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Zuppa Toscana: Take Two

About a year and a half ago, a friend from church taught a group of us how to make a copycat Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana. I loved Lindsey’s version and found it to be a little lighter and probably a whole lot healthier than Olive Garden’s[...] read more

Easy and Delicious Swedish Meatballs

I know I’ve got a good thing going when Dave tells me four times how good it is, then adds, “These meatballs are five times better than Ikea’s, and four times better than Costco’s.” I had no idea my husband had spent so[...] read more

Guest Blogger Cindy Sheridan: Granola Bars

While having coffee a few weeks ago at Starbucks with my friend, Cindy, she mentioned that she had just made and sent a batch of granola bars to her son in the military. And I thought, “If these granola bars are THE thing her son wants in[...] read more

Chicken Pot Pie, and I Don’t Care

Be honest. You’re singing that song right now, aren’t you?

Once in awhile I substitute another phrase for “Jimmy Crack Corn.” A few days ago, while scanning the breakfast menu at Nomz (our new favorite Marysville diner), I began[...] read more

Butter Crust for Pie

A lot of people shy away from pies because they’re afraid of making the crust. But what if I told you it was possible to make really flaky, really delicious pie crust with only three ingredients? Not so scared now, huh.

This is my go-to recipe[...] read more

Peanut Brittle Hearts for Valentine’s Day

I’ve been meaning to share this peanut brittle recipe forever, because it’s one of the easiest candies you can make, and everyone seems to love it. I’ve also been meaning to post a Valentine’s Day recipe … and don’t[...] read more

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