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Magnolia Bakery Banana Pudding

    Craving the famous Magnolia Bakery Banana Pudding but can’t get to NYC? No need to worry – this iconic recipe is much easier to whip up at home than you might think! Love Banana Pudding, but don’t really have the time or patience to make it from scratch? No worries, I’ve got ya covered with this […]

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    Vanilla Buttercream Frosting

      Vanilla Buttercream Frosting This vanilla buttercream frosting has been my go-to recipe for well over a decade and is absolutely the best! Made with four ingredients and ready in under 10 minutes, you can whip this creamy frosting up in no time. Buttery, silky smooth, and not too sweet, make this fluffy buttercream frosting for […]

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      Hariyali Chicken Tikka Recipe

        Hariyali Chicken Tikka Recipe is a lip-smacking appetizer made with green masala thus the name “Hariyali”. The masala is made from a blend of mint leaves and coriander leaves that is spiced with an array of spice powders. Marinating the chicken for a long period of time to develop enough flavor is the key here.   […]

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        Green Love Quinoa Salad with Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette

          This green love quinoa salad is simple to make, super flavourful, ready in 30 minutes, loaded with veg, and great for lunch leftovers! It’s naturally vegan and gluten-free, and easily made nut-free as well. Long time, no post! Truthfully I have not felt overly creative these past few weeks. Here in Ontario, our third lockdown […]

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          Black Eyed Peas Recipe

            Black eyed peas recipe, super comforting, flavorful, and filling! It is the perfect dinner and it is made with super healthy and nutritious ingredients. This black eyed peas recipe is out of this world! I absolutely love it, as it is extremely easy to make, as well as nutritious, flavorful, and super filling. Perfect to […]

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            Drunken Smoked Salmon

              Drunken Smoked Salmon gets its name from being cooked in vodka and gives this salmon its drunken state and unique flavor.  The vodka-infused smokey taste really keeps you wanting more and more it