Monthly Archives: September 2017

Cabbage Soup – A Hearty Fall Meal

Cabbage is one of those local crops that loves the cold weather.  It’s fairly easy to get right now.  I love to make soup that brings back childhood memories. When I was about 8 years old, we had some friends in our … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies – Gluten Free

What could be better in this cool fall weather than some warm pumpkin cookies and milk?  These are gluten free, but you can use regular baking flour as well. Click here for directions to cooking the pumpkin (fresh is always … Continue reading

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Warming Fall Food Doesn’t Have To Be Unhealthy

It always seems easier to eat a healthy, seemingly balanced, diet in the warm weather; summer tends to be full of grilled meats fresh off the BBQ, salads, and fruit smoothies.  The cravings for sugary food and heavy carbs tend … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins – Gluten Free

Yep – it’s pumpkin season and these delicious muffins are gluten free! First you need to cook the fresh, sweet, sugar pumpkin – click here for directions– and then you bake the muffins – 

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #114

HaHA – made it to the party on time this week!  And what about you?  What amazing fall dishes do YOU have to share?  And stil and I’m still struggling with that question…  Here is a collection of fabulous recipes! … Continue reading

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The Healthiest Superfoods And How To Incorporate Them Into Your Diet

Superfoods are something that just about everybody should make an effort to eat for optimal health.  The only problem?  Most people don’t know what to do with them! This is understandable.  After all, they can look, taste, and smell funny. … Continue reading

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Coping With Cooking When You First Move Into Your Own Place

When you first move into your own place, you can often have this grand visions of all the meals you’re going to cook, the time and attention you’re going to put into each and every meal, and even the desserts … Continue reading

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Pumpkin – An Easy Way to Cook

Pumpkin!  I’m seeing them popping up in the grocery stores already – but that’s OK with me!  We love to eat them – especially the sugar (or pie) pumpkins!  You can to use them in pies or other recipes or … Continue reading

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Making The Most Of Your Kitchen: Easy Ways To Expand Your Repertoire

Do you enjoy cooking but find that you create the same dishes over and over again? Are you eager to try new things but apprehensive about straying from tried and tested recipes? If so, you’re not alone. Many of us … Continue reading

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In Remembrance

On this day in 2001, our country faced one of the most devastating, terrifying and unifying events in our recent history.  The World Trade Centers and the Pentagon were attacked.  Another attack was thwarted by a plane full of brave … Continue reading

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