Monthly Archives: August 2015

Iced Mocha

Over the years, since my undergrad days, coffee and I have developed quite the relationship. As a child, my favorite ice cream flavor was coffee. I loved the smell of coffee. I remember going into the refrigerator or freezer where … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter & Mini Chocolate Chip Granola

While she may not always like what I make for dinner, Leah is all about this granola for breakfast. Ingredients: 5 cups old fashioned oats 1 cup peanut butter 2/3 cup raw honey 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/8 tsp. Kosher salt … Continue reading

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Chicken Lazone

Trying something new for dinner is always a gamble. We fall into our routines and patterns, cycling through the standard dinner rotation. The hierarchy of openness to new recipes goes as follows: Chris, Bri, and Leah. In general, Chris is pleased … Continue reading

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No Bake Chocolate & Nutter Butter Ice Box Cake

I won major brownie points with the husband on this one and I knew I would the moment I saw the recipe. This is right up his alley of preferred cool, creamy desserts. It’s the perfect trifecta: very good, very easy, and … Continue reading

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Amaretto Pound Cake

I have a flash drive and one of the folders in it contains endless recipes that I think sound good, that someone in my family would like, that I want to try, and so on and so forth. Some of … Continue reading

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Freezable Breakfast Sandwiches

Effective today, I have a high school freshman. I remember being a freshman in high school! I also distinctly remember sitting with friends in the upstairs part of the cafeteria just before Christmas break and discussing how the approaching New Year … Continue reading

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Cherry Tomato Salad

Remember the days when the only way to obtain a recipe was to get it from a friend or family member, buy a cookbook, or subscribe to some sort of cooking magazine? This, my friends, was one of those recipes. … Continue reading

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