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King's Hawaiian Meatball Sub from dineanddish.net

For the Dads {Recipe: Hawaiian Meatball Subs}

A Father’s Day recipe for meatball subs with a Hawaiian touch and made with King’s Hawaiian Mini Sub Rolls.  Father’s Day is this weekend… yay dads! Don’t you think dads are the hardest to buy for? I struggle every year for both my husband and my dad when it comes to father’s day gifts. One […]

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Travel Holland Michigan Vacation Guide

Summer Travel Series – Holland, Michigan

Last summer, I posted on Facebook that my family was looking for a family friendly vacation spot within a one day drive from Kansas City. I expected to hear things like Galveston, TX or Minneapolis, MN, but what I didn’t expect was an overwhelming number of people giving the highest accolades to Michigan. People were praising […]

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Pistachio Avocado Quick Bread from dineanddish.net

Pistachio Avocado Quick Bread and a Giveaway!

Diamond Pistachio Nuts and Avocados come together for a tender and flavorful quick bread. The other day I was feeling a bit full of myself, bragging about my love of baking and how even the summer heat doesn’t keep me from turning on the oven. Then, I went into my kitchen and whipped up a loaf […]

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Flavorful Bacon California Avocado Fries by www.dineanddish.net

Recipe: Bacon and California Avocado Fries

Bacon and California Avocado Fries are a flavorful snack or appetizer when you are looking for something just a little bit different! We are almost a week into summer break and my kids are already expecting me to feed them 3 meals a day, plus snacks. What’s up with kids thinking they need to be […]

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PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spread in Blueberry

Coffee Tuesdays with Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spreads

Recently, I started hosting a weekly coffee hour for friends at my house. It has been a really great chance for anyone who needs a quick break in their morning to come over and relax for a bit while catching up with friends. I’m calling it “Two Handed Coffee Hour” – inspired by a blog post […]

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Fireworks at the Liberty Memorial Memorial Day Celebration in Kansas City

Memorial Day Gratitude

“God bless America, Land that I love, Stand beside her, and guide her Through the night with a light from above. From the mountains, to the prairies, To the oceans, white with foam God bless America, My home sweet home.” Irving Berlin My deepest heartfelt gratitude to those who currently serve our country, those fallen […]

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Dine and Dish 2014 Summer of Fun Bucket List Summer activities for kids

2014 Summer of Fun Bucket List

Hi friends! Sorry for the silence around here lately. My parents have been visiting and we have been busy wrapping up the last few weeks of school! Today is the first day of our summer vacation, which happens to be my most favorite time of the year! We’ve had an awesome first day…if today is […]

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Double Chocolate French Toast from dineanddish.net

Sharing Mother’s Day {Recipe: Double Chocolate French Toast}

A very special Mother’s Day breakfast…Double Chocolate French Toast made with King’s Hawaiian Bread. This year, Mother’s Day is extra special for me because I get to share it with Leah! Yes, friends, Leah’s birthday is on Sunday and my baby… whom I’m sure I just brought home from the hospital yesterday…is turning 5! How this […]

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The Happiness Report 28 dineanddish.net

The Happiness Report #28

Hi friends and happy Friday! It has been so so so cold here this past week…it’s bringing me down. I’m hopeful that this weekend things will turn back around and Spring will be here to stay for awhile. Until then, I thought I’d take a little assessment of the things that have been making me […]

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California Avocado Walking Tacos www.dineanddish.net

California Avocado Walking Tacos

This recipe for Walking Tacos was created using fresh California Avocados.  Cinco de Mayo is coming up, which happens to be my favorite food holiday of the year. I know that Cinco de Mayo has way more significance than just the food, but you have to admit…it’s hard to find a holiday to celebrate with […]

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