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Cooking in the Country
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What truly could be better than food you don’t actually have to cook? I told you I was going to give you a great Super Bowl day snack for game day and here it is! My friend Chef JP over at … more
My crockpot has been getting a lot of mileage these days. I am a teacher by day (wannabe chef by night), and one perk of my profession is snow days.  The snow days have been coming recently, … more
Lately, all I have been wanting to eat is soup. This soup is just like lasagna, but lighter and easier. There is some spice from the Italian sausage, but feel free to swap out for sweet sausage if … more
It has been about two years since the tomato feta pasta has gone viral and I still make that dish religiously. In the last 5 minutes of cooking, shrimp can be added in. It has the same great flavor … more
If you’re like me, your favorite part of a fresh lasagna is the corner piece. This dish is like an entire pan of corner pieces. That’s why when I saw this dish, adapted from Giada De … more
As cold and flu season continues to do its best in antagonizing us this winter, I decided a recipe for bone broth soup might be just the thing to speed a post-holiday recovery.   A few years … more
Every holiday season comes a time when my mother breaks out her trusty crockpot to make a big batch of Swedish meatballs.   It’s an easy and versatile dish that can serve equally well … more
My great-aunt Anne Foland was a baking legend, and a much anticipated treat every holiday season were her famous Christmas cookies.   Anyone lucky to be gifted a tin of her Christmas cookies … more
It’s that time of year… flu season. Around this time is when I really try to prep soups and stews to keep myself as healthy as possible. I’ve heard about bone broth and its … more
I swear, Chrissy Teigen is a genius. She is John Legends' model wife who seems to have beauty and brains, because she came up with this incredible recipe. I happen to have her cookbook and it … more
A highlight of my Thanksgiving weekend is the soup that follows our meal the next day. My sister uses the leftover turkey and carcass to create a rich broth, that feels light but satisfying after a … more
Since they’ve been married, my parents have been hosting Thanksgiving for the past 30+ years for our extended family, so we know all about cooking for a large crowd. Since we three kiddos have … more
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