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Our Sense of Smell

June 20, 2017 Blog

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Aromas . . . they surround us, they ignite our hunger, they nudge our memories, and they alert us to something that just isn’t right. Smell is one of our most powerful senses, and one that it is inextricably intertwined in our souls. Sometimes when we think about taste, we think about what goes on […]

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10 Ways to Get Your Food Costs Under Control

May 30, 2017 Blog

Dealing with Leftovers

  We’re always looking for a ways to reign in our spending when it comes to food. Purchasing is one of the Family Eats Four Pillars, but is often one that creates a lot of strain on our pocketbook. From time to time, I need to revisit our weekly food costs to determine which adjustments […]

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Mom’s Recipes Inspired Orlando’s Most Popular Greek Restaurant

May 5, 2017 From the Experts

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  You know what they say, behind every successful restaurateur is a great woman. Taverna Opa is known for its nightlife, napkin showers and Greek entertainment. But what people may not know is that the cuisine is as authentic as you can get this side of the Aegean Sea. Katerina Coumbaros is first-generation Greek and […]

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The Latest in Drinkware

April 28, 2017 Drink

Aladdin Fresco Vacuum drinkware

We always leave home with a beverage in our hands, and that’s why drinkware has become a lifestyle accessory — something that offers functionality along with a bit of fashion to add personality to your day. Whether you’re a tea or coffee drinker, a rough-and-tumble outdoorsy person, a gym-bound warrior, or out for a stroll […]

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In the Kitchen with Grandpa: Making Ravioli

April 21, 2017 Blog

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Recently, Grandma and Grandpa came to visit, and we thought that making ravioli would be a great way to keep Grandpa busy with the Addie and Keely. It was a fun afternoon that resulted in 110 individual ravioli, along with 2 extra large raviolis made once Nicole arrived near the end of our ravioli-making production […]

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Natierra Launches Feed A Soul Project Benefiting Children of Haiti

April 3, 2017 Blog

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Natierra, a mission-driven company that offers unique superfoods, gourmet salts, and freeze-dried fruits and veggies to conscious consumers nationwide, recently launched a large-scale give-back project entitled Feed A Soul. The idea behind the Feed a Soul Project emerged when founder and CEO, Ollivier Thierry was on a mango sourcing trip to Haiti. There, Thierry witnessed […]

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Sustainable Food Storage with Bee’s Wrap

March 28, 2017 Favorite Finds

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I’m always grabbing some plastic wrap, or in search of a container post dinner, for lunches, and after we bake our  homemade bread. What bothers me more than the search for something to cover and store my food, is the amount of plastic we use to do it!  That’s why when I ran across Bee’s […]

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