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  • Monday, January 04, 2016  
    With the New Year here, now's a great time to create new traditions at your family dinner table! No matter what the size of your family is, here are some great traditions you can start to make mealtimes memorable and fun for years to come: Make The Dinner Table a Device-Free Zone: If you haven't...Read More
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  • Monday, December 28, 2015  
    When the ball drops this New Year's Eve, why not get everyone involved with his or her very own, homemade noisemaker? These low-cost, eco-friendly crafts are easy to make, providing the perfect way to involve everyone in New Year's Eve activities. Here's what you need to create your own custom-made,...Read More
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  • Monday, December 21, 2015  
    Meat is serious business, just ask our experts. Whether you prefer filet to ribeye or a New York strip to a sirloin, choosing a cut of meat, preparing it, and cooking it is a big deal. For true steak aficionados, there's a significant difference between a cheap cut of meat from the grocery store and...Read More
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  • Monday, December 14, 2015  
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And it's also that time of the year when your stress levels start moving onward and upward. Spending hours in crowded, noisy shopping malls trying to find that perfect gift, rushing from store to store fighting thousands of other shoppers all on the edge...Read More
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  • Monday, December 07, 2015  
    Do you know what USDA Choice Sirloin, New York Strip and Ribeye steaks all have in common? They all need the perfect side item! It’s true, steak lovers prefer the company of a few favorite sides to complete their meals. In fact, steaks even taste better when they hang out with their sidekicks and...Read More
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  • Monday, November 30, 2015  
    When the weather changes, it's the perfect time to bring the outdoors inside and set the tone with your holiday decorations. When you’re getting ready to celebrate the holidays, it’s nice for the table to be warm and festive. With some pine cones, candles, ornaments, and bulbs it’s...Read More
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  • Monday, November 23, 2015  
    Every year families look for ways to reinvent their Thanksgiving culinary traditions. We have a few ideas that you may not have heard about and some you might want to try this year. Check out these five fun Thanksgiving dishes that will entertain your family and have them looking forward to leftovers:...Read More
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    in Recipes
    Pie Crust- I used pre-made pie crust, you can make your favorite crust as well.  You will need to blind bake the crust using some foil and weights prior to filling.   Line the cups in a muffin pan or cup cake pan with parchment paper and spray with pan release spray. Cut dough in circles about...Read More
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    in Recipes
    Green Bean Casserole Pie Pie Crust- I used pre-made pie crust, you can make your favorite crust as well.  You will need to blind bake the crust using some foil and weights prior to filling with the Green Bean mixture. For the Green Beans: 2 small or 1 large can of green beans, drained in a colander...Read More
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    Whether it’s how to spell it or knowing how tall they grow, there are a lot of fun cactus facts that everyone should know. Learn how the cactus survives in desert conditions, how tall they can grow, which have edible fruit and how they thrive all over the world with little to no water. Here are...Read More
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