Category Food & Drink

Five Delicious Reasons to Worry About Climate Change

Looks like it might be time to start worrying about Climate Change.  If you have haven’t heard, our climate is slowly changing.  As the average temperature slowly increases each year the effects on our environment are devastating.  Warmer, drier summers lead to famine and wild fires throughout the world.  Bugs and disease flourish without cold, harsh winters to kill them off.  If these issues haven’t affected you yet, then you

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3 Grown-Up Takes on the Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Sometimes you just want something simple for dinner, like really simple. Especially if there is a picky eater in the house, simple meals tend to go over with much less complaining and looks of disgust. This also is a great option for those of us that aren’t really very good at cooking in the first place. But what if you want something simple, but loaded with flavor? The classic grilled cheese

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End of Summer Tomato Tart

The official/unofficial end of summer weekend is upon us. That’s right campers: Labor Day Weekend is here. If you’re anything like me there will be as much “summer” crammed into this weekend as possible. If you need me, check the pool – I’ll be the one with the book. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that you’ve probably, maybe, got at least one BBQ or

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Keep It Cool As A Cucumber! – The 5 Best Summer Cucumber Recipes

The mornings are getting chilly, and the days seem to be getting just a bit shorter – Fall is definitely on the way! But even though my son has already started school, I’m not ready to give up the balmy summer evenings outside enjoying a light dinner, or late afternoon snack. One of the most refreshing summer vegetables is the sometimes-overlooked cucumber. I went riffling through my recipe cards and

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Attention Gardeners: Fall is the New Summer!

Nobody likes to be the bearer of bad news, but someone has to prepare you for the inevitable; summer is coming to an end. It’s true; somehow we’ve already made it halfway through August in a flash, and the creep of colder seasons will eventually start to sprout. Speaking of sprouting, the end of summer doesn’t have to be all bad. In fact, there are a lot of delicious things

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