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Lately, I’ve been reviewing our winter and summer squash at my job, SmartGardener.com, After looking at 20 varieties of winter squash, I learned that store-bought pumpkin pie puree isn’t made from pumpkins! The common replacement is Butternut Squash, Pumpkin’s sweeter and … Continue reading
The idea was originally inspired from ohChloe’s blogpost about cinnamon rolls. However, when I went to replicate her recipe her post could not be found to save my life–until now (of course–isn’t that how it always works?!). While searching the … Continue reading
With the new year comes highly unattainable goals with good intentions. One of my ambitious resolutions was to make a new meal every week of the total fifty-two. It sounds great, exploring new cuisines and culinary skills regularly…however, my timing … Continue reading
The weekends are my favorite time to make a delicious meal. Mornings are spent lounging around, sipping coffee or tea, and leisurely preparing breakfast. Bobby and I walk down the Fillmore on Saturdays to the Farmers’ Market for the week’s … Continue reading