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It seems like just yesterday I fell asleep anticipating December’s arrival. In a blink, I woke up and Christmas is only a day away! I’m not certain how the season arrived so quickly, but now begin the festivities as we say farewell to the year. The holidays are a special time for me, as I travel…

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That’s how our dinner and spring go together, and tonight quite literally! With Easter celebrations just behind us, do you now have 4+ pounds of leftover ham in your possession? How about a savory starch that will go perfectly alongside? If you’re not stuck with a mountain of baked ham, not to worry, this recipe…

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Let’s face it, sometimes vegetables become mundane. Peas, broccoli, spinach—a boring borage of green. An edible chore of edible plants, and it doesn’t taste like cheese. It can feel like a dismal dietary requirement, but what if . . . what if we can brighten-up our next monochrome meal with fresh herbs, savory flavors, and some…

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Do you ever feel like you just want to up-and-go to Italy, relax amidst the picturesque scenery, indulge in vino and inordinate portions of carb-laden pasta? Well, that makes two of us! When life’s daily humdrum inhibits me from leaving on a jet plane, I find inspiration in making a home-cooked meal. Since it’s cloudy…

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Let’s face it, when it comes to meatloaf this comfort classic gets a bad rap. Visions of Grandma’s over-baked, under-seasoned, cement brick evokes dinner depression, but it doesn’t have to be this way. What if meatloaf got its sexy back?  It can with a little help from bacon. I didn’t eat meatloaf much growing up—my…

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