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Pumpkin Pudding Cake

By Meghan Woolley / November 25, 2015

When you go to a party, you can usually tell which food is the best by which dish has the largest crowd of people around it. At my friend’s Halloween party, this pumpkin pudding cake was the winner. Moist and sweet, it was even better than pumpkin pie. My boyfriend and I didn’t stop harassing […]

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Lemon Green Beans

By Jennette Ross / November 18, 2015

My mom is a great cook, but confession time…I grew up eating frozen green beans. My mother-in love is a great cook too, but she fed my husband canned green beans. Neither of us tried fresh green beans, much less lemon green beans until we were adults. Now, I love fresh green beans, and so do […]

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Molasses Crinkle Cookies

By Jennette Ross / November 4, 2015

A sweet friend made a plate of molasses crinkle cookies for my family years ago, and I instantly fell in love. There are certain foods friends share that compel you to hunt them down and beg for the recipe. This was one of those times for me. Since she was a sweet friend, she was […]

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Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies

By Jennette Ross / October 28, 2015

Nothing says fall better than pumpkin. Everything sweet seems to have a pumpkin offering now, and why not…pumpkin is good. We certainly don’t want to stop a good thing from going, so grab your apron and come on. Let’s bake.  Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies INGREDIENTS 2 cups oat flour 1 1/3 cup rolled oats 1 teaspoon […]

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Sugar Cut Out Cookies

By Jennette Ross / October 23, 2015

Sugar cut out cookies are fun and bring out everyone’s creative side with all the clever ways to decorate them.  Today I am sharing my very own mother’s recipe. I grew up eating these yummy cookies. Of course sugar cut out cookie dough can add sweetness to any holiday or celebration. My mom always pulled […]

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Baked Parmesan Tomatoes

By Meghan Woolley / October 8, 2015

This dish is a snap to cook, but makes an impressive side dish. They’re also hearty enough that you can have a few, or eat one as the main course. Not only are they easy to make they are pretty tasty. What’s not to love about anything sprinkled with parmesan?! Baked Parmesan Tomatoes INGREDIENTS 4 […]

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Braised Brussels Sprouts With Thyme

By Jennette Ross / September 12, 2015

Can I be honest? I did not grow up eating brussels sprouts. In fact, I didn’t even try them until recently. My family went out to lunch with some old friends, who are notorious healthy eaters. We found a nice restaurant on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado to dine.  Our friends ordered some appetizers, one […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash

By Jennette Ross / August 31, 2015

Butternut squash is a fall favorite, and this roasted butternut squash makes a simple and colorful side dish. The hardest part of preparing butternut squash is peeling it. If you’re having a hard time, try microwaving the squash for about 30 seconds. This will make the squash a bit softer and easier to peel. You […]

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Garlic Roasted Asparagus

By Meghan Woolley / July 15, 2015

Asparagus makes a great side for chicken or steak, plus it’s super fast to cook. In this recipe, garlic gives it a nice flavor. When you’re preparing the asparagus, trim it by cutting off about 1 inch from the bottom.   Garlic Roasted Asparagus  INGREDIENTS 2 pounds asparagus 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 garlic cloves, […]

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Balsamic Steak Recipe

By Meghan Woolley / June 29, 2015

This balsamic steak recipe is easy to make and fast. No marinading necessary. Dinner is ready in less than 15 minutes. What it lacks in prep, it doesn’t lack in flavor. Serve the steak with some roasted veggies and everyone will leave the table feeling full and satisfied.  Balsamic Steak INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon olive oil […]

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