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Continuing to Keep Warm with Comfort Foods

by Danielle Sovinski on February 10, 2014

It seems like winter has been lasting forever this year. With the snow and the cold temperatures, it sure can be difficult to find anything to keep you warm. But with spring coming (hopefully soon!), I am reminded of some of my favorite things about winter. I love sitting by the fireplace, sipping hot cocoa […]

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Mango Curry Chicken Salad

by Brooke on January 23, 2014

If you’re searching for a great recipe, you’ve come to the right place! Starting today, and every month going forward, we’ll feature a recipe infographic. If you’re a visual learner, you’ll love this layout. If you’re a fan of printing out recipes and adhering them to cards, you can do that, too! Regardless, we guarantee […]

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Celebrating Oatmeal Month

by Mary on January 13, 2014

“Nothing is better for thee, than me.”  Does this make you think of anything?  If you’re thinking oatmeal, we are in sync!  You know, January is not only a time for new beginnings, but it is also Oatmeal Month. Did you resolve to eat healthier in 2014? Having oatmeal for breakfast is a perfectly delicious […]

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Winter White Sales, Snacks and Sips!

by Michelle on January 8, 2014

January is a the month to catch the deals, relax and recoup.  January is also the time of year for purchasing bedding according to the Consumer Report.   So what goes better with warm comforters, fluffy blankets and new pillows in January than warm beverages? Check out this great Copy Cat Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha recipe over […]

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Merry Christmas Desserts

by Mary on December 25, 2013

So, the pre-holiday rush is now a thing of the past.  Time to sit back and take in all this joyous day has to offer.  When I was growing up, I had the luxury of a Mom who really enjoyed baking, and she had the time to do it.  The house always had those wonderful aromas […]

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Get Ready for Chocolate Covered Anything Day!

by dedehausmann on December 16, 2013

I am so ready, aren’t you?!  I love chocolate, even though I’ve learned to enjoy it in moderation, and I am trying really hard to learn to enjoy more dark chocolate because of it’s increased antioxidants. Looking high & low I couldn’t find that a president had declared it a national holiday but one must figure (DUH?!) that many chocolate companies came together and pushed for this […]

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Warm Up Deliciously

by Mary on December 2, 2013

Now that we’ve reached December, thoughts of keeping warm are frequently occupying my mind.  Oh sure, there’s the obvious –  put on more layers of clothing, wrap up in a blanket, or run up and down the stairs a couple of times (that was one of my Mom’s favorite solutions).  But sometimes, you just need […]

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Tomorrow is French Toast Day

by Michelle on November 27, 2013

What do you get when you combine eggs, bread, and butter- French Toast? Making French toast is as simple as breaking eggs, adding milk and vanilla, mix and dip sliced bread into mixture and brown the bread in a skillet OR let’s really make FRENCH TOAST! Print My Best French Toast Serving Size: Makes 2 […]

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Dairy Ambassadors Celebrate Butter

by Cris Goode on November 26, 2013

As we fly into the holiday season, there are lots of delicious dishes to be made. Our Dairy Ambassadors are celebrating by telling us all about butter! Heather Tallman from Basilmomma tells us why she thinks Butter is Better and some of her favorite recipes in which butter is the star. Over on Beyer Beware, Leah […]

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Don’t You Just Love a Parfait?

by dedehausmann on November 25, 2013

Parfait Day is November 25th—Yummm!   Have you ever had a parfait or better yet, have you ever made one?  They are easy to prepare and can not only be delicious but also very nutritious. A little history on this delectable treat: Parfait is a French word meaning “perfect” and it was first introduced in France […]

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