For Your Weekend: Link Love

The internet is full of interesting things – and (hopefully) each week I try to share with you new posts I’m reading or pages that inspire me.  Enjoy!  Send some new links my way! Spring cleaning – how about Fall Cleaning.  I love waking up after a big event in our home: because most likely […]

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Snickerdoodles with Spiced Pumpkin Buttercream

Bring on the Fall!  The weather hasn’t changed that much from last week, but the feel in my kitchen certainly has.  Earlier this week I made some of these: some friends and some little misters in our home devoured these. They are all gone. I had never made a snickerdoodle until I lived with one […]

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Pumpkin Butter Whole Wheat Millet Muffins

Fall – I think for a lot of us kitchen people its one of our favorite seasons.  Pumpkin.  Cinnamon.  Sweet Potatoes.  Apples. But, I don’t think I had ever experienced a Fall season until I moved to North Carolina in 2000.  See, I grew up in central Florida.  The only two seasons we had were […]

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Pumpkin French Toast

When the husband is gone, its a good idea to tantalize him to come back home if you send him delicious pictures of pumpkin French toast. Really – I did send him a picture and he said I was mean. I’ll make these again for him. But, these are perfect with a topping of real […]

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Homemade Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea Latte

No more need to go to Starbucks! You can make this very easily with items you already have on hand and enjoy this lovely drink (iced or hot) – all year long.  I tried it first yesterday and it was 98 degrees here in Little Rock, so – I had it both hot and cold! […]

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Thanksgiving 2010

Another big holiday has come and gone. This year was spent running an 8k, wearing flannel pjs, setting off the smoke detector, doing crafts with my mom, and watching movies with my Dad. We enjoyed good food in NC. Here we go: Parmesan-Crust Pork Center-Cut Pork Chops Tri-color couscous (because I burnt the roasted sweet […]

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Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

Need a new way to delish-up your cold fall mornings? This may be able to help you get out of bed on those cold, winter (or late fall) mornings. Or just bring it back to bed and enjoy eating it snuggled under a good, warm down. Serves 3-4 1.5 cups water (or milk) 1 cup […]

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