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How to Clean a Baby Bottle Safely
March 30, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Now you have a baby bottle, how do you clean it?

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Wedding Cocktail Hour
March 26, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The cocktail hour after the wedding ceremony gives everyone a chance to mingle before the dinner. Think of it as a ramped up happy hour, full of signature cocktails, and delicious food.

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Pantry Basics

How to Care for Your Nonstick Bakeware
March 24, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow our guide to extend the life of your cookware and experience perfect baking, every time.

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Family

Goat Cheese Ravioli
March 20, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

It’s hard to go wrong with ravioli because it can made with a variety of delectable fillings. The classic Italian dish dates back to at least the 14th century and it is loved all over the world.

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Pantry Basics

Caring for Your Coffeemaker
March 18, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If your coffee tastes dull, chances are it’s time to give your coffeemaker some attention. Keep your coffeemaker in peak condition and enjoy a fresh cup o’ joe every time by cleaning it regularly.

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Entertaining

Artichoke and Spinach Dip
March 16, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Nearly every casual restaurant in America has its own spin on the classic Artichoke and Spinach dip, but you can make your own with this easy recipe

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Wedding

Cutting the Wedding Cake
March 12, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Our guide to cutting your wedding cake.

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Entertaining

Homemade Ranch Dressing
March 10, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Celebrate any occasion with the all-American flavors of homemade ranch dressing.

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Family

Ideas for Cooking With Kids
March 6, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Want to build and share a life-long love of cookery with your kids? Some children may be able to handle more advanced techniques, and others may just be waiting their turn to take up the art of cooking! Here's a useful guide to the sorts of kitchen skills they can safely learn at different ages.

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Family

Slow Cooker (or stovetop) Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup
March 4, 2015 • Posted by Kimberly Killebrew at The Daring Gourmet

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Pantry Basics

Blender vs Food Processor
March 2, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

What exactly are the differences between a blender and a food processor?

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Baby

Baby Banana Pudding
February 26, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

A quick breakfast for baby that’s so good you’ll want to eat it too!

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Entertaining

Roasted Garlic Hummus
February 24, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The next time you’re hosting family or friends, instead of reaching for the salsa, try pairing your tortilla chips with homemade roasted garlic hummus made from blended chickpeas.

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Baking

A Better Blueberry Muffin
February 20, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Follow these tips to help make a better blueberry muffin!

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Wedding

The Wedding Registry
February 18, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Whether you are settling into your old home or moving into a new home together, the wedding registry is your chance to redesign your life.

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Pantry Basics

A Sweeter Spread: Almond Butter
February 16, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

To celebrate National Almond day, we have been whipping up some delicious almond butter in the kitchen.

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Baking

Paleo Brownies for Valentine's Day
February 12, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Has your partner gone paleo? Think that Valentine’s Day won’t be the same without your favorite sweet treats? Think again.

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Family

PB&J Ice Cream
February 10, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you’re looking for a new twist on a classic American staple, you have to try this tasty treat - PB&J Ice Cream.

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Pantry Basics

Celebrate National Chopsticks Day
February 6, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Did you know that it is National Chopsticks Day?

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Family

Creamy Kale Soup
February 4, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Warm up your family this winter with a spoonful of creamy kale soup!

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Baking

Small-Batch Chocolate Cupcakes
February 2, 2015 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

There are times when you just need a small batch of sweet treats for a few people.

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Entertaining

Perfect Super Bowl Nachos
January 29, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! And super bowl means one thing - delicious snacks.

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Pantry Basics

Chocolate Basics
January 27, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Most people love chocolate, but baking with it may be difficult. Learn the basics!

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Wedding

Easy as Pie
January 23, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

When you’re looking for a wedding dessert, never underestimate the power of a delicious homemade pie.

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Baking

Granola Bars
January 21, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

The classic granola bar can be transformed from a store-bought sugar rush into a nutritious treat when made at home.

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Family

Curry Popcorn
January 19, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

It’s winter and it’s also National Popcorn Day, so why not combine both into a fun evening at home with your family?

