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Apple Picking with the Kiddos

By Kiran Ansari “Why can’t we just buy apples from Meijer?” asked my teenager when I suggested we go apple picking last weekend. “It’s 2016 mom, we don’t need to pick fruit. We can order anything online and have it delivered to our doorstep.” That is exactly why we needed to take our brood apple … Read more

Creamy Mashed Potatoes

I can’t remember the last time we had mashed potatoes from a box. Just the thought of it brings to mind the empty feeling I get from any foods that are simply a semblance of real food. I know it’s convenient, economical and sometimes the only option for people, but perhaps if we looked to … Read more

Rosle Digital Instant Read Thermometer Giveaway Sponsored by Crescent Foods

We’re giving away to one randomly-selected winner, a Rösle Digital Instant Read Thermometer from Williams-Sonoma. This giveaway is sponsored by Crescent Foods. Details about the Digital Thermometer:  Featuring an easy-to-read illuminated digital display that measures in both Celsius and Fahrenheit, Rosle’s instant-read thermometer is a must-have for everyday cooking. It quickly checks roasts, deep-fry oil, infant food, … Read more

Pumpkin Saffron Soup

‘Tis the season for lots and lots of pumpkins everywhere…and I definitely can’t bear to see them going to waste any time soon. So, if you don’t quite have the time to make baked desserts like pumpkin pies or pumpkin rolls from scratch, you can definitely make this quick and easy soup over the weekend, … Read more

Pumpkin Pie Recipe Card Printables

We’ve been talking about pumpkin a lot lately, way before Thanksgiving, just about as soon as the leaves started to change colors. It’s when many of use get excited about cooking and baking with these garden gems. Since pumpkins and other gourds last so long and can so well, they can be used way into … Read more

10 Uses for Homemade Pumpkin Puree

We see pumpkins everywhere right now, don’t we? And they come in all shapes and sizes and even colors (i.e. orange, green, light beige). They’re kind of intimidating when you look at them. Hard, rounded but not perfectly round. Many have ridges that make them hard to cut, too. Forget about using a small knife, … Read more

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