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Friday Feedings

Can’t believe in 5 more months Friday feedings – well every 2 hour feedings will begin for our other munchkin!! JG got his first haircut this week. And I found out that apparently in the South it’s a superstition not to cut your child’s hair before their first birthday. But if your son is about to …

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A Couple Cooks (me a crepe)

Like most of you know my week is not complete without going to the Farmers Market Saturday morning – whether I am in Alabama or Indy. Nothing beats talking with local farmers about their crops, or meeting artisans who have made homemade jelly or bread. But then after I get my produce/goods for my week of …

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Creamy Winter Squash Bisque

Every Saturday when I go to the Winter Farmer’s Market the first table I walk right up to is one filled with so many winter squash. They have butternut, acorn, delicata, spaghetti, turban, and even pumpkins. What is a girl to do with so many squash? Well make soup of course! The first time I …

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Sundays in the Kitchen

Pesto is Italian for “pounded” meaning it used to be made my mortar and pestle but I love making this uncooked sauce in my mini food processor. It is traditionally basil, pine nuts, parmesan, garlic and olive oil. Now don’t get me wrong the classics are always the best but when you can find other alternatives it’s …

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Farmers Market

Is there one routine in your life you cannot live without? There are obviously quite a few in mine, but the one that revolves around food is getting up early on a Saturday morning and going to the Farmers Market. It all started back in Birmingham when my partner in crime and I would get …

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