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Baking

Twice Baked Potatoes
January 15, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Baking doesn’t always have to mean cookies, cakes, and other sweet treats. Try this delicious savory dish as a side, or add a side salad and make it the star of your dinner.

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Pantry Basics

Guide to Gluten Free Flour
January 13, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

As you probably know, the most common flours are off limits for those on a gluten-free diet. This includes flours made from wheat, barley, and rye. Luckily, gluten-free flours are becoming more widely available and made from a delicious range of grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.

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Wedding

Wedding Tea Bar
January 9, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

Make your wedding reception stand out with this memorable tea bar idea. The aim is to create a beautiful display with an array of teas that guests can choose from to create their own special blends.

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Baking

Tempura 101
January 7, 2015 • Posted by Thomas White

If you’re looking for a versatile dinner for your family, tempura is a winning option. Tempura, meaning both the technique and finished product, is a crisp and fresh Japanese dish of seafood and vegetables.

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Family

Strawberry Shortcake Waffles
January 5, 2015 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Today is National Whipped Cream Day, a celebration of one of our favorite toppings. Whipped cream has a way of making everything it’s paired with a little bit better.

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Pantry Basics

Buffalo Sauce and Blue Cheese Dressing
December 30, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

2015 is right around the corner. What better way to start the New Year than to impress your friends and family with some homemade party foods?

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Baking

Santa’s Favorite Chocolate Peppermint Cookies
December 25, 2014 • Posted by Thomas White

These cool Christmas cookies are a fudgy treat that look as good as they taste! Perfect for a last minute gift, these versatile cookies are also great to have on hand and serve when unexpected guests drop by with good cheer and gifts this holiday season. They’re also a great way to use up leftover candy canes!

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Family

Christmas Pork Roast
December 23, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

The holidays are a chance to really show off your cooking skills and impress your family with special entrees. On Thanksgiving we all look forward to the turkey, but for Christmas we can explore other meats to be the center of attention at the dinner table.

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Family

Cinnamon Apple Sauce
December 18, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Apple sauce is a staple food for babies, but you want to eventually start introducing your new child to different tastes and spices. Cinnamon is a great added flavor to start with!

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Entertaining

Traditional Hanukkah Desserts
December 16, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a Jewish holiday that lasts eight days and nights. This holiday is celebrated by lighting the candles of a Menorah every night, playing dreidel, and eating oil based foods.

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Wedding

Winter Wedding Menu Guide
December 12, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Winter is a beautiful time of year. From the first snowfall being nothing short of picturesque to the holiday season, there are many things to rejoice over – and a winter wedding should be one! If you need a little help transforming your special day into a winter wonderland, we are here to help! This guide gives you themed menu items, as well as a few favor ideas to make sure your guests leave with the right impression.

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Baking

Holiday Biscotti
December 10, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

With the holiday season well underway, holiday parties are quickly approaching. There are certain to be all sorts of cookies at the gatherings, but in our opinion, no party would be complete without this irresistible Italian treat – a holiday biscotti.

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Pantry Basics

DIY Ranch Seasoning Mix
December 8, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

For all you ranch lovers out there, did you know it is very easy to make your own delicious ranch seasoning mix? You will no longer need to pick up those processed packets at the store!

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Family

Slow Cooker Vietnamese Pho
December 4, 2014 • Posted by Sara Croft from Solid Gold Eats

Have you ever warmed your face over a steamy bowl of Vietnamese pho? Sure, the word itself does not roll off the American tongue easily, but once you take your first slurp, you will continue to crave it like your grandma’s chicken noodle soup.

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Entertaining

Cocoa Nog
December 2, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

‘Tis the season! Whether you’re at a large holiday party or keeping it low key, it is hard to escape eggnog. Eggnog is one of those seasonal drinks that takes over while it can.

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Family

What to do with Thanksgiving Leftovers
November 28, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

You slaved over a stove for hours, maybe even days, to make your Thanksgiving meal a success. But now what are you going to do with all the leftovers?

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Baby

Thanksgiving Menu for Baby
November 26, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Thanksgiving is a time to come together with family and friends, and reflect on what you are thankful for. If you have a baby, you probably have a lot to be thankful for, but you are also probably very stressed.

