Monthly Archives: March 2016

  1. Meatless Monday - The Cole Slaw Divide

    Meatless Monday - The Cole Slaw Divide

    Green and Red Cabbage At a recent gathering there was an argument about the best dressing for Cole Slaw and my answer remains - It depends!  Earlier this month, one of my favorite Aunt's in Cassie invited us over for what she...

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  2. Thought Leader Series: The Best Peeps for Your Easter Basket

    Thought Leader Series: The Best Peeps for Your Easter Basket

    Serena Lissy is a food writer and chocolatier known in the industry as the go-to expert for patisserie and chocolate information. To learn more about her, visit SerenaLissy.com. Every year when Easter rolls around, you start to see the...

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  3. Brunch Menu Ideas

    Brunch Menu Ideas

    What's on your Brunch Table? I always think the rule of Bunch is to offer both sweet and savory.  So,  how can you plan a brunch without a French Toast Casserole?   This sweet treats is a wonderful complement to the...

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  4. Thought Leader Series: Spring Fling: Recipe Ideas Using Seasonal Ingredients

    Thought Leader Series: Spring Fling: Recipe Ideas Using Seasonal Ingredients

    Diane Balch lives in a rural horse town and is passionate about simple living and eating, as seen in her blog at SimpleLivingEating.com. Before there was The Hunger Games, there was the "hunger gap." In temperate climates, early spring...

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  5. A Lighter End to Your Spring Holiday with a Spice Cake

    A Lighter End to Your Spring Holiday with a Spice Cake

    Carrots, Applesauce and Spices are the Secret Ingredients The Spring Holidays are upon us.  There are so many new treats to try, but some of us continue to try to be healthier amidst all the temptations.  This recipe is a remake...

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  6. Bolognese and Bechamel - a perfect pair for Lasagna

    Bolognese and Bechamel  - a perfect pair for Lasagna

    Lasagna built with a Bolognese and Bechamel I was committed to creating a Lasagna with the fresh homemade pasta that we  have come to enjoy.  My original blog - Ode to Homemade Pasta,  shares the recipe for this special treat....

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  7. Thought Leader Series: Easy and Tasty 3-Course Meal for the Busy Family

    Thought Leader Series: Easy and Tasty 3-Course Meal for the Busy Family

    Lorena Brockman is a blogger for JennsBlahBlahBlog.com and has notable know-how in blogging, food, cooking, and has been deemed "Greatest Auntie Ever" by many. To learn more about Lorena, visit her company's blog at JennsBlahBlahBlog.com. Having a f

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  8. Meatless Monday - Brussels sprouts take the center stage

    Meatless Monday - Brussels sprouts take the center stage

    Brussel sprouts Ode to the Brussels sprout. These small green treasures have become the rage as the new vegetable.  The latest treatments to roast or fry are much better options than the boiled version my mother served us when we were kids. ...

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  9. Red Velvet Cake - Will the original recipe please take a bow?

    Red Velvet Cake - Will the original recipe please take a bow?

    Three Layer Red Velvet Cake As I Remember It At two recent events, I was offered Red Velvet Cake.  Both times this dessert was covered in Cream Cheese Frosting, a staple of the South.  This I not the way...

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  10. Thought Leader Series: Monkeying Around in the New Year: Tips for Hosting a Chinese New Year Party

    Thought Leader Series: Monkeying Around in the New Year: Tips for Hosting a Chinese New Year Party

    Diane Balch is passionate about simplifying international dishes for the home cook, as seen in her blog, simplelivingeating.com. Quick-witted, gregarious, swinging on vines from one business deal to another, 2016 will be dominated by fast-talking, c

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