As a general rule, I don’t tend to fall in love with anything that is too strictly tied to one theme, with the exception of kids parties and baby showers, where I think it’s really fun and perfectly appropriate.
This post was first published on December, 22,2012. I m re-posting this again as I m sharing this great Christmas recipe on the Cookmore site prior to my trip to Chicago for the Kenmore Blogging Summit 2013.
I love the challenge of creating healthier versions of classic recipes. Earlier this week I asked my Facebook readers: what Halloween treat would they like a re-imagined healthier version of? Popcorn balls popped up (pun ...
Just Desserts: A triple-almond cream pie with cherries on top Detroit Free Press It's the perfect time of year to make this recipe for almond cherry cream pie, which works the subtle, yet complex flavor of almonds into all three layers: a crispy...
29.99 USD Cranberry Jam made from New England Ocean Spray Cranberries Using the recipe from the back of the fresh cranberries, I added oranges, apple cider, scant bit of minced onion, cinnamon, cloves, salt and homemade vanilla.
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