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Wedding

Types of Wedding Cake Icing
November 24, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

An amazing wedding cake is just the thing to make your reception go from good to great. Every couple wants their cake to not only look lovely but also taste amazing. Once you’ve chosen your flavors it’s time to choose your icing. There are many different options but we’ve written up a guide to help you choose the right one for you and your guests!

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Pantry Basics

Top 5 Natural Foods for an Energy Boost
November 20, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

It’s the early afternoon and you are in desperate need of an energy boost to help get you through the day. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there!

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Baking

How to Decorate Cookies like a Professional
November 18, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

With the holiday season right around the corner, you probably have a bunch of events quickly approaching. Whether it is a family gathering or an office party, you are going to want to bring something that impresses the crowd. With that said, this post is going to teach you how to decorate cookies just like a professional!

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Entertaining

Hosting a Football Party
November 12, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Football season is clearly upon us, which means every Sunday is another opportunity to host a football party! Football parties are simple to host because you only really need to serve a couple of appetizers and then you are set for the game.

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Family

Tomato Soup & Grilled Cheese Croutons
November 10, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

It’s getting colder out, which means it is soup season. Kids love tomato soup, and grilled cheese goes with tomato soup like peanut butter goes with jelly. It is a perfect pair.

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Wedding

Cheese Fondue Appetizers for Your Wedding
November 5, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Weddings are when the happy couple finally exchange their vows, but weddings are also a time when the couple’s closest family and friends get to know each other. There is no better way to get to know someone than bonding over a nice fondue.

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Baby

Braised Beef with Sweet Potato Purée
November 4, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

It can be difficult coming up with different foods to feed your baby. This recipe for braised beef with sweet potato purée is best for your baby 8-10 months and is even suitable for freezing!

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Pantry Basics

DIY Taco Seasoning Mix
October 28, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

There are so many prepackaged taco kits out there, but once you try this homemade taco seasoning, you’ll never go back!

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Baking

Chocolate Butterscotch Pumpkin Streusel Cake
October 24, 2014 • Posted by Kimberly Killebrew at The Daring Gourmet

This cake represents a match made in heaven: Chocolate and butterscotch folded into a sweet and tender pumpkin cake, topped with a buttery walnut and cinnamon streusel, and drizzled with sugar icing. Yummmmm!

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Wedding

Wedding Invitation Ideas for Foodies
October 22, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Your wedding invitation sets the tone of your wedding. If either you or your significant other are considered the “foodie” of your friend group, then you should consider these unique wedding invitation ideas.

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Family

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
October 20, 2014 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Pulled Pork is no longer a winter dish. With a slow cooker, it can be made at any time of the year without heating up the kitchen.

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Baby

Oats and Apple Cereal for Baby
October 16, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Apples are a great source of nutrients and a great choice for a baby’s first food.

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Baking

Fall Baking: More Pecan
October 14, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

The autumn season has so many great flavors that are often overlooked. Pecans, being one item that does not get enough attention, are a fall classic.

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Entertaining

Autumn Sangria
October 10, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

For your next get together, instead of having just the same ol’ beverages, allow your guests to choose from an array of your favorite sangrias. Here are two autumn-inspired recipes to get you started.

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Baby

Can Babies Eat Pumpkin?
October 8, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

It is that time of year when everyone seems to be going crazy for all the autumn pumpkin flavors! Well now you can get your baby involved in the craze as well!

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Pantry Basics

New Ways to Make Pesto
October 6, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

When it’s time to figure out what sauce to use for a weeknight dinner pasta dish, pesto should definitely be one of your options. Its bold taste is easy to enjoy AND easy to make. Traditional pesto is made with basil leaves, Parmesan cheese, garlic, salt and pine nuts. Today we’re going to get a little more creative and explore some alternative ingredients.

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FALL in Love With Your Wedding
September 30, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Autumn is a beautiful time of year when the leaves are changing colors and the temperature is dropping. The scenery outside is perfect for wedding photos, but that is not the only reason to celebrate this season. Fall is a great time of year for weddings, and it is extremely simple to incorporate classic autumn items into your wedding.

