Monthly Archives: December 2013

Chicken Gyros

I haven’t met a type of food I haven’t liked and am always up for trying something new. But there are days that I just want something comforting, something that (in concept) is easy, and I know everyone will eat. … Continue reading

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Edible Gifts Day 3: Granola

We all have someone on our list that just isn’t into sweets. When making edible gifts for the holidays it can be hard to get out from under the traditional candy, cookies and chocolate. My dad isn’t one of those … Continue reading

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Greek Lemon Potatoes

So, I love Pinterest, in fact, I may be just a little addicted to it. Yet most Pinterest things that I try end up a monstrous disaster. But I keep pinning and every once in awhile I come across a … Continue reading

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Edible Gifts Day 2: Truffles

One of the best things about making a majority of your gifts is the ability to sample the goods along the way. Today I’m sharing a fabulous truffle recipe. The basis of the recipe comes from a site called Your … Continue reading

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Something A Little Different Today

I don’t often do something like this, in fact, this is the first time… As a mother of a small child I have mixed feelings about food. What goes into it, how much can I afford, what will she eat … Continue reading

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Edible Gifts Day 1: Tea Cakes

Welcome to my first series of posts entitled ‘Edible Gifts’. This year our family has decided to make the majority of our holiday gifts to make them a little more personal (and affordable to boot!). Making all of your gifts … Continue reading

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