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Cinnamon Bacon Streusel Bread

Cinnamon Bacon Streusel Bread

| March 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

A quick and easy recipe for quick bread is made extra special with the addition of bacon in Cinnamon Bacon Streusel Quick Bread. This recipe was created for my client, Jones Dairy Farm, but all opinions are my own. As evening fell on our house Friday, I was pulling a fragrant loaf of this bread […]

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Sausage Egg Biscuit (on Herb Biscuits!)

Sausage Egg Biscuit (on Herb Biscuits!)

| November 1, 2013 | 6 Comments

This Sausage Egg Biscuit recipe was created in partnership with Jones Dairy Farm, for whom I am a blog ambassador. All opinions are my own. When I was pregnant with Paige, I was all about the breakfast sandwich — especially with runny yolks. But whenever I would order one in my office cafeteria, the cook […]

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Biscoff Streusel Coffee Cake

Biscoff Streusel Coffee Cake

| August 12, 2013

This post is sponsored by Biscoff via TapInfluence. All opinions are my own. Oh, Biscoff, how do I love thee … let me count the ways … Have you heard of Biscoff? It’s a spread made from the famed Biscoff Cookies (aka Lotus Speculoos) that are served as in-flight treats on flights in the US. […]

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Itty Bitty Raisin Biscuits

Itty Bitty Raisin Biscuits

| May 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

The first time I made biscuits I was in my teens — or maybe younger — and used the same mix we made pancakes from. After spying the recipe on the box, I couldn’t help but try making them — even if it felt a little illicit to be using our pancake mix in a […]

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Banana Cornbread with Honey

Banana Cornbread with Honey

| January 3, 2013 | 9 Comments

The last three months of 2012 brought so much difficulty, grief and heartache. So when 2013 rolled in on Tuesday, I had some pretty high expectations for it — and I wasn’t about to enter 2013 without whatever extra luck we could manage. In planning the menu for our annual New Year’s Day Family Meal, […]

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Cheddar Ham Rolls

Cheddar Ham Rolls

| December 31, 2012 | 3 Comments

As I stood at the stove this morning, heating water for oatmeal and listening to the kids, I realized that we are finally there — the last day of 2012. I smiled, watching the bubbles form and rise in the pot. While I know it’s just a day, the symbolic change of 2012 to 2013 […]

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Raspberry Walnut Buttermilk Bread

Raspberry Walnut Buttermilk Bread

| December 24, 2012 | 5 Comments

The wreath outside our house has a red and white striped bow that I made from ribbon and jewelry wire. It doesn’t have the strand of twinkling lights though. Our lighted garland, which we spent at least an hour trying to hang unsuccessfully on temporary hooks, sits curled on a chair. It never lit up […]

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Cranberry White Chocolate Muffins

Cranberry White Chocolate Muffins

| December 3, 2012 | 11 Comments

When I bought three pounds of cranberries for Thanksgiving, I knew I would only use two pounds for the duo of cranberry sauces I was making. Still, cranberries aren’t as readily available for much of the year, so if there was ever a time to enjoy them, it’s now. And I thought maybe — just […]

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Stress-Free Thanksgiving: Buttery Garlic Asiago Crescents

Stress-Free Thanksgiving: Buttery Garlic Asiago Crescents

| November 17, 2012 | 3 Comments

When I arrived at my children’s school yesterday for a parent-teacher conference, the teacher’s aide from my daughter’s class was waiting in the hallway to give the teacher something. She’s a kind woman, closer to my mother’s age than my own, who bears a striking resemblance to my friend Elayne who passed last year. I […]

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Whole Wheat Blueberry Bread

Whole Wheat Blueberry Bread

| September 7, 2012 | 9 Comments

  Who loves blueberries? We do! Blueberries are so good for you, filled with antioxidants, so my family has them regularly. When eating blueberries, I love those big, round sweet ones plucked fresh from bushes that are best in the heat of the summer when they are fresh. If they aren’t sweet, they just don’t […]

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