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Cranberry Chutney

Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple, but if we are being honest, it's not our favorite side. But since you have to have some cranberry on the table, we wanted to share a recipe for a cranberry chutney that is a perfect substitute!

Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies

It's National Cookie Day! Whether you love chocolate chip, oatmeal, snickerdoodle or gingerbread, it's a perfect day to grab a glass of milk and get to dunking! If you don't have any cookies, then here's a great recipe for chocolate chip pudding cookies.

Make your own applesauce: Step by step guide

I was excited to hang out with our favorite gals at Foxhollow Farm last night to learn how to make my own applesauce. Our instructor Maggie was great and showed us the step by step process of turning apples into applesauce. Keep reading for the step by step instructions.

Lemon Chicken and Potatoes

Need a delicious recipe for tonight's dinner? This is a perfect recipe to use in the summer. Lemon chicken and potatoes make a great meal!

Chicken Grilled Pizza

Grilling pizza is a different way to enjoy an old favorite. This recipe for grilled pizza is a little different than a normal pizza, with potato and caramelized onion.

Mexican fajitas

Easy fajitas the whole family will love...

Chocolate banana bread

We are big dessert fans! From brownies to cookies to cake, we can't get enough sweet treats. And we have sampled many, many desserts in our lives but this one is a favorite. Keep reading for our recipe for Chocolate banana bread with bourbon syrup.

National Candy Corn Day!

Tomorrow is a favorite holiday for the kids (and candy-lovers) out there. Halloween is here! Have you ever thought about your favorite Halloween treat? We are big fans of candy corn here. We love the triangle, multi-colored goodness! And lucky for us - today is National Candy Corn Day!

Natural Egg Dyeing: Step-by-step

If you celebrate Easter, you know it's right around the corner on Sunday March 31. One of our favorite Easter traditions is dying Easter eggs. And we found out there is a better way to do it! Keep reading for the natural way to dye eggs.

Banana Sour Cream Muffins

Today, we have a recipe for banana sour cream muffins to share. It's a simple recipe with a couple of ingredients that is not only a way to get some fruit in your diet, but is yummy too!

Homemade Sausage Pizza

Last week we shared the recipe for deep dish dough, made at home. And now we have another awesome pizza recipe. There are so many combinations of great ingredients, but we love this recipe for pizza. 

Apple Fritters

Making a great dessert (or let's be honest, snack) is easier than you think. In fact, you may not have to look further than your own pantry and refrigerator. Keep reading for an apple fritter recipe.

Jalapeno Cornbread

Need a great recipe for cornbread? Try this spicy version!

Perfect Apple Pie

It's almost July 4th, the day we celebrate America's independence! And what better way to celebrate America than with Apple Pie.

Vinegar Guide

Vinegars are typically strong and flavorful. But what's the difference between each kind? Check out Jill's Vinegar guide!

Making a perfect Omelet

Making scrambled eggs doesn't equal a meal and who has time to cook sides before getting to work? That's where the omelet comes in!

Roasted Eggplant

It's always a good idea to eat more veggies and if you can make them extra delicious, it won't be such a chore. Here's a great recipe to get some more vegetables in your diet: Roasted Eggplant.

Butternut Squash Soup

The cooler weather is here and we are ready for fall! Fall is in full swing as of last night, so it's time to get out the fall fare. This recipe is healthy, sweet and filled with good things for you like antioxidants. It's also an adorable addition to your next meal served in a pumpkin!

Couscous Salad

Eating healthy doesn't mean you have to starve yourself. You can make a hearty meal that is good for you.

Using Your Pumpkins!

By this week, many people have visited the pumpkin patch or picked up a few pumpkins at the local market. But after Halloween, the pumpkins are either trashed or put in the compost. But you can actually use them. Here's how!

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