sounds good but a syringe of pure warm chocolate straight to my tongue sounds even better.  I'm not kidding.  It's nothing short of heaven. The syringe comes from Max Brenner's restaurant.  It's a restaurant completely centered on...
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by  |  posted under Desserts, Halloween, Recipes, Snacks
I don't know about you but my holiday baking season begins in October.  The sugar cookies, the candies, the treats delivered to friends to rid myself of the thousands of calories I just created in baked-goods form.  Goose Crunch is one of my favorite fall treats (Darn you Harry and David for trademarking the word Moose Munch!).  I love all...
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