Greek Quinoa Salad


Right.  Let me get this out of the way now.  This post is going to be short and sweet.  Actually short and savory.  My water heater has been broken since the wee hours of Saturday morning and  I’m afraid that if I stay in one place too long (to type a wordy post, par example)…

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Blueberry Love Muffins


Dang.  It is cold.  At least it is cold here in my own little corner of Amish country.  When I woke this morning my outdoor thermometer was shivering.  I used what little brain power I have available prior to quaffing a pot of Irish Breakfast Tea to decide that firing up the oven to bake…

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Power Juicy Jigglers


My kids ate so many sweets over the holidays that I really thought maybe they’d be tired out on them. No way, Jose! Not even close. So back into the file I keep on (relatively) healthy snacks. I suppose everyone has their own idea of what constitutes healthy eating, so just for the record let…

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Homemade Seed Crackers


Sooooo… Did I mention that we had more than 30 people in our home to celebrate Ty’s birthday? (A.K.A. New Year’s Eve.  Such a helpful and cooperative baby… He was our little tax deduction.)  And did I mention that with the notable exceptions of the rocking hummus my sister made and the fudge from my friend…

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This is for my Dad.


My wild and crazy crew was lucky enough to be visited by my Dad-and-Val (my counterpart here at Foodie With Family) over the holidays.  After five days of relief for me (“Hey!  Why don’t you go share that stream-of-consciousness story idea you’re developing with Grandma?  She LOVES to read!”  and “Papa is outside walking the…

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Warm Quinoa Pilaf


Contrary to what you might assume from the recent lack of posting, we have not dropped from the face of the Earth.  I have merely been draped over the couch in my jammies with stacks of books, knitting needles and yarn, empty cookie plates and dirty dishes piling up around me.    I have spent the last…

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A little Christmas story…

Every year we read this essay at Christmas time and it makes us immeasurably happy.  We wanted to share the joy and hilarity with you… With Christmas love, Rebecca and Val.   TRADITION A Trapp Family Christmas Shouldn’t this year be more spiritual? Good luck! by: ALOÏSE BUCKLEY HEATH   One of the reasons — I say one of…

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