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What’s For Snack: Gluten Free Seeded Quinoa and Millet Crackers

I recently picked up the October/November 2012 issue of Living Without magazine because it had information about making a Thanksgiving Feast that was wheat and dairy free. In particular, I’m trying to figure out a GF pie crust that works and tastes good. In addition, this issue has five recipes for GF crackers. Since we

 
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What’s For Dinner: Collard Wraps

This week in our Bountiful Baskets we got Collard Greens. HUH? Collard Greens? I have no clue what to do with those! The only thing that comes to mind is that boiled, nasty, bitter Southern dish that usually also includes ham or bacon! DH says, “You said we need to eat lots of dark, leafy

 
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What’s For Dessert: Banana-Date-Walnut Shake

On Tuesday, MIL came over for dinner. She is a dessert-a-holic, so I always try to make something special for after the meal when she is here. On the other hand, dinner was running late due to unforeseen circumstances, so I didn’t have time to make this as an ice cream. Instead I simplified the

 
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Packing Lunches

Published on June 15, 2012 in Food, FridayFoodie, Lunch

Have you seen these? Rubbermaid LunchBlox are a huge hit in our household! My DH has to take his lunch to work every day. The LunchBlox allow me to pack all kinds of things, such as hummus, chips, yogurt, fruit salad, trail mix, etc. There are three different basic kits: Sandwich, Salad, and Entrée. There

 
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