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French Toast Monkey Bread by www.dineanddish.net

When No One’s Watching {Recipe: French Toast Monkey Bread}

There are things I do when no one is watching that I’m not so proud of. Today, I took a giant swig of my coffee creamer.. by itself… WITHOUT the coffee. I couldn’t help it though. Have you tasted the International Delights Cold Stone Creamery Sweet Cream coffee creamer? Holy cow, that stuff is good. […]

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Louise

Saying Goodbye to a Favorite

I’m sitting here in tears that won’t stop this morning, grieving the loss of a friend I never met. Meet Louise… a long time Dine & Dish blog reader and commenter. I found out this morning through a Google search that Louise recently passed away in her home, at the sprite age of 90. Louise […]

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Creamy Tomato Basil Soup by www.dineanddish.net

A New Love {Recipe: Creamy Tomato Basil Soup}

If you would have told me before today that I would make tomato soup and after one taste, I’d sit down and devour the whole bowl, I would not believe you. In fact, before today, the mere words “tomato soup” made me gag a bit. I love tomatoes fresh from the garden and in sauce […]

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Harry and David Cheers Card

Thinking of You {A Harry & David Giveaway} CLOSED

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to winner, Jackie Davis! Thanks to all who entered. There are few greater feelings in the world than knowing you’ve helped to make someones day special. When I asked the question “Do you prefer to give or receive?” on the Dine & Dish Facebook Page, so many of you […]

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6 Philadelphia Cream Cheese Recipes from www.dineanddish.net

The Many Shades of Philadelphia Cream Cheese

(1) Raspberry Parfaits (2) Baked Onion Ring Dip (3) Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake (4) Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake (5) Zucchini Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting (6) Monterrey Spinach Artichoke Dip I’m kind of a big fan of things with Philadelphia Cream Cheese in them. I was looking through past recipes in my blog archives the other day […]

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Baked Onion Ring Dip by www.dineanddish.net

$100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway {Recipe: Baked Alexia Onion Ring Dip}

Since joining the team at Alexia Foods as one of their blogger tastemakers, I’ve had a fun time trying to recreate old classic recipes using some of my favorite Alexia Food products. You might recall the Sweet Potato Casserole Bites I made awhile back, using Alexia Sweet Potato Puffs. Well, I’m at it again, but […]

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Neapolitan Cream Filled Cupcakes at www.dineanddish.net

Baby Love {Recipe: Neapolitan Cream Filled Cupcakes}

I remember the day we found out our first baby was going to be a boy. I, of course, was happy to find out he was healthy but I was beside myself with worry about what I’d do with a boy. I am a girly girl, all the way around, and for some reason just […]

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Four Seasons Hotel Denver Colorado

Travel: Girls Weekend at The Four Seasons Hotel, Denver

This past August, our family went on a family vacation to Colorado. I’ve promised time and time again to share with you all of the fun we had in Denver and Estes Park, and I’ve finally had the time to go through the 600+ (ahem) pictures I took so I can share some of them […]

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Slow Cooker Asian Spice Chicken Wings

Recipe: Asian Spice Slow Cooker Chicken Wings

I am starting to become a big, huge fan of my KitchenAid slow cooker. It took me awhile to appreciate the time saving value it could have in my life, but now that I know, I’m sold. You can make everything, practically, in a slow cooker! Breakfast, lunch and dinner… and even a snack in […]

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Fried Cheese Curds from www.dineanddish.net

Power of Suggestion {Recipe: Fried Cheese Curds}

Marketers love me. They really do. I’m their target for commercials because it takes very, very little for me to get an idea stuck in my head and then I need that idea to come to fruition right that very minute. I’m the perfect case study for the power of suggestion. My husband knows better […]

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