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Will you be watching the Super Bowl on Sunday? If you aren’t tuning in to root for the Patriots or the Falcons, maybe you’re planning to watch Luke Bryan sing the national anthem or Lady Gaga perform during halftime. Or maybe … more
Last month I wrote about stockpiling and how much I love a good stockpile. I talked about how secure it made me feel and how much I loved proving my husband wrong when he tells me we are “out” of something. He should know by now that we … more
It is easy enough to put out bag after bag of chips during a Sunday football-watching party, or any other gathering for that matter. And it's not much harder to go the extra step and put those chips into an actual bowl ... you know, if you're … more
The muffins I made last night were not picture-perfect, but no one seemed to care (except me). In fact, we each ate two at dinner Monday night. It’s been several years since I made these strawberry cinnamon muffins. My family has always loved … more
It would be interesting to know just how many times I have made this recipe for chocolate chip muffins. It’s definitely been one of my favorite go-to recipes over the years for breakfast and snacks. I’ve also made the muffins many times … more
If you spend any time on Facebook of Instagram, the odds are good that you’ve watched a video showing a faceless cook frying bacon, measuring spices into a pot of steaming sauce or slicing sweet potatoes. Step-by-step videos showing cooks how … more
My daughter and I were among the first customers at the Downtown Farmers Market opening last week. We enjoy the local farm markets and frequent them often for fresh produce. But it wasn’t the strawberries that inspired me last week; it was the … more
I love pasta salads, especially in summertime. Give me a yummy pasta salad filled with veggies and a protein source, team it with fresh fruit, and I have the perfect lunch. We make several pasta salads at my house, and we change them up from time to … more
For the last month, I’ve been forced to go the easy route when it comes to meal preparation. I broke my ankle (yes, second ankle in three years), and had to make some concessions. Some things are easier than others to do from the … more
It smells like pie this time of year at Henry and Anne Mercer’s house. The tantalizing aroma of baking pie crust, rich butter and chocolate fills their Black Creek home. They started baking pies on Sunday, and by the time their Christmas … more
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