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Family

Carrot-Ginger Soup for Fall
September 26, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

The leaves are finally changing colors and we’re starting to feel the autumn breeze. Soon, we’ll be spending less time trying to soak in the sun and more time trying to warm up. What better way to beat being chilly than with a flavorful soup?

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Pantry Basics

Make Your Own Brown Sugar
September 24, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

There are plenty of everyday ingredients that we buy in-stores and never think to make at home. Brown sugar is one of those ingredients! With just 2 simple steps you can have this staple ready to put in your cakes, cookies and more.

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Baking

"Zesty" Cookies
September 22, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Summer’s almost over so we don’t have to avoid our ovens any longer. It’s time to get back to baking! However, we don’t have to abandon our favorite summery flavors just yet. Lemon-lime is definitely a popular flavor that can add zest to many meals and drinks. Let’s not leave out cookies!

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Baby

Puréed Carrots for Baby
September 18, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

As a parent, you always want to serve your child the best foods possible. Especially when they are so young, you want to know everything that is in their food.

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Wedding

3 Unique Ways to Serve Drinks at Your Wedding
September 16, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Every wedding should be memorable and reflect the personalities and uniqueness of the couple. There are many ways to do this with your décor, music, venue and more. Today we’re going to share some ideas that will help jazz up the way you serve the beverages. Many people overlook this minor wedding detail, but remember that in weddings you can add personal touches anywhere!

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Family

How To Go Apple Picking with Children
September 12, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

Apple picking is a fall activity that you want to do with the entire family. Not only are you and your kids able to pick fruits with your own hands and see where your food is coming from, but with an abundance of apples, you’ll be able to enjoy apple-based treats for days or even weeks to come. With these simple recommendations, now your littlest member can join in the fun too!

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Family

Back to School Breakfast
September 10, 2014 • Posted by Jessica Wald

While it is technically still summer, we all know summer is unofficially over, and now your child has the back to school blues. Sometimes breakfast is the most challenging meal of the day, but it is still the most important meal of the day.

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Entertaining

Stuffed Mushrooms
September 8, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

There are many ways to incorporate mushrooms into your cooking but stuffed mushrooms may be our favorite. They make a very satisfying and savory appetizer or side dish for any special occasion or cocktail party. If you’re the cook in your family it’s certainly a recipe you want to have under your belt.

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Pantry Basics

Homemade Steak Rub
September 5, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Homemade spice mixes are a great way to explore your creativity in the kitchen. A tasty blend can make any steak, roast or chicken go from good to great. But why stop there? You can make your own spice mixes for stews, popcorn, tacos, seafood and more. Impress your family with a blend they can’t resist.

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Baking

Cookie in a Mug
September 4, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

On many days, most days actually, we crave something sweet and delicious like cake, cookies or brownies but we also don’t want to take a trip to the store or spend hours in the kitchen. That’s where the microwave comes in. You’re probably thinking, “How can I make something like cookies in the microwave?” We’ve got the answer.

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Wedding

3 Reception Ideas for the Guys
August 29, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

A lot of the time, most of the details of a wedding are surrounded around the bride. Everything from the decorations to the cake has a feminine flair. Let’s stray away from the traditional. We have some ideas that are sure to be a hit with the groom, and a happy groom makes a happy bride.

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Baby

Brown Rice for Baby
August 27, 2014 • Posted by Zachary Chiger

As a parent, making sure your baby is eating the right foods is very important. With all of the different kinds of processed foods out there, it is hard to really nail down exactly what goes into the food your child eats. One way to go about this is to introduce all natural foods into your child's diet, and one of the best we recommend is brown rice. You should start giving your child brown rice starting at around six months. Brown rice cereal in particular is the perfect texture for a baby and will get them eating healthy from an early age.

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Entertaining

Southern Fried Catfish
August 26, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

A good southern fish fry has always been a quick and easy way to get friends and family together. Catfish is usually the first item on the table to go! It’s great with homemade French fries, hushpuppies or maybe you’d enjoy it with a little coleslaw. Either way, catfish has always been on the VIP list of things to grab when the food hits the table

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Frozen Treats for Baby
August 21, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Summer’s not over yet. We’re still enjoying the beach, the sun and more importantly for us foodies, the icy treats. As you indulge in your tasty ice cream cone, don’t you feel a twinge of guilt that our baby can’t enjoy one as well? Fortunately there are plenty of alternatives that your baby is sure to love.

