Greek Baked Halibut

September 9, 2015
Greek Baked Halibut

My dear friend lost her mother unexpectedly earlier this year. It was very sad for us all, as she was an amazing woman, mom and grandma. One day as we were remembering her mom at play date, my friend told me about this recipe her mother used to make all the time. “It’s so simple,” she […]

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No Bake Honey Coconut Bites

September 4, 2015
No Bake Honey Coconut Bites

My favorite snack and dessert recipes involve: -one bowl -no baking -oats So I’m excited to share this quick and easy no bake recipe I whipped up this week. I debated what to call these – Cookies? Snack balls? Clusters? I settled on bites because their shape varies and they are pretty good for ya! The […]

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Blue Cheese Vegetable Dip

August 27, 2015
Blue Cheese Vegetable Dip

When I posted our garden update a few weeks ago, I got an email from KERF reader Carly telling me I just HAD to make this blue cheese dip. Carly wrote: Hi Kath! Your garden post made me remember how much I love summer tomatoes, which made me think how much I love blue cheese […]

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12 Months of Real Food: Tomatoes

August 18, 2015
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I am loving the tomatoes coming out of our garden right now! They have so much flavor – bursts of sweet best eaten right from the vine. August’s 12 Months of Real Food post is all about this summer’s tomato bounty –   To clarify, OF the households that home garden, 93% grow tomatoes!! Bare […]

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Quick & Easy Oat Breakfasts

August 13, 2015

This post is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company It’s back-to-school season! Mazen’s preschool begins in just a few more weeks. We are both pumped – he misses it. With back-to-school comes busy mornings. Both Mazen and I love our breakfast time, so I try to get us up early enough to enjoy it. We […]

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Margaritaville On The Deck

August 4, 2015
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This post is sponsored by HSN We have been living on our back deck in the evening. We set up a bluetooth speaker, mix some drinks, set out some snacks and invite a handful of friends over to hang out. Other nights we have played Cards Against Humanity, and one time we even played hide […]

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Purple Monster Popsicles

July 21, 2015
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This post is sponsored by Green Works The summer before my senior year of high school I spent at Salem College in Winston-Salem, NC attending the North Carolina Governor’s School program. Admission was somewhat competitive, and I was thrilled to be selected. Students applied for topics of study from English and Theater to Music and […]

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