Spindrift Spiked Sparkling Water

Spindrift Spiked Sparkling Water - Just $1 from Influenster Have you joined the hard seltzer bandwagon? Spindrift is a different kind of sparkling hard beverage. Spindrift Spiked is separate of course from their sparkling water brand, known for just two ingredients: sparkling water and fruit juice. The spiked version, which…

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Fruit Smash Hard Seltzer

Fruit Smash Hard Seltzer from New Belgium Brewing This week we tried a new product available from New Belgium Brewing: Fruit Smash Hard Seltzer. New Belgium Brewing has headquarters in Fort Collins, Colorado. It was developed after the founders took a trip to Belgium in 1988. I was first introduced…

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Chicken Pot Pie – Pennsylvania Dutch Style

Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Pot Pie - The Most Comforting Of Foods I remember having this for a school lunch very often. Much more filling than chicken noodle soup, I present to you the Pennsylvania Dutch style Chicken Pot Pie. So yes, the majority of the country hears Chicken Pot Pie…

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Apple Nut Lattice Tart Pie – Blue Ribbon Recipe

Apple Nut Lattice Tart Pie - Mom's Blue Ribbon Winner My mom entered the local cooking contest when I was a kid, bringing home the blue ribbon on more than one occasion. I remember the ribbons displayed proudly in our kitchen for years. She passed away unexpectedly in September. On…

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Home Chef – Our First Six Months

Home Chef - Great for New Dinner Ideas and Busy Families Staying with my cousin, David, and his wife, Lisa, this past fall, I noticed they received a weekly delivery of Home Chef. Having no experience with any meal delivery services previously, I inquired. Lisa explained that they receive a…

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Nidi di Rondine à la San Marino

Nidi di Rondine - Heaven in Every Bite Nidi di Rondine or in English: "Swallows Nests", look like delicious little pasta roses. This delectable dish comes from San Marino. Never having heard of San Marino myself, I was curious. San Marino is a Microstate completely landlocked by Northern Italy. It…

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Danish Apple Cake | Æblekage

Danish Apple Cake - Æblekage Usually when I have apples to use and the urge to bake, I make German Apple Cake or Deutches Apfel Kuchen. However, since I decided to explore some new recipes this year, I needed to find another option. While looking for European recipes on one…

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Flemish Brussels Sprouts

Flemish Brussels Sprouts - Rustic and Delicious Brussels Sprouts, the tiny heads of cabbage you enjoy when you are either fully comfortable in your relationship, or you're spending the night alone. These Flemish Brussels Sprouts will no doubt become a favorite side dish, even with the possible embarrassing results. Fart…

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Chicken Cordon Bleu – Simple, yet Savory

Chicken Cordon Bleu, Not French Like I Thought The first time I had Chicken Cordon Bleu was in college. My roommate at the time attended culinary school in high school and decided to make us a fancy dinner one night. I remember how delicious it was, but for some reason…

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Daphne’s Beef and Lamb Gyro Slices

Daphne's Beef and Lamb Gyro Slices from Costco We love gyros for dinner, but I don't always love taking the time to make the gyro loaf. When we found that Costco carried these Daphne's Beef and Lamb Gyro slices, we had to try them. Daphne's If you remember, we went…

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