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Basic Beef for Bolognese, Calzones, Shepherd’s Pie and More

Basic Beef for Bolognese, Calzones, Shepherd’s Pie and More

| September 9, 2008 | 2 Comments

I love – LOVE – the ease of food that can do double duty. For instance, a roasted chicken like the one mentioned on the Everyday Food blog today can be Sunday dinner, Monday chicken tacos, Tuesday chicken and rice and Wednesday chicken salad. Talk about a blessing for a busy, harried mom — or […]

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Will Raising Prices Impact Your Brand-Loyalty?

Will Raising Prices Impact Your Brand-Loyalty?

| August 28, 2008 | 1 Comment

I’ve been a devoted Method laundry detergent user for more than three years. Prior to that, I used All Free and Clear for years because it was free of fragrances and dyes that make me itch and give me hives. I changed detergents because Method was more natural and more environmentally friendly. The variety I […]

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Adventures in Tenderizing Steak: Part 1

Adventures in Tenderizing Steak: Part 1

| January 30, 2008 | 0 Comments

My husband loves a good steak. I think if he had his way, we’d be eating steak every single night. In fact, we did eat steak every night for a bit early on in our courtship. But, let’s face it, good steaks are a little pricey to have often. And when you have kids to […]

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Spectacular Ginger Soy London Broil

Spectacular Ginger Soy London Broil

| January 3, 2008 | 3 Comments

On New Years Eve, we had a fun visit from an old and dear friend of mine, and her family. Then we ate Chinese food (Shawn’s tradition) and rang in the New Year watching The Next Food Network Star (I think I want to be the next star!). On New Years Day, Shawn had to […]

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