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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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Avocado Verde with red roasted peppers and goat cheese on a whole grain pizza crust

Goodness Without a Name and a Giveaway!

Friends, there are times when I get really stumped as to what to name a recipe. Take this tasty creation pictured above. We have a tender whole grain pizza crust topped with Wholly Salsa Avocado Verde, creamy goat cheese and roasted red peppers. It’s not really pizza, even though I used a pizza crust as […]

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Decadent Scrambled Eggs from www.dineanddish.net

Simplifying Spring {Recipe: Decadent Scrambled Eggs}

  I’m partnering with KRAFT on this wonderful brunch recipe, and chatting about my current obsession… farmhouse living.  Friends, if you follow me on Instagram and Facebook, you know I’ve been doing a lot of dreaming lately… some may call it obsessing, but I’ll stick with dreaming. You see, a house we have loved for […]

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Gingerbread Coffee Cake with Ginger Cream recipe

Gingerbread Coffee Cake with Ginger Cream

This giveaway is now closed! Thanks for participating! Holiday baking done? Check. Wait, no check? You too? What are we doing, with less than a week until Christmas and the baking frenzy hasn’t even begun? Yeah, I don’t really know either, but I just haven’t felt that Christmas spirit push to spend all day in […]

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Big City Living (Recipe: Bacon & Egg Cups)

I grew up in a town with a population of a whoppin’ 1,000 residents. As children, we would walk the streets freely after dark without our parents worrying about us being harmed. My friends and I would sit up on the curb of the local convenience store or on the bench outside of the post […]

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