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Deck the Halls Biscotti from www.dineanddish.net

Be Festive! {Recipe: Deck the Halls Biscotti}

I just read something that says there are 35 days until Christmas! Can you believe it? I’m going to continue focusing on Thanksgiving until next Friday, then it’s going to be all Christmas all the time around our house. It’s my absolute favorite holiday and I can’t wait! For the first time ever I’ve already […]

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Eggnog Cheesecake Bars from dineanddish.net

Eggnog Love {Recipe: Eggnog Cheesecake Bars}

I’m honored to be a part of the 2013 Kraft Tastemaker Community, where I am teaming up with Kraft Foods to bring you family friendly recipes using common ingredients found in your pantry!  Is it too soon in the holiday season to talk eggnog? Because I’m not trying to rush past Thanksgiving by any means, but […]

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Italian Cheese Bread from www.dineanddish.net

Food is Love {Recipe: Italian Cheese Bread}

 A warm and cheesy loaf of Italian Cheese Bread would be a great way to give the gift of dairy to friends and neighbors this holiday season. Thanks to Midwest Dairy for sponsoring this recipe.  I’ve eluded to the fact that I was married before in this post…let’s just get that out of the way. […]

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The Very Best Buttery Dinner Roll Recipe - a new Thanksgiving Favorite! dineanddish.net

Celebrating 7 Years of Blogging {Recipe: The Best Dinner Rolls}

  The very best bread machine shaped dinner roll recipe and an Oster Bread Machine giveaway to kick off a celebration of 7 years of blogging. Friends, this is a big, big day because it’s the start of my SEVEN years of blogging celebration!! Over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing some […]

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The Pioneer Woman Perfect Pie Crust Recipe plus a cookbook giveaway at dineanddish.net

The Pioneer Woman Cooks Cookbook Giveaway x 3!

  A flaky and tender pie crust recipe that uses both Crisco and Butter from The Pioneer Woman and a signed cookbook giveaway! I’d like to tell you a little story about two bloggers. Two bloggers who sat down at their respective computers 7 years ago and started their blogs. Two bloggers who love their […]

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Bacon Cheddar Bay Beer Bread Biscuits from www.dineanddish.net

Recipe: Bacon Cheddar Bay Beer Bread Biscuits

Before I start my post, about how much I love Kansas Farmers and share this fabulous Bacon Cheddar Bay Beer Bread Biscuit recipe with you, I wanted to pass on this bit of news with you… See that banner? Yes, the one that says you can win BACON for a year? Well click on it […]

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Healthy 2 Bean Kale Soup from www.dineanddish.net

Healthiness {Recipe: Healthy 2 Bean Kale Soup}

This recipe post is sponsored by Bush’s Beans.  You can tell by the different soup recipes I’ve posted on Dine & Dish throughout the years that I turn to soup for comfort. My mentality has always been the creamier, the heartier, the cheesier, the better! Why waste time and calories on a “healthy” soup? Surely […]

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Banana Beignets Recipe from www.dineanddish.net

Connect Through Reading {Recipe: Banana Beignets}

Today I’m sharing a special Connect Through Reading post – it includes a really fabulous Banana Beignet recipe – but it’s special for other reasons! I have to give you some backstory first, though. About 9 years ago I was working from home doing a job I hated. I was working as a recruiter for […]

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A Hearth Taco Chili Recipe from dineanddish.net

Taco Chili and a Wholly Guacamole Giveaway

A tasty and hearty Taco Chili to help fuel your family at dinnertime. Thank you to my friends at Wholly Guacamole for sponsoring this post and giveaway.  During the colder months, our family tends to fall into a weekly routine of having certain foods on certain days. Taco Tuesday, Pizza Friday, Soup and Chili Thursday, etc. Somedays, […]

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Savory Creamy Pumpkin Cups

Recipe: Savory Creamy Pumpkin Cups

When I was hired by Athens Foods to create a savory recipe featuring their Mini Phyllo Shells, I knew I wanted something that would incorporate the flavors of the season. Naturally, I thought pumpkin. There aren’t that many recipes around that are savory and feature pumpkin, but the ones that are out there sure are good! […]

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