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Postpartum Freezer Meals

About a month before my due date with my second child, I decided that this time around I was going to make freezer meals. In preparation of becoming a family of four, I knew it would be up to me to make sure we all ate normally, even if we weren’t all sleeping normally. I […]

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Easy Homemade Baby Food

One of my favorite baby stages with each child has been introducing solids. All three of my kids enjoyed pureed baby food, so that was the route I took. I remember when the doctor gave me the okay to start solids with Cohen; I went out and spent a ridiculous amount of money on each […]

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Fun Fruit Kabobs

“If you put it on a stick, they will eat it.” – Some mommy guru from ancient times. I’ve learned that if you put something tasty on a handheld, stick-like object, little people will enjoy it. That cantaloupe your little one hated yesterday; put it on a stick. Watch their little eyes widen, and watch […]

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My Favorite Grilled Cheese

I’ll be the first to admit that I have a list of favorite foods that I don’t like to share. Unfortunately, not sharing food is like rule number 5 on the list of things that toddlers don’t allow you to do. The Grilled Cheese ranks high on my list of comfort foods and one I […]

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Holiday Food Traditions (Recipe: Butter Pecan Bread Pudding Minis)

I come from a fairly large family. With more cousins than I can count on my fingers and toes, family and connectivity is something that is near and dear to me. That said, I’m pressed about holiday traditions. SO pressed. From my mother’s famed greens, to my grandmother’s sweet potato pies (now made by my […]

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Connecting with food during the holidays (Recipe: Honey Glazed Biscuits)

Food is a connector for me. Coming from a large family, get-together’s almost always equal food, and I can’t say that I’m mad about it. In my family Thanksgiving is the epicenter of good eats. Turkey, Cornbread dressing, Buttered Rolls, Sweet Potatoes, you name it–it’s there. Many of these recipes are family favorites and standbys […]

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