Snacks + Sides

Baked Brie with Honey Pears and Toasted Walnut is an easy appetizer that deserves a spot on your holiday table.     Thanksgiving is only a week or so away. Do you have your menu already prepped and ready? Or do you wing it by the seat of your pants? Even though I don’t plan most […]

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Breakfast

There are some days, okay a lot of days, when I don’t feel like cooking breakfast. I wake up about 40 minutes before I have to hustle out the door. That means I have to put on my makeup, find underwear and make myself something that is nourishing and filling. Nine times out of ten, […]

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Snacks + Sides

Holiday entertaining can be incredibly stressful. Thankfully, I came from a small family with very few cousins and extended relatives. It makes things easier when you only have six people to feed instead of ten or twenty. We usually keep the food low key and stick to the classics – a roast of some kind, […]

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Drinks

I’ve been a huge fan of chocolate since I was a child. When I was three years old, my mom found me in the kitchen crying because I couldn’t reach the chocolate chips. She rectified things by pulling out the ingredients to make hot chocolate. My cries were immediately hushed. Can you blame me? She […]

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Wellness Tips

The other week on the blog I discussed my own journey with people pleasing and how it altered the course of my life, but ultimately figured out how to auto-correct before it was too late. It can be hard to recognize our weaknesses when our knee-jerk reaction is to put blinders on. Pulling back the […]

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Entree

I’m not quite sure what people are talking about when they say soup weather. I personally enjoy a bowl of soup when its sunny and eighty and when it’s rainy and fifty. To me, there is no difference. Maybe because I’m in love with how easy it is to throw ingredients into a pot, cover […]

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