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Who loves meat and cheese boards? I love making them!! I made this one as a “leave it at the party” board where we were all asked to bring something to share. @smartandfinal is always great for having reusable platters that are easy to leave at the host’s house. I like my charcuterie and cheese boards Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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Quinoa (pronounced Keenwah) is one of those super foods everyone is talking about. It’s uber healthy. Go ahead, google it, I’ll be here when you’re done. Done? Okay, now don’t go running away just because, ‘if it’s that healthy, it can’t possibly taste any good.’ It can taste good. It does taste good. But, if Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Feast} Caprese Bruschetta Recipe
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I really didn’t know what to call this recipe.  I just sort of made it up as I went along knowing the items we had in our CSA box and what I like to eat.  I love caprese salad.  I love bruschetta.  We had fresh basil from our CSA box that was in desperate need Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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Pesto is hands down one of the easiest things to make.  Assuming you have a food processor or blender.  An immersion blender MAY work, but since I’ve never tried it, I can’t say for sure – you let me know;)  Classic pesto consists of a few simple ingredients: basil, olive oil, parmesan or pecorino cheese, garlic, marjoram, Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Feast} Local Veges & Fruits Equal New Food Experiences
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We recently joined a local CSA.  CSA is short for Community Supported Agriculture.  We are moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle in an effort to eat more healthy, support our local farmers & economy, and provide for a better world to leave to our son.  Don’t worry, I’m not going to get on my soapbox;)  Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Feast} Super Simple (& Delish) Appetizer for Your Next Soiree
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If you’re looking for a super simple, delicious appetizer for your next party (whether you’re taking it to a party or having it at your home), this recipe will be a hit. What You’ll Need: Block of cream cheese Bronco Bob’s Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce (you can find this at Cost Plus World Market, online, Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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Awhile back my husband and I were invited to one of those fun Dream Dinners places where a group of friends can gather together and assemble a week’s worth of dinners ahead of time.  When you reserve as a group, it’s a bit of a party, and Dream Dinners set out some nibbles for us Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Feast & Sip} Halloween Party Appetizer & Libation
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  Take your Halloween cider to the next level using Chambord and Frangelico – it’s called Hot Cider Catalonia.  We found this wonderful recipe from RookNo17 along with her recipe for Bleu Cheese Covered Grapes – YUMMMM, did someone say cheese?  I’m all over it.  RookNo17 writes the following about the Hot Cider Catalonia:   Warm Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Feast} Bite-Sized Easy Appetizer – Caprese Skewers
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I absolutely loooove Caprese. Traditionally, it is made by layering a slice of beefsteak (you know the big, juicy ones) tomato, a slice of buffalo mozzarella, a basil leaf on top and then drizziling with olive oil. Often, a bit of balsamic vinegar is also drizzled on top as well as a sprinkle of coarse Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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