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  • Halloween Sugar Intake
    Created By knumbersonOct-31-2016

    If your house is like ours Halloween is a much anticipated sugar fest.  Even though I try to limit the candy intake, it comes in all shapes and sizes from school, neighbors, family and friends.  I can't complain about people's kind deeds in leaving goodies fo


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  • Back to School Meals Made Simple
    Created By knumbersonAug-30-2016

    Back to School Meals Made Simple
     
    Getting back into a school routine can be hard for the student as well as the one feeding them.  Here are five of our go-to


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  • Bison over Beef
    Created By knumbersonJul-25-2016

    Choosing Bison over Beef

     

    When you think of cooking with ground beef you will likely envision an endless possibility of recipes.  Italian, Mexican and all kinds of other dishes can be created from


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  • Culinary Therapy
    Created By knumbersonMay-09-2016

    As many of my blog posts and television cooking segments will attest, I have a strong opinion about the importance of family meal time. There are numerous benefits- both emotional and physical. Today I have been pondering the benefits in the kitchen not just for the family but specifically for th


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  • Mise En Place
    Created By knumbersonApr-18-2016

    Mise en place is a French culinary phrase which means "putting in place", as in set up. It is used in professional kitchens to refer to organizing and arranging the ingredients such as cut meats, chopped vegetables, broths, etc. that a cook will require for the menu items that are expected to be


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  • Five Simple Ways to Get Spring Cleaning Done Fast
    Created By knumbersonMar-28-2016

    It’s that time of year when the weather and the budding of nature beckons a fresh start.  Spring can be a great time to refocus on diet, exercise and yes, sprucing up our abodes.  It can also be  a busy time of year for many families with Spring sports, field trips


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  • Five Reasons I Use a Frying Pan Instead of a Wok
    Created By knumbersonMar-14-2016

     

    I love to try out new recipes and duplicate favorite restaurant dishes. Many times this means trying new Chinese recipes. Repeatedly the word 'wok' is in the directions of said recipes. Each time I have made a new Chinese dish for my family they are thrilled that we are eating deli


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  • 6 Ways to Make Resolutions Stick
    Created By knumbersonFeb-01-2016

    Here we are... one month into 2016. Are the new year resolutions sticking? Here are a few tips we hope you will find useful to keep helping you fight your battle.

     

    1. Give Willpower a workout: Building willpower is like building muscle. Consistently focusing on building will


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  • Tips for a simple but amazing dish presentation!
    Created By knumbersonJan-04-2016

    I went to dinner yesterday at a good friend's house who put out a delicious spread. Have you ever noticed dinner is even better when someone else makes it for you? The food itself was an amazing meal of pot roast, veggies, creamed corn, salad and rolls. What made it even more amazing was her simp


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  • 9 Best Holiday Food Hacks
    Created By knumbersonDec-17-2015

     

    This time of year it's nice to save time and sanity wherever you can.  Here are nine of our favorite hacks to help you in the kitchen.

     

    1. Keep your ice cream in a ziplock bag to keep it softer. Great way to avoid freezer burn and make it easier to scoop.


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