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Sweet and Spicy Chili

Sweet and Spicy Chili by SeededAtTheTable.com

The sweet chili sauce mixed with the spicy beans and chili powder make for a hearty sweet & spicy wintery dinner. Do you feel bad about not using up your pantry items before making your next grocery visit?  Although I am 99.9% sure that no one completely empties out their pantry, I always feel guilty […]

Chicken Salad Sandwiches with Cranberries and Mixed Nuts

Chicken Salad with healthy ingredients and fighter foods by SeededAtTheTable.com

A healthier chicken salad sandwich with fighter foods like mixed nuts and dried cranberries. Ben and I love chicken salad sandwiches.  My favorite way to serve and eat them is on a croissant roll with an additional layer of spinach.  Typically, I go for a combination with grapes, celery and mayo, like this recipe I […]

Anna’s House [Grand Rapids, MI]

The "All Shook Up" from Anna's House in Grand Rapids, MI - Waffles topped with bananas and peanut butter, sprinkled with bacon.

A quaint and cozy restaurant in the northeast side of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Anna’s House was recently titled “Michigan’s Best Breakfast Joint”. I first heard of Anna’s House after doing a quick Internet research on breakfast places in the Grand Rapids area.  We were in town visiting family in Rockford, MI and we wanted to […]

Caprese Quinoa Patties with Balsamic Ricotta Sauce

Caprese Quinoa Patties with Balsamic Ricotta Sauce by SeededAtTheTable.com

Round quinoa cakes, mixed with cheese and onion, and then topped with diced tomatoes and a delightful Balsamic Ricotta sauce. Another dish I made during December, in an effort to balance out all the holiday feasting, were these quinoa cakes.  Packed with flavor from the cheese and onions, Ben and I loved these and made […]

Tots in the Kitchen: Build Personal Pizzas

Let your kids build their own personal pizzas by SeededAtTheTable.com

Let your kids build their own personal pizzas, while you spend priceless face-to-face moments with them. Face to face time in the kitchen with my kids is very important to me.  It’s one of the reasons I re-branded last February, and it’s also the reason when we were looking for a house to buy last […]

Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies – No Butter!

Use coconut oil instead of butter for an even more flavorful cookie! by SeededAtTheTable.com

Chocolate chip cookies made with coconut oil instead of butter. Have you used coconut oil in any of your baking?  Are you on the “up and up” with this newer trend?  I recently received a sample of LouAna Coconut Oil and wanted to give it a try by switching it out in one of my […]

Simon is 8 (…almost 9) Months!

Simon 8 Months

Oh wow… have I not done a Simon update since his 4 month?  Ha!  Well, he is 8 months old now and how he has changed!! At 6 months, he started CRAWLING. Now, he’s pulling himself up to his feet and starting to cruise!  It’s all over.  He even climbed up a step of our […]

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chicken Tortilla Soup in the slow cooker by SeededAtTheTable.com

Throw it all in the slow cooker and let this tortilla soup cook through the day.  In the last few minutes before serving, bake up some crispy tortilla strips for the win! January is the month where we all resolve to be more healthy and try to detox from the consumption of Christmas cookies and […]

Dark Chocolate Pirouline Crescent Rolls

Pirouline Chocolate Crescent Rolls

Pirouline dark chocolate wafers rolled into the center of refrigerated crescent rolls, then drizzled with melted chocolate. About eight years ago, Ben and I spent a week in Italy where I discovered chocolate croissants.  Although I didn’t, I wanted to eat one every morning for breakfast.  Ever since that trip, I often cave and buy […]

Butterscotch Pretzel Pie

Sweet and Salty Butterscotch Pie by SeededAtTheTable.com

Adding pretzels to the crust of this butterscotch pie creates a sweet and salty surprise. Have you ever tried Butterscotch Pie?  I honestly had never heard of it until I saw Paula Deen’s recipe.  It was during my pie kick last week when I decided to search through a few of my cookbooks and find […]

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