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Recipe for Cucumber Ranch Dressing

What is it about ranch dressing that people love so much? I admit, I’m a sucker for a good ranch dressing too. And my children love it. I’m fine with it being used as a dip with veggies – especially when it gets my children to eat more vegetables. And I love a good cucumber […]

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Menu Plan Monday – March 17

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope you will be celebrating with some wonderful green vegetables today. Friday, I got to go to a local Chinese restaurant, House of Lu, and taste test a new menu item, pho! I adore a good bowl of pho and unfortunately where I live there isn’t anywhere close by to eat […]

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Menu Labeling, Coming to a Restaurant Near You

You may remember that it has been almost three years since the FDA issued the proposed rule on April 6, 2011, which was more than a year after President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act) on March 23, 2010. As part of the Affordable Care Act, chain […]

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In Honor Of National Nutrition Month….Roasting Vegetables

March is National Nutrition Month® and this year’s theme is “Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right.” One area where most people fall short is eating vegetables. In my experience, people don’t know how to prepare them to bring out there natural sweetness. That is where roasting comes into play.  To keep reading, visit my original […]

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Menu Plan Monday – March 10

Daylight savings is such a mixed bag for me – on one hand, I love that it gets dark later, especially as T-ball season gets underway, but losing that hour of sleep is always rough. My children fared a little better with it than they have in years past, I will say. We’ll see how […]

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Menu Plan Monday – March 3

We had beautiful weather yesterday and finally were able to take C and E hiking on Kennesaw Mountain. I love being on the trails with my children and we are lucky to have the mountain so close. Finding fun ways to be active as a family is so important as I want my children to […]

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Menu Plan Monday – February 24

From this past week, the Black Bean Cakes were outstanding. I topped it with some plain Greek yogurt and a few avocado slices and served it with a fried egg. C and E ate more of the egg than the black bean cakes. This recipe is definitely a keeper for the black bean cakes and were easy […]

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Menu Plan Monday – February 17

Yes another fun-filled snow day, or 2 here in Atlanta. This time the city was better prepared though! My trip to a conference in Nashville was cancelled due to the weather. Knowing this was a likely possibility, I had stocked up well on my grocery trip early in the week. Although I only planned for […]

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Creamy Veggie Ravioli Casserole

Every now and then I get a whim to veer from my planned menu and create a dish based upon my mood. Sometimes it needs tweaking and other times I surprise myself at how good the first time is! The is one of those latter times. I had planned on making my Ravioli Zucchini Casserole […]

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Menu Plan Monday – February 10

From this past week’s menu, the Slow Cooker Chickpea and Lentil Stew was a hit! The whole family loved it, especially E who couldn’t get enough. I did make a mistake though and used some white beans I had soaked the other week in place of some of the chickpeas. This would have been fine except that […]

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