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Dear February the Fourteenth, It’s nice to see you again; I’ve missed you. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I’ve truthfully been missing you, for your candy . . . but will you still be my Valentine? I’ll most definitely make you dinner. Is there still a giant red, heart-shaped box full of mystery chocolates in…

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… well, it is a holiday, so a little celebration seems appropriate. However, these bars don’t charge a cover, nor give you a hangover (maybe a sugar headache — ask me tomorrow). They do however, give you a very sweet ending to your day off. Whether it be pot-lucks, good-lucks, or in honor of lucky, Lady Liberty…

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Welcome to part 2, of our original 4th-of-July post! Here is the original post for: Patriotic Potato Salad, and here is our recipe and tutorial for dipping our berries! On this occasion we’re doing a traditional chocolate dipped, but using white chocolate and a little blue-bedazzling. All we need to do are get some berries,…

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Star-Spangled—our potatoes & strawberries shall be! What do they have in common? Luckily we’re not mixing the two, but both are getting a little red-white-&-blue makeover today. Our patriotic dishes are in honor of Independence Day, and the freedom we’ve since come to share. It was technically Freedom’s 236 th Birthday, so we did not…

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Farewell Spring, because I am ready for summer and so is my salad. We’re going to call-on warm weather ingredients like fresh, farmer’s market strawberries, spinach, sweet corn, cucumbers and beets for one perfect bowl of salad goodness. We’ll dress to the occasion with a homemade poppyseed balsamic dressing. Who wants to slave over the…

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