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Cook With Your Kids #BensBeginners

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This post is made possible by Uncle Ben’s and The Ben’s Beginners Cooking Contest. Scroll to the end to find more information on how you can enter to win big while cooking with your kids. Hurry and enter, as the contest ends 10/10! By now, you should know that I love to spend time in […]

7 Tips for Daily Wellness

7 Tips for Daily Wellness - Run, Pray, Work, Play, Love, Nap, Eat.

Our schedule has been very busy lately with work, traveling, church, soccer and school back in session. Sometimes it’s difficult to keep up a healthy lifestyle when you’re juggling so many things. We want to skip our work outs, go to bed late, eat whatever is convenient and make our kids watch a bit more […]

Spring Cleaning: DIY Organized Pots & Pans Drawer

DIY Pots and Pans Drawer Organization by SeededAtTheTable.com @seededtable

Try this DIY trick to keep your pots and pans neatly organized in your kitchen drawers.  The easier it is to access your cookware, the easier it is for you to cook! Happy Spring, y’all!!  I know at least half of this country was anxiously awaiting the arrival of the first day of spring, and […]

The Best Shredded Chicken For Your Chicken Dishes + Homemade Chicken Broth

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How many of you have a pile of recipes that use shredded cooked chicken as the main ingredient?  <Raising my hand very high here.>  :)  And, how many of you run to the store to buy a rotisserie chicken when you need shredded chicken in a pinch?  <Raising hand, again.> A friend shared her mother’s […]

Perfect Easy-Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

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Do you have trouble hard-boiling your eggs so that they are perfectly yellow in the middle?  Or, maybe you have that conquered, but you can’t peel those darn eggs to save your life? I used to be one of you.  It was only in the last few months that I finally found my perfect hard […]

How To Cook Rice on the Stovetop

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Steps and tips for how to cook white and brown rice on the stove with perfect results. For many years, I would try to cook rice on the stove top with unsuccessful results.  Most times I would end up with crunchy rice, and on rare occasions it would be extremely mushy.  I tried many different […]

Monster Cupcakes Tutorial

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Last month we celebrated Judah’s 2nd birthday and I served these Monster Cupcakes.  They were a huge hit and every kid seemed to enjoy having not just one, but TWO suckers to slurp on after they finished their cupcakes. I promised a tutorial on how to make these.  They are actually pretty simple and can […]

DIY Homemade Flour Tortillas

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It seems many bloggers have a bucket list of sorts.  Most of them have publicly written about them and call them a 30 by 30 list (30 recipes they want to try before turning the age of 30) or 101 things I need to do before I die, etc.  I’m here to admit, I definitely […]

Father’s Day Sugar Cookies and a Gift Packaging Tutorial

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I’m excited about these cookies and the following tutorial.  Recently, I discovered a fun way to package my sugar cookies so they can be hand-delivered or safely mailed.  Just by picking up a few items at the dollar store and then using other things I always have on hand, I am able to create a […]

Bridal Shower ‘Tushie Cookies

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Almost two weeks ago we attended one of the most beautiful weddings I’ve witnessed.  The ceremony and reception were both held outdoors in the foothills of the gorgeous mountains that surround us.  About a week prior to the wedding, I made these cookies as a party favor for the bride’s lingerie shower.  I wish I […]

How To Cut Cauliflower

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There are probably two major groups of you out there.  Those who like cauliflower and those who don’t.  But, I have to wonder out of those that say they do not like it, how many of you have even tried it?  And, out of that group, how many haven’t tried it only because you do […]

Sugar Cookie Hearts

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Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and you might be on the search for a treat to bring to work, school, church, the neighbors, etc.  If you’re looking to impress, these are the choice for you!  Would you believe me if I told you that these cookies are extremely easy to decorate?  It only takes 3 […]

Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches might be too long of a title, but I wanted to capture its every essence.  :)  Earlier this week when I posted the recipe for the Pumpkin Ice Cream, I promised to share how I used it with another favorite treat.  Here it is!  This was in my mind all […]

How to Cut a Mango

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After taking the plunge to finally learn how to cut up a pineapple, I decided I should take my new confidence and learn how to work with other fruit I may have been intimidated with.  The first one that came to mind was was the mango.  I figured it was a good time to learn, […]

How to Cut and Dice a Pineapple

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Please don’t make fun of me.  Well, you can make fun of me, but don’t let me hear you.  Six years ago I was making dinner for some friends and included fruit cocktail as a side dish.  This was before Pennies on a Platter, and definitely at a time when I barely knew a thing […]

How to Seed a Pomegranate

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Pomegranate seeds and its juice has taken a rise in popularity lately, mainly because of their nutritional value (good source of vitamins B and C).  But, its sweet, juicy taste is also what I desire.  The seeds have been used to top a salad, garnish a cocktail, or squeeze into juice.  There are many other […]