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Family

Grinding Meat for Steak Burgers
August 19, 2014 • Posted by Sara Croft from Solid Gold Eats

There are burgers, and then there are steak burgers. If you have had a true steak burger, you know the difference. What sets them even further apart is when you take steaks and turn them into burgers at home. Sounds complicated? Not when you have a food processor.

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Baking

Ice Cream Sandwich Guide
August 15, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Tis the season to indulge. Summer is the perfect time to enjoy your favorite cold treats. You can’t go wrong when you choose ice cream! Let’s take it up a notch and enjoy a deliciously decadent ice cream sandwich.

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Entertaining

How to Host the Perfect Movie Night
August 13, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Who doesn’t love movies? There are plenty of people who hate sports, watching television and playing video games, but you seldom find a person who doesn’t enjoy a good movie. Watching one at home is an easy way to have a lot of fun with friends and family. Whether you’re hosting movie night for the kids, for a romantic evening or for a group of friends, we have some tips that will make sure everyone has a great time.

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Pantry Basics

Jamaican Jerk
August 11, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s easy to let your mind wander off to sandy beaches, palm trees and relaxing music. All of these summer pleasures remind us of Jamaica. The dancing, the reggae, the patois and the people are the only exciting cultural aspects of the island. Our personal favorite lies within their cuisine.

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Family

National Raspberries and Cream Day
August 7, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Since it’s not only raspberry day, but raspberries and cream day, we’ve decided to celebrate with an cool-down summer ice cream recipe.

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Family

Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Kabobs
August 5, 2014 • Posted by Kimberly Killebrew at The Daring Gourmet

Nothing beats a sizzling hot skewer from the grill that's slathered down with a luscious, sticky finger-lickin' sauce. These Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Kabobs are fast and easy to make and are a guaranteed hit at your dinner table!

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Wedding

A Beach Wedding Menu
August 1, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Beach wedding menus allow for endless creativity. It gives you a chance to mix summer colors, frozen treats and your favorite flavors on your special day. If you’re having a destination wedding, that just adds to the fun! Today we’re going to focus on how you can bring the flavors of the sea to life in your menu.

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Family

Sweet Grilled Cheese
July 30, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s hard to beat a warm grilled cheese sandwich and a bowl of tomato soup after a long day. Whether you like the comforting classical American cheese version or something a little different such as goat cheese, gruyere or brie, a tasty grilled cheese is as good as it gets.

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Baby

Food Allergy Guide
July 29, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

According to Baby Centre, up to eight percent of children under three develop food allergies. This number has only been increasing. Therefore, it’s important to test your baby for allergies when introducing new foods. Don’t worry, it’s simpler than it sounds.

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Veggie Muffins for Baby
July 24, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Your baby is finally exploring the world of solid foods, an exciting time for both of you. However, it’s difficult to decide on a wide variety of foods. Switch things up with muffins. Soft on the inside and slightly firm on the outside, they are great when baby is used to chewing.

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Baking

DIY Protein Bars
July 22, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

When it comes to protein, protein bars are quite popular. However, one can almost cost $5.00 at your local grocery store. So why not save some money by making your own?

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Wedding

Something Blue
July 18, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Today we’ll focus on the “something blue.” Many couples choose to express this part of the line with quiet accents hidden throughout the wedding, with decals on shoes or blue stitching in wedding attire. Others prefer to make a bold statement with blue wedding themes and decor. Our favorite way to bring something blue into a wedding is of course, with food.

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Pantry Basics

Homemade Mayonnaise – Food Processor Method
July 16, 2014 • Posted by Jean at Delightful Repast

Homemade mayonnaise is something many of us wouldn't have very often if we had to make it by hand, but a food processor makes it easy to whip up a fresh batch anytime. If you have concerns about consuming raw eggs, this recipe is for you. It calls for heating the eggs just enough to kill any salmonella bacteria.

