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When Gabby was born she weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces. By the time we left the hospital, she was almost at her birth weight. For the next year her weight was on a roller coaster of highs and lows. Many tears were shed over the fact that she was not thriving. I took her to countless doctors without receiving any […]


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Cranberries…not just a band

November 16, 2012

With Thanksgiving on the horizon, why not embrace a little cranberry in your life?!? Not to mention, cranberries are known for having tons of antioxidants and being a super food. I’m not sure they are as effective when you throw in boatloads of sugar and other things. We will just ignore that part for our purposes. We can thank my […]


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Pinterest Discovery

November 6, 2012

I know this is not new to most people, including me, but my love affair has taken off full force. I have become a Pinterest machine. I’m not exactly pinning and doing what I’m supposed to do on there but finding some great ideas. Some of which are the recipes I have been saving. I decided to try a new […]


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Homemade meal that a mother of three kids could pull off!

October 23, 2012

Last year I fell in love with my crock pot. It’s not that I fell out of love with it during the summer, it just didn’t seem as appropriate. I found a place for my grill to pick up where the crock pot left off. Fortunately for my dear friend crock pot, (despite the warm temperatures of this week) I […]


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Happy Early Halloween Pumpkin

October 17, 2012

We had an action packed Halloween spirited day! Starting with pumpkin cookies and ending with candy apples! I love Halloween!!! Anyway, I decided to do an extra post with this recipe in honor of Alissa (who like me is preggers but unlike me is in the home stretch!). Enjoy! I enlisted some slave labor to make these… Print Iced Pumpkin […]


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Quinoa Dressed Up

October 16, 2012

At the risk of sounding a little redundant, I have to once again thank Jessica for finding me this gem and Mel’s Kitchen Cafe for coming up with the recipe. I have some other recipes coming up that will diversify my sources but for now I have to post this one. For nothing more than awhile ago I had expressed […]


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GOOD stuff!!!

October 9, 2012

Well Mel’s Kitchen Cafe, or really my recipe consultant Jessica, did it again. They found me an outstandingly delicious meal for my whole family.   Print Pineapple Meatballs Author: Mel’s Kitchen Cafe (http://www.melskitchencafe.com) Recipe type: Entree Prep time:  45 mins Cook time:  30 mins Total time:  1 hour 15 mins Serves: 6   Ingredients Meatballs: 2 lbs ground beef (lean) – (I used […]


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Feast after Fasting!

September 26, 2012

In How I love brunch!, I alluded to this unbelievable french toast recipe I have. Special thanks to Rachel Thompson for enlightening me to this one! In honor of Wednesday evening where some of my fellow Jews will be breaking the fast they will have completed to atone for their sins, I am resorting to some of my best recipes. […]


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Sweet and Sour Heaven

September 13, 2012

I haven’t blogged a recipe in ages and mainly it’s because I haven’t actually made a new recipe in ages! So although I have already blogged a more nutritious/easier version of this, I thought I would send this out because I’m not sure Drew has ever enjoyed a dish I have made more.   Print Sweet and Sour Chicken Author: Mel’s […]


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Not My Nana’s Salmon Patties

July 30, 2012

Everyone knows that salmon is a very healthy protein with their Omega 3 Fatty Acids. I have had, consistently with my two other pregnancies, an aversion to salmon while pregnant. However, it is very important for my family as well as me to eat it. So I decided to find other ways to make it a little less salmon-y. I […]


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