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Cook’n’Craft Sunday: All-Veggie Vegetarian Spaghetti

This is absolutely one of my favorite meals to have for dinner…and although it says “vegetarian” in the title, it can also be pretty flexible. You can add things like shredded chicken or beef to the sauce if you prefer a little meaty protein in your meals. For this recipe, I use an FANTASTIC tool… Continue reading Cook’n’Craft Sunday: All-Veggie Vegetarian Spaghetti

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Monday Munchies: From the Garden Italian Grilled Chicken Salad

Sometimes you just crave a nice, hardy, fresh, salad…not just rabbit food, but something healthy & hardy. This is a GREAT salad recipe…and if you have a food garden you can get a lot of the ingredients straight from your harvest. Ingredients you’ll need: 2 cups cut lettuce (mine was heirloom slobolt lettuce from my… Continue reading Monday Munchies: From the Garden Italian Grilled Chicken Salad

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Craft’n’Cook Saturday: Tropical Wedding Punch

So, as I mentioned earlier this week, my sister-in-law got married last Saturday. She had a 1920s Afternoon Tea theme for her wedding and reception. I was tasked with the job of baking my Honey-Vanilla Chocolate Chip Cookies and making the wedding punch. I found a punch recipe on Pinterest and made some alterations…and it… Continue reading Craft’n’Cook Saturday: Tropical Wedding Punch

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Monday Munchies: Honey Vanilla Chocolate Chip Cookies

  This is one of my absolute favorite desserts to prepare for get-togethers, parties, or just when my sweet tooth is desperate for something delish! **This is my own personal modification to an old McCormick’s recipe I found on the side of a McCormick’s vanilla extract box. I do a bit of a deviation from… Continue reading Monday Munchies: Honey Vanilla Chocolate Chip Cookies

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#FoodPantryChallenge

One of my favorite mottoes is a quote by the famous Benjamin Franklin:  “Do not put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” Don’t get me wrong, I’m not perfect. Procrastinating is one of the hardest personal issues I’m teaching myself out of. I tend to do it more when it’s something I dread- but it doesn’t just… Continue reading #FoodPantryChallenge