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Homemade English Muffins in the Bread Machine from Dine & Dish

A Breakfast Solution {Recipe: Sausage and Cheese on Homemade English Muffins}

I have a confession to make. I Love, with a capital L, Sausage Cheese McMuffins from McDonald’s. I blame it on Leah. This love began when I was pregnant with her. I couldn’t stomach meat of any kind, but for some reason craved Sausage Cheese McMuffins like they were going out of style. It was […]

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Weekday Breakfasts {Recipe: Protein Packed Breakfast Scramble}

It’s that time of year again… the time where if you’ll look back over my blogging history, you’ll notice a little dip in emotion in August. I seem to enter a sort of depressed stuporish state of mind. Why oh why does August seem to come out of nowhere, each and every year? Seems like […]

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Bananas Foster Pancakes from Dine & Dish

A Month Long Pancake Party {Recipe: Bananas Foster Pancakes}

It’s no secret that I am a fan of pancakes (even more, the different syrups that go on top of pancakes!). When Rachel from the blog Rachel Cooks announced that she was devoting the entire month of July to pancakes and asked me to participate, I knew this was one event I didn’t want to […]

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Cookie Dough Waffles by Dine & Dish

Belgian Cookie Dough Waffles Recipe – Giveaway Closed

The giveaway is closed. Congratulations to the Sweet Tooth Runner for winning! Thanks to all who entered. Sometimes a girl just wants to have fun… well fun, and great tasting food! For those fun-loving friends looking to combine quirky recipes with a great time, The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook by Lindsay Landis is for you. […]

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Happiness is a Bowl Full of Cherries {Recipe: Cherry Cream Coffee Cake}

I am happy. It feels so good to say that. I am happy and that makes me happy. After a year of ups and downs, worrying, frets and stress it feels so good to be able to say that I really am happy. Our summer, so far,  has been one of intentional happiness. I purposely […]

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Cream Cheese Blueberry Muffins

RWOP Delicious Dream Trips {Recipe: Philadelphia Cream Cheese Blueberry Muffins}

There’s a little something I want to share with you, and it has to do with making your travel dreams come true. We all want to make our dreams come true, right? Philadelphia Cream Cheese has a thriving online community of home cooks (like us!) called The Real Women of Philadelphia (RWOP). This community, with […]

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Chocolate Pancake Syrup

Even Better {Recipe: Creamy Chocolate Pancake Syrup}

“Oh, dear me!” Those were the first words that escaped my lips when I first tasted this creamy chocolate pancake syrup. Then I took another spoon full and continued to sing praises of joyous things unto the world. This. Is. Good. Period. When I took Chef Brad’s awesome recipe for Buttermilk Syrup and turned it […]

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Project 365 2012 – Weeks 18 & 19 – A Photo a Day Journey

We’re half way through May, already, and I have 2 weeks of Project 365 photos to share with you since I didn’t post last week. We had a week of celebrations, outside fun and for me, magazine deadlines galore. I tried to take out my DSLR as much as possible, but some days had to […]

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Because I’m the Mom {Recipe: Buttermilk Biscuits}

“Mom, why do you get to put all of that butter and honey on your biscuits and we only get a tiny bit?” The question asked was fair enough. Buttermilk biscuits, fresh from the oven, are meant… they practically BEG for… melted butter honey goodness, but my kids don’t need to know that. They will […]

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Bacon Muffins Vert

Bacon and Cheese Breakfast Muffins with a Kick

Pin It Weekends at our house are a time for more leisurely breakfasts… things that require more effort than the opening of a box and a pouring of cereal and milk into a bowl. Weekends are for stirring, sifting, baking… the smell of bacon or sausage wafting up the stairs, rousing the kids enough that […]

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