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Baby’s First Birthday: Finger Food Edition
July 15, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

There’s nothing quite as exciting as celebrating your baby’s first birthday. It’s a time to reflect on how much your baby has grown and learned. It’s only natural for parents to want their baby’s first birthday get-together to be as perfect as possible. Cuisinart is here to help with our list of birthday finger foods for your baby’s special menu.

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Can My Baby Have Coconut?
July 11, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Coconut is not only tasty, but extremely nutritious, containing B vitamins, iron, protein, phosphorus and zinc. It also promotes a healthy immune system and helps prevent infections. With that being said, we’re sure you don’t want your baby to miss out on the wonderful benefits of the coconut.

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Family

Savory Ice Cream Flavors
July 9, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

During these hot summer months, don’t you just wish everything came cold? When it comes to ice cream, there’s no limit to what savory meals you can turn into frozen treats. This may be hard to grasp at first but if you try out some of your favorite savory flavors, you’re sure to be won over.

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Baby

DIY Teething Biscuits
July 4, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Teething is certainly an exciting time as your baby is beginning to grow more and more each day. However, this phase can be very difficult for baby, causing soreness and swelling of the gums before a tooth breaks through. Teething biscuits can help ease the pain.

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Entertaining

Classic American Side Dishes
July 2, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

However you decide to celebrate the United States’ Declaration of Independence, these classic American side dishes are sure to be a hit with your guests.

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Wedding

The Summer Wedding Palate
June 30, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Summer weddings are certainly getting hotter and hotter. With the beautiful weather, photography, food and décor are sure to stand out. When planning a wedding during this season, it’s important to think about what kind of foods and drinks will keep your guests refreshed and ready to celebrate. There are many wonderful flavors that are perfect for summer. In this guide we will walk you through some delicious summer wedding menu ideas.

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Baking

Food-in-a-Jar
June 26, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

It’s sometimes hard to come up with homemade gifts ideas that are both creative and useful. Mason jars are used for so many fun and interesting things including storage, beverage holders and food containers. Our favorite way to use these jars is for recipes or layered ingredients to our favorite desserts. These make for great gifts or party favors for any occasion.

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Baby

Can Babies Have Olive Oil?
June 24, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

If you’re wondering whether or not olive oil is safe for your baby, stop wondering. This nutrient-rich oil has a ton of health benefits you don’t want your baby to miss out on!

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Pantry Basics

Cooking Up Couscous
June 20, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Have you been missing out on this inexpensive yet very filling pantry essential? If so, it’s certainly time to make a change. Couscous, known for its North African origins, is tiny pasta usually made of wheat. Traditionally it’s served over meat or vegetable stew but couscous is a very versatile side dish.

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Baby

Mushrooms for Baby
June 19, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Switch it up from the basic first foods of fruits and vegetables by adding mushroom into your baby’s diet. This immune-boosting veggie contains vitamin D, vitamin C, B vitamins, iron, potassium, protein, and other nutrients along with powerful antioxidants. Not to mention, mushrooms are definitely tasty!

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Wedding

Wedding Candy Ideas
June 17, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Cake is the traditional sweet treat at weddings, but that may not be enough to satisfy your sweet tooth. Candy never gets old. It can be dressed up or down, making it perfect for an elegant theme or a casual wedding. It’s also very easy to match candy to the overall color scheme. There are plenty of ways to get creative when incorporating candy into your wedding.

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Family

Father’s Day Dinner on the Grill
June 12, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Father’s Day is special in many ways. It’s the day you get to show dad how much he means to you and the rest of your family for all of the wonderful things he has done. Gift ideas are endless, from electronics to clothing, you name it! But what better way to show dad how much you love him than through his stomach? This Sunday, make dad feel special with an amazing home-cooked meal.

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Tofu for Baby
June 10, 2014 • Posted by Brea Buffaloe

Tofu is a soybean curd that’s rich in protein, calcium and iron. It has been a staple in Asian foods for ages but has recently become popular in America. It’s perfect for babies around 8 months of age. Tofu can come firm, soft and silken. Firm has the highest amounts of protein and iron and second highest amount of calcium.

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