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Slow Cooker Vegetarian Lasagna Soup

by heidi February 27, 2014
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If you’re on Pinterest there’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen the meaty version of this Slow Cooker Vegetarian Soup floating around. And there’s a perfectly good reason for that. Because it’s so dang good! I’m kind of into this whole food with a twist thing, and it seems like […]

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Spinach and Artichoke Grilled Cheese and Grilled Cheese Academy’s Recipe Showdown

by heidi April 5, 2013
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If you hadn’t noticed, I sort of have a thing for cheese, especially grilled cheese. Yes, I even have a Pinterest board dedicated to the grilling of the cheese. I think it stems from some of my first cooking experiences as a kid, when one of my standy-by lunchtime masterpieces […]

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Sausage and Ricotta Lasagna and a Food Blogging Dinner

by heidi January 31, 2013
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Lately I’ve been a whirling dervish in my choices of what I’m craving to eat. Cravings all over the place, and most of them leaning toward the ethnic side of food. Thai one night, Korean the next, Middle Eastern and as always one of my faves: rich sausag-ey Italian pasta. […]

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Pickled Strawberry with Roasted Beet Salad and a Recipe Contest

by heidi August 1, 2012
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I mean seriously. This salad is sweet. Seriously sweet. But, really, how sweet is this girl? How much can we possibly love our little babes, especially in those unscripted moments of pure, sweet bliss, savoring the moment and creating our earliest memories of where food comes from.

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Spring Greens Asparagus and Ricotta Pasta

by heidi April 19, 2012
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Just like last spring, I nearly fell off the curb when I saw them poking their pointy little heads out of the yet to be toiled soil. Given they had the fortitude to break through the thatch of leftover fall leaves with such superhero force was a sure sign these […]

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