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Huevos Rancheros: Start Cinco de Mayo Deliciously

There are two menu items at the top of my list when we step out for breakfast—Eggs Benedict and Huevos Rancheros—and it is forever a tussle to decide. (It helps when Matt orders one, that way I score both.) Would you believe this is the first time I’ve ever made Huevos Rancheros at home? Somewhere in […]

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Zucchini-Ginger Bread: Sprouted Wheat, More Zucchini, Bits of Ginger

As you can see, Autumn is reminding us change is ever in motion with its golden-amber hues. Ordinarily, by this time in October, we’ve already caught a glimpse of winter’s snow, but not this year. Gloriously warmish days kept flowers in bloom with a backdrop of changing leaves and the grass is still emerald green. […]

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Brunch Muffins

A few weeks ago, I was asked to bring muffins to a baby shower brunch for my dear friend’s daughter. It is such an honor to be part of these special occasions with lifelong friends and helping to make it happen. When your friend’s kids are having kids, the joy extends beyond the excitement for the new parents to your friends—the […]

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Recovered Life and Juiced Greens Recipe

I still get emotional when I think about it, what life was like just two months ago and now. My brain works again. I can actively participate in conversation. Walk miles. Savor what I’m eating. Fit into most of my clothes. Dream about the future. Feel inspired. Ruminating with recipe ideas again feels so good! Realizing all that I […]

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Triple Ginger & Coconut Scones [GF]

Triple Ginger & Coconut Scones [Gluten-Free]: International Scone Week 2013

What do you do when it’s early August and the forecast is 20 degrees cooler than yesterday? You bake. Or make chili. Or you bake and make chili. Lucky for me, this 65° overcast day landed right in the middle of International Scone Week, so it was literally no sweat to mix up a batch […]

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Egg & Sausage Breakfast Casserole

Egg & Sausage Casserole [GF]: A Hospitality Series

  A few months ago I hosted a birthday brunch for a friend and the moment we were all together it was like a breath of fresh air. Most of the ladies around the table were part of the group warmly, yet reluctantly, referred to as the Elephant Ladies—a few friends who got together for […]

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Cream Cheese Fruit Tart with Almond Crust [GF]

Cream Cheese Fruit Tart with Almond Crust Recipe [GF]: A Series on Hospitality

Last week I hosted a brunch, invited a few friends to join me, and made this Cream Cheese Fruit Tart with Almond Crust for the occasion. I am better, life is better, when I’ve had time with good friends around my table—it is pure joy. It wasn’t always that way. At one point in my […]

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Pecan & Maple Balsamic Bacon - Cooling

Pecan & Maple Balsamic Bacon

I know bacon recipes have almost become cliché on food blogs, but bacon captures attention like a bride walking down the aisle—no one turns away, all eyes are where they’re supposed to be … on the bacon recipe. Can the love of bacon be strong enough to handle one more? Yes. Besides, this isn’t all […]

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Sweet Potato Home Fries: Make Your Own Convenience Food

  Our youngest daughter has no problem eating the same breakfast every day. Let’s just say she gets on a certain food wave and rides it like there’s nothing else to eat. Last spring it was bagels … every morning. I would try to fix oatmeal or scrambled eggs, but all she wanted was a […]

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Apple Walnut Bread [Sprouted Wheat] - Served and ready to eat!

Apple Walnut Bread [Sprouted Wheat]

  In our front yard is a commingled grouping of crab apple trees boasting fragrant pink and white blossoms each spring, which in turn feeds wildlife (and not so wild neighbors) in the fall. One side of the grouping is a Japanese Crabapple (pink blossoms) with small, dark red berry-shaped sour fruit, unfit for anything […]

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