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Finding the time to create and serve healthy, homemade dinners every night can be tricky.  As a foodie who loves to cook, I often find I am my own worst enemy, not the clock.  I always overcomplicate dinner.  Simplifying recipes is the way to go – keep the ingredients list

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Cheese has always been my favorite food on the planet.  Unfortunately, I am lactose intolerant so my body does not agree with my cheesy choices.  One way around this problem is to make my own cheese at home using DairyPure Lactose Free Milk, who sponsored this post today.  I’m not

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When I finally figured out that I had a gluten intolerance, my first thought was – oh no, what about pizza.  Pizza if half gluten, after all.  Luckily, a lot of people are discovering they have a gluten intolerance or just would prefer nutritious grains, so gluten-free options are everywhere. 

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This easy school night dinner idea is part of a sponsored post for Revolution Foods. Back to school season is always a tough transition.  Gone are the long, lazy summer days.  Here to stay are the hectic, school and sport filled days.  I was feeling a bit overwhelmed with that

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I find it hard to believe that June is just about over.  We crammed so much into this past month; last week in particular was super-packed, leaving me a bit super-exhausted.  Prepping and preparing elaborate dinners was the last thing on my mind.  Luckily, I caught a break.  A very

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After 13 years with the same guy, you develop habits that stick.  One such habit, especially after having two kids, is morning coffee.  We’ve been sharing our morning coffee for quite some time now and not much has changed except for stepping away from the coffee pods and opting for

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Tomorrow night, I’ll be at Junípero Serra Museum in San Diego to celebrate the 100th Year of LA VICTORIA® Brand.  High atop the hills overlooking Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, it will be a night of gorgeous panoramic views, exquisite food, music and art.  I’m bubbling over with

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Constellation Brands.  All opinions are mine alone. The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. #CervezaCelebration #CollectiveBias With the sunshine beaming and Cinco De Mayo right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about refreshing

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BeyondTheSandwich #CollectiveBias This recipe truly represents this time of year where winter produce meets new spring produce.  It’s end of season for brussels sprouts but the peak of delicious asparagus season.  The two vegetables go

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Bob’s Red Mill. As much as I’d like to be, I’m not that crafty so when holidays roll around, most of our traditions happen in the kitchen.  Each holiday, there are several things I make or bake every year.  For Easter, one

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