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Lately

August 27, 2014
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I enjoyed a good variety of breakfasts this week – with delicious summery fruits! First up was scrambled eggs with leftover pancakes from the weekend and a nice nectarine. Aren’t nectarines nice?! I’m planning to do a scrambled egg video soon – just gotta find time when Matt is around to film! This granola-covered bowl […]

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Summery Pasta Salad

July 4, 2014
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Happy 4th!! If you need a last minute picnic dish, this one is a good one. Pasta salads are my go-to picnic food. They are easy to assemble, pack up and eat on the go. They’re also very easy to customize! This one features fresh garden veggies and herbs, prepared pesto we froze last year, […]

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Harvest Meatballs

November 8, 2013

I have been on a real meatball kick this year! First I made a recipe for sun-dried tomato and spinach meatballs and then I morphed that into simple herby meatballs.   This latest version might be my favorite yet! This inspiration lies in some of my favorite fall ingredients… These actually weren’t butternut squash. They […]

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Lately

August 26, 2013
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Hope your week was filled with Legos and lima beans! I enjoyed some really good ingredients – local trout and lima beans, hot oatmeal and a new overnight oats mix. Let’s get to it! A crumbled Great Harvest whole wheat blueberry lemon muffin topped with peach, banana, chia, sunbutter and Greek yogurt Doesn’t this look […]

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Lately With Mom

August 19, 2013
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My mom came to visit last week and we took an adventure to Baltimore to visit my grandmother and to NYC for the day for an event for Smucker’s that I’m working on! It was strange to go from the end of a weekend to a fun and exciting visit to another weekend. Weekends bridged […]

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Make-Ahead Meatballs

June 26, 2013
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My mom has told me that one of her regrets from her early days of motherhood was not making enough of her dinners in advance. Her mother always told her that whatever she could do in the morning to make the dinnertime witching hour easier would pay off. With this advice in mind, I’ve been […]

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A Shirt Full

August 23, 2012
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We measure things in horsepower, football fields and dog years, but do you know the latest tomato unit of measurement? A shirt full. Matt gave birth to 100 tomatoes from the garden! We have more than we know what to do with. Although of course spaghetti was at the top of the use list! Delicious […]

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