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Salad Dressing for Foodie Friday

June 16, 2017

  Top STORETS :: denim shorts FRAME :: Similar shorts for $32 :: dinner plates POTTERY BARN :: Salad Dressing Shaker ::  photo’s by Tasha  Balsamic Vinegrette, Oriental Dressing, and Mustard Vinegrette are some of my favorites to bring for summer picnics and lunch on the patio. My favorite type of lettuce is butter lettuce and I depending on what I have in the fridge, I usually add avocado, salted sunflower seeds, and black olives. What are your favorite salads?…

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Little B’s Smoothie Recipe

April 7, 2017

  Foodie Friday is back!! Like most things in life, something that started as a fun idea is now a full-blown ritual. As in, don’t even think about changing any thing up or bad things are going to happen. It’s pretty simple actually. After we drop off the kids at school, Brooks and I come back home and make smoothies. There it is. Quite honestly, I usually go through the mail and email while he begs and begs until I help him…

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Foodie Friday: Pesto

July 8, 2016

    Foodie Friday Making Dinner Look Complicated, the Easy Way Dinner time in our house is all about making sure those little mouths are fed. We don’t usually spend a lot of time on presentation because there’s not much time to spend. But there’s a simple way to dress up dinner when you want to feel like a master chef on a weeknight: Pesto. A few tablespoons can turn baked chicken into Italian Chicken – top it with some…

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FOODIE FRIDAY

June 24, 2016

Foodie Friday Breakfast Party of 9 I’m introducing a new addition to the blog, Foodie Fridays, to share a few fun recipes, tips and tricks for feeding a family of six that I’ve picked up over the years. Today’s recipe comes from my sister. We recently stayed with her and her five kids in Chicago and between our families we had nine children under one roof. Nine. Hungry. Kiddos. How do you feed all those kids breakfast without losing your…

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