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During the cold snowy nights of Chicago Winter I am a sucker for ordering fried rice takeout. Fried rice is one of my favorite go to comfort foods and after trying so many different restaurants over the years I finally decided

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With all the chilly Fall weather we’ve been having this past week in Chicago I have been on the hunt for yummy soup recipes! I first tried this recipe in September when hosting a ‘Welcome Fall’ girls night in! The

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Rhubarb is king this time of year in Maine! After arriving home for a weeklong trip to Maine (yes, I know you’re all jealous that I am writing this blog post from the screened in back porch of my parent’s

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  One of my college best friend’s husband works for KIND and he challenged me to create something new and innovative with KIND Healthy Grains (Oats & Honey Clusters with Toasted Coconut) on my food blog. Challenge accepted! I mulled

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Warm, flavorful noodle bowls are delicious to make and feel so cleansing and healthy to your body this time of year when it’s dreary, snowy and just blah outside! I like to kick mine up a notch with some heat,

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These soft and chewy Molasses Crinkle Cookies were the perfect winter treat this past weekend when I was home in Maine hunkered down in between snowy Nor’easters! After the incredible Nor’easter that hit New England last week dropping almost 2

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I realize I may have gone a little overboard this October with pumpkin recipes galore, but I truly cannot help myself! October is my favorite month of the year – it’s fitting with my Mom’s Birthday, my Wedding Anniversary –

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Pumpkin Waffles are such a guilty pleasure on a leisurely Sunday morning. While I was home in Maine two weekends ago we just couldn’t resist trying out this recipe and indulging in some weekend morning gluttony with ooey gooey pumpkin

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I absolutely adore quinoa and use it in lots of different salads. It’s so versatile and you can truly pull together any style of salad based on the veggies you throw in. I tend to do more of a Mediterranean

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