Holiday

Whole Food 1st Birthday Party Menu

Whole Food 1st Birthday Party Menu

    After a month of planning, our son’s first birthday party arrived last weekend.  We wanted to make this a special day for Austin, even if he won’t remember it.  Turning 1 is a big milestone; a momentous occasion to honor and celebrate all of his growing and learning done over the past 12…

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Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Last night, I snapped this picture with our iPad and shared it on the Facebook page: … And told you it was a Pumpkin Pie Smoothie.  You wanted to know how to make it.  I didn’t realize I have never shared my recipe here with you before.  So here it is!  And who said you…

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Easter Preperation

Easter Preperation

Who has their Easter menu all planned out?  And who doesn’t?  (me!!)  I am still working on a few new recipes for our Easter brunch this year.  A little smaller than in years past, as it’s just Dave, Austin and me.  We wish all of our family back home in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota a…

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How To: Vanilla Extract

How To: Vanilla Extract

This was our Christmas gift to our family this year, 4 ounce bottles of homemade vanilla extract.  My mom is actually the one to thank for the idea.  She handed me a printed recipe for vanilla she had printed off when I was home about a year ago.  The one she found called for adding…

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COOKBOOK SALE!

COOKBOOK SALE!

Season’s Eatings e-book is ON SALE now thru midnight on December 25th!  You can now purchase the holiday e-book for only $10!  There is still time to plan your holiday menu and keep it healthy.  I promise my recipes are simple to prepare and will take the same, if not less, time to prepare compared…

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Planning Your Holiday Menus

Planning Your Holiday Menus

It’s about time to begin planning your holiday menu, if you haven’t started already.  Giving yourself at least a week to plan ahead is ideal, leaving yourself plenty of time to do the shopping and make sure you have the serving platters and utensils needed.  Planning in advance also means you’ll be less stressed the…

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Cookie Swap Recipes to Revisit

Cookie Swap Recipes to Revisit

Unfortunately there are no new cookie recipes to share this Christmas from my kitchen.  With a newborn in the house, I’m lucky if I make it in there to make dinner every night!  But I’ve been reading your emails and requests for cookie recipes, with cookie swaps holiday parties coming up!  Wanted to send along…

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Healing Cuisine 2011 Holiday Gift Guide

Healing Cuisine 2011 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s time for Healing Cuisine’s 2011 Holiday Gift Guide!  I’d like to share my top gift ideas, including new products I have discovered this year and quality staples that every foodie or natural lifestyle enthusiast will love.  Be sure to refer back to 2010′s Holiday Gift Guide, too!  This year’s list is a bit abbreviated…

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Project Christmas Tree CONTEST

Project Christmas Tree CONTEST

I have an exciting contest to share that YOU can enter to WIN BIG!!  It is called Project Christmas Tree 2011, and it’s happening now thru December 15th! I have teamed up with Jade Louise Designs and 11 other fabulous bloggers and companies to host this huge giveaway contest.  You have the chance to win…

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Questions Answered: Pecan Pie

Questions Answered: Pecan Pie

I had the request for Pecan Pie from Melanie on my facebook page: “I grew up on an awesome tasting Pecan Pie, but unfortunately it calls for both dark Karo syrup and Light Karo syrup.  What would I substitute instead for the same flavor and texture?  I make this a lot at Thanksgiving and Christmas,…

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