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  • ThumbnailGrowing up in my house, my family created one of my favorite Sunday traditions. My parents would wake up at the crack of dawn (more like 8 a.m., but for a kid, that’s EARLY!) and go buy bagels for my sisters and […]

  • 1. Stir together 1 cup of warm water, 1 tablespoon of yeast, and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.

    2. Let the mixture rise for about five minutes, until foamy, and add 2 1/4 cups of the all-purpose flour and the […]

  • I’m so glad the recipe worked out for you! We made it again the other day with some zucchini and a little bit of corn left over from the farmers market and it was just as good 🙂

  • ThumbnailSo back in January, I sent a couple of posts in that my husband and I were going to try at least one new recipe each month. We’ve been successful so far, but I have barely written about them recently!

    This […]

  • Bring stock to a simmer, and keep on back burner on low. Saute onion and garlic until soft, and add in rice. Cook rice until slightly transluscent. Stir in zucchini, and cook until just barely softened. Stir […]

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    When I was in college, I lived in a rural mountain town. Sure, we had a grocery store (where I actually worked for a few years), but I preferred going around to all of the farm stands for as much of my food as […]

  • This sounds great, Robin! Growing up, my mom used to rub our pork down with spicy/brown mustard before cooking. My other favorite was when she would cook in whole-berry cranberry sauce. We would toss the pork […]

  • I somehow just got all of the emails about your comments and I’m so glad you all liked this! It’s only been about a week, and my husband is requesting sushi for dinner already 🙂

  • ThumbnailI’m not one for making New Years Resolutions. Usually they turn out to be something that I can keep for a few weeks, then give up in frustration. But this year is different! This year I will change! This year, […]

  • Cook rice with rice wine or red wine vinegar. When the rice is cooked (and very sticky) fluff and let cool.

    While the rice is cooking, cut up all of the fillings. I julienned the following: cucumber, carrot, […]

  • Oh man, I might need to try using Rolo’s and making like a pretzel sandwich with those! Thanks for all the great suggestions y’all!

  • ThumbnailGrowing up, one of my favorite treats mom would make around the holidays were her Chocolate Pretzel Snaps. I would always look forward to her making them. Not only could we spend some quality time together in […]

  • Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.

    Place a single layer of pretzels on your baking sheet. Top each pretzel with a chocolate wafer.

    Bake the pretzels until the chocolate is just barely melted, about 3 minutes. […]

  • i have such fond memories of making these while growing up. especially when it involves the elaborate houses my aunt let me help make. she even takes it step further and fills the house with miniature candy bars […]

  • ThumbnailGwumpki. When my husband first told me this is what his parents were making for us for dinner one night, I honestly had no clue what to expect. I knew it was a Polish dish that involved cabbage and meat, that […]

  • Core the cabbage and steam in a covered sauce pot for about 10 minutes, until the leaves easily peel off. Set aside.

    Make the filling by mixing together the ground meet, rice and shredded carrot.

    Pour a […]

  • Kerrie thanks so much for posting this! My father-in-law and I were just discussing making these yesterday, so it’s perfect timing. I can’t wait to make some this weekend 🙂

  • Astrid, this is so awesome! There is a restaurant near me that makes their own mustard and I’ve wondered for so long how they do it! Now that I know it’s not that difficult, I will be trying it soon and can’t wait to taste the results.

  • I actually tried that this morning for breakfast. What a great suggestion, it was delicious! Thanks y’all!

  • ThumbnailOne of my favorite memories from childhood is eating spaghetti pancakes with my best friend who lived across the street. Every time his mom made them, both my sisters and I would run over to his house and with the help of his brother, the five of us would devour them instantly. For those who don’t […]

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