Apple Crisp {Slow Cooker}

Apple Crisp {Slow Cooker}

How about a little cup of warm, perfect Apple Crisp on this cold winter's day? What, you're used to coffee, tea or cocoa in your cup? Even better! This tasty delight would be fantastic next to a hot cup of pretty much anything. Enjoy it over some ice cream for the...

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Pork Tenderloin with Figs, Red Onions and Rosemary

Pork tenderloin is an excellent cut of meat to serve for busy weeknight meals or fancy dinner parties, plus it's pretty easy to always get it right. And the secret to always getting it right? An instant-read meat thermometer. If you don't have one... get one! 🙂 This...

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Banana Upside Down Cake

Banana Upside Down Cake is the perfect dessert when you want something impressive, fancy, even fussy looking. A nice change for what to do with those too-ripe bananas we all end up with at one time or another. Though this recipe for Carrot Zucchini Banana Bread is the...

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Pumpkin Alfredo Sauce with Kale and Pasta

Pumpkin and Alfredo Sauce? I know, here we go with yet another 'It's-fall-so-let's-put-pumpkin-in-EVERYTHING-until-we-puke' thing, right? Maybe I shouldn't use the word Puke when I'm trying to tell you how fabulous a recipe is. Well, anyway- canned pumpkin in your...

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Mediterranean Olive Bread

Mediterranean Olive Bread should really be called The Best Bread That's Loaded with Everything Remotely Meditterarnean bread. This is like Greek salad in a loaf of bread. Everything that's the best Greek-fresh deliciousness in a bread. And depending on your menu, this...

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Healthy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Pumpkin and chocolate are such strange bedfellows, don't you think? But they really are meant for each other and these Healthy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins are love at first bite. After several attempts to add healthy ingredients to this recipe, I think I have a...

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Easy Lemon Zucchini Risotto

This Lemon Zucchini Risotto recipe is a flavorful combination of tart lemon and zesty Parmesan cheese. Because of the fresh lemon flavor, this particular recipe pairs well with salmon or other fish, but risotto is also a dish that is delicious served on its own. The...

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Zucchini Carrot Banana Bread or The BEST banana bread

This bread. This bread with zucchini, with carrots, with ripe bananas...this is Zucchini Carrot Banana Bread and it's the best bread I've ever made. Ever. I know that's a bold statement but make this bread AS SOON as you have ripe bananas and you'll agree. I know my...

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Incredible Savory Monkey Bread

Incredible is one word to describe this Monkey Bread recipe... Vanishing, mouth-watering, best-ever are some other words I wanted to use. But hopefully just looking at this beautiful dinner roll option will help you decide that this is absolutely the bread you need to...

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Herb Roasted Onions

For all the fans of everything onion, this recipe is for you. Herb Roasted Onions may be one of the easiest side dishes to adorn your dinner table, but it'll be one of the first to disappear. Using a combination of red and yellow onions, presentation will be...

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Italian Beef Stew

When it's cold outside, nothing says comfort food like a big pot of beef stew. Tender meat that you can cut with your fork, flavorful vegetables simmered in a hearty broth that developes as the juice from the roast melds with the vegetables, herbs and tomatoes. This...

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Beef Tortellini Soup

Bear with me for just a minute, the lead-in for this soup requires a little background story. We have a family friend, Stephen, who's also my daughter's father in-law, who is known to regularly create his own fabulous recipes. Ingredients get incorporated effortlessly...

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Amazing Pork Tenderloin with Pears and Shallots

In looking for a fresh and different way to prepare pork tenderloin, a recipe using pears and shallots definitely caught my eye. Pears and shallots? Right? Well, thank you, Bon Appetit. This certainly fit the "fresh and different" bill so I dug in. Bon Appetit's...

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Salmon Pate’

Canned salmon is the featured ingredient in this recipe for Salmon Pate' and I highly recommend using wild red salmon. Infused with fresh lemon zest and juice, minced onion, butter and just a tiny bit of mayo, then topped on anything pretty and tasty, it's sure to...

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Chocolate S’mores Bundt Cake

My 12-year old son is a campfire s'mores wizard. He can make a perfectly toasty, double decker s'more concoction that's a gooey, drippy work of art.  So, when I was trying to come up with a chocolate confection as a treat for my family, S'mores Chocolate Bundt Cake...

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Roasted Garlic Soup

For some of us, there is an actual Soup Season- one of my best friends wonders why I bother to post soup recipes in the summer, "out of season". I know I'm not alone in being someone who loves soup all year-long, but the soup I love has to have variety, unique flavors...

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Citrus Marinated Chicken Breasts

This recipe for Citrus-Marinated Chicken is super simple and you probably have most of the ingredients on hand. It requires a bit of pre-planning since everything should marinate for at least four hours, but every step is so simple and when all is said and done,...

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Roasted Root Vegetables with Brussels Sprouts and Bacon

Roasted potatoes are not uncommon at the dinner table. But the ease of adding a mixture of root vegetables in the roasting pan is not only more colorful, but more delicious and nutritious! This combination of beets, sweet potatoes, and brussels sprouts is super quick...

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Loss Of A Family Pet – My first Wordless Wednesday

This is my first Wordless Wednesday so I'm going to fudge a little and add some words. Pets. Friends. Loss... especially when you are a 12-year old boy whose first loss is a beloved pet. In this case the loved pet was one of our three laying hens, Scarlett. And my...

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Homemade School Lunch – Let’s do this

You're all ready for back to school, right? In fact, school has already started for many of you. And I'll bet you stocked up with an arsenal of writing supplies, fashionable school clothes, paper and paperLESS items. Whew! We're set for the year or at least a good...

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