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Basic Pasta Dough Recipe

April 21, 2017 Featured Recipe

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Whenever it’s time for homemade pasta, we turn to this quick and easy recipe from Bob’s Red  Mill®. 1-1/2 cups Bob’s Red Mill Semolina Flour. 1/2 tsp salt, optional 2 eggs or 5 egg whites, beaten 2 Tbsp water 2 Tbsp olive oil Combine semolina flour and salt, if using. Add beaten eggs (or egg […]

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The Morning After

March 28, 2016 Blog

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It’s Easter Monday. The morning after. And I’m alone. Well, I’m not really alone. I’m sitting here working and the siren song of chocolate is calling. There are six Easter baskets filled with chocolate, toffee, caramel, jelly beans, peanut butter and chocolate eggs . . . well, you get the picture. I’m sure you’ve a […]

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Thanksgiving: Planning

November 11, 2013 Featured

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The Family Eats Four Pillars  (Planning, Purchasing, Preparing, and Partaking) are important to follow on a daily basis, but during holiday time, it is even more important. Without proper planning, you’ll be running out of patience as you’re racing against the clock to get things prepared. Without proper purchasing, you may make several short runs to […]

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In the Kitchen with Mom

June 27, 2011 Uncategorized

During our annual trip back to Cleveland, we look forward to a lot of adventures. From swimming in the backyard pool and dipping our feet into Lake Erie, to visiting Kiddie Park, participating in a backyard scavenger hunt, seeing old friends, and watching the Fourth of July parade. And then, there is the food . […]

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Not Your Grandma’s Turkey Any More

November 15, 2009 Blog
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