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Baked Fontina

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Annie’s Eats invited us to a virtual holiday party!  What is a virtual holiday party, you ask?  In this situation it is five other food bloggers posting a recipe or a picture of a dish they would bring to a real life holiday party.  I was so excited to be invited to this event and […]

Peanut Butter Blossoms

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Peanut Butter Blossoms are such a classic cookie that most people make only during the holidays.  Can anyone tell me why?  I’ve been hunting for the reason that these aren’t enjoyed all year long!  There isn’t a seasonal ingredient in the recipe, so I’m baffled. One reason I do not make them all year long […]

Christmas Crunch Cookies

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I’m.so.tired.  This week has been a busy yet very fun week.  Saturday was Judah’s first birthday party (so fun!), Monday we had a Christmas party to attend, Tuesday we hosted the college girls for a Christmas baking night and last night we hosted the Ugly Sweater Christmas party where we ate the sweets we baked.  […]

College & Career Ladies’ Christmas Baking Extravaganza

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Last night was one of the most amusing nights I’ve had in my kitchen.  The reason?  I had the opportunity to share it with eight other fun gals (nine, if you include the precious 18 month old!) Ben and I lead the weekly college/career Bible study group at our church.  We’ll be hosting the Ugly […]

Garlic Rice Pilaf

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I love it when I find a new recipe that will become a regular in our house.  Such is the case with this dish.  Keeping in mind that this blog is a chronicle of my growth in cooking, I am ashamed to say – yet compelled to share – that I used to keep a […]