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Sausage Garlic Parmesan Pasta – A Delicious 30 Minute Meal

My family loves any recipes that have pasta in it, and I love coming up with new ideas to tempt them and see if my latest creation makes their favorite list!   This delicious Sausage Garlic Parmesan Pasta recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes, and I can also make it for my family …

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Cranberry Pecan Stuffed Pork Loin Filet

This Cranberry Pecan Stuffed Pork Loin Filet is full of the taste of autumn. It has a delicious cornbread stuffing center, a nice crunch, some sweet/tartness from the cranberries, and the delicious flavor of yummy pork. Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Smithfield® Marinated Pork. It’s time for a Cranberry Pecan Stuffed Pork …

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Roasted Root Vegetable Medley

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SamsClubMag #CollectiveBias It’s time for a roasted root vegetable medley. Fall flavors combined to make this roasted root vegetable medley a hit with your family. This post may contain affiliate links for your cooking experience. For me, fall is …

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Abruzzese Italian Meatballs and Spaghetti in a Buttery Tomato Sauce

These Abruzzese Italian meatballs in my home made buttery tomato sauce are full of the taste of Italy! They are easy to prepare and have become a favorite in our house. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Carando®. All opinions are 100% mine. Spaghetti recipes are some of my favorite go …

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Tips for Growing Heirloom Seeds

Thank you EcoFarms for sponsoring this vegetable gardening post. All opinions are mine.  #ecofarmsonline. It’s time to learn about growing heirloom seeds! Heirloom vegetable seeds have so much going for them.  They end up giving you plants that you can’t go to a big box store and buy, they cost less than hybrid vegetables and …

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Double Dark Chocolate Ice Cream – Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan

The warm summer months are the time for a big helping of your favorite cold desserts.  It is loads of fun (not to mention tasty) to dig into a bowl of creamy, rich and cold ice cream.  This tasty double dark chocolate ice cream is dairy free, gluten free and also great for those on …

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12 Tips for Summer Time Gardening to Beat the Heat

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Banana Boat® and OFF!®. The opinions and text are all mine. Time for some summer time gardening tips. Summer has finally arrived for real at my house and I couldn’t be more thrilled. I really enjoy spending the summer tinkering around in my garden, especially …

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Patriotic Table Decor

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DipintoMeze #CollectiveBias  It’s time for some patriotic table decor. We’ve all had that moment when our friends or parents decide to visit with no notice for an important weekend.  But don’t panic.  Just because you have little warning that you’ll …

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Plant Propagation Tips – New Plants for Free

If you garden, you will know that the cost of buying new plants can get very expensive over time. But you don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a wonderful garden.  Just follow some of these plant propagation tips and you will have a whole slew of new perennial garden plants without the …

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Mexican Style Stuffed Peppers – a Spicy Dinner Time Recipe

My husband and I often eat out at our favorite Mexican restaurant.  When we do, you can guarantee that at least one of us will have chile rellenos. This Mexican staple features chili peppers stuffed with meat and cheese.  Since my husband is the lover of heat in recipes and I like things a bit …

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10 Ways to Transform my Garden With Mom in Mind

Mother’s Day is right around that corner and spring has us out in our gardens.  That made me think about a project for ways to transform your garden with mom in mind. I’m sure many of my readers are looking for something wonderful to give to their mothers for this special day. After all, it …

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Diet Dr Pepper Brownies – Easy Fun Way to Cook Dessert

These Diet Dr Pepper Brownies are easy to make and have a lower calorie count than normal brownies, since there is no oil in the recipe. This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Diet Dr Pepper®. The opinions and text are all mine. Be sure to join me in this giveaway and …

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Roasted Yam Salad with Seasoned Chicken

This Roasted Yam Salad with seasoned chicken has the most amazing flavors. It’s simple to make and just full of hearty goodness and flavor. Salads don’t have to be boring and this one proves it in spades. For another healthy salad, check out my antipasto salad with home made red wine vinaigrette. It is full …

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One Pot Creamy Spinach Sausage Fettuccine Recipe

I love fettuccine, my whole family loves sausages, and I love meals that come together easily.  This one pot creamy spinach sausage fettuccine recipe is one that I get asked to make again and again. It is that tasty! This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Aidells. The opinions and text …

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Girls’ Night In – 6 Tips for a Fun-Filled Evening at Home

I have to admit it.  I love a girls’ night in. It gives me a chance to have a few of my gal friends over, watch some chick flicks without the guys complaining about it, and enjoy some of our favorite foods. It is a no stress night that is filled with laughter and fun, …

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Easy Parmesan Chicken – Italian Delight!

Getting something on the table in a hurry for a hectic weeknight can sometimes be a challenge.  I normally like to cook everything from scratch but there are times when I just don’t have the luxury to do this.  This easy Parmesan chicken recipe is perfect for those nights when time is at a premium and everyone …

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Getting Healthy in the New Year- Practice These 5 Tips

Practice these 5 tips for getting healthy in the new year and all year long. New Year, New Thoughts….time to take stock, think back on last year, and make plans for the coming year.  For many of us that means focusing on getting healthy, or losing weight, in the New Year.  Is that one of …

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Moderation and Smart Choices are the Key to a Balanced New Year

Each January, I take stock of the past year and focus on how I would like my coming year to be.  For me, this often means a reset of my eating habits.  I am a food blogger, after all, so food is something that I love to make (and eat!)  For the last few years, …

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