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These oatmeal bars are satisfying, not too sweet, and are simple to make in large batches. They store well for a quick & easy breakfast or snack on the go. Make sure to not over-bake if you prefer a chewier

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March 2, 2015

Fruit Hamantaschen

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We recently experimented with Leah Koenig’s Hamantaschen recipe from her new cookbook, Modern Jewish Cooking: Recipes & Customs for Today’s Kitchen. While we are not Jewish, we can appreciate other cultures, especially their traditions, which includes their food. Leah’s original

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It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with my pup, Cash. He’s with me in the office all day so I spend a lot of time with him. Cash, a 3 year-old pitbull, needs a lot of exercise to satisfy his

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Summer cherries add a fun twist to a classic gin and tonic. These are roasted in the oven, muddled in agave nectar and added to our classic cocktail base. (full recipe below)  ROASTED CHERRY GIN & TONIC (yields 2 servings)

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Summer is in full swing which means strawberries are plentiful. I bring home a basket of strawberries daily and incorporate them into virtually every type of meal. Strawberry crostini with goat cheese, balsamic and basil is the perfect sweet Summer

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June 26, 2014

Sweet Tea Mojitos

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Sweet Tea Mojitos

Sweet tea brewed in the hot sun, combined with lemon and fresh mint of a classic mojito, results in the perfect front porch cocktail for warm Summer nights. With or without alcohol, this refreshing drink is easy to make and

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June 17, 2014

Lychee Boba Tea

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  After trying boba tea once, I was immediately hooked on this fun alternative to the usual cold summer beverages – iced coffee, smoothies or juice. Boba tea, also known as bubble tea, is a Taiwanese drink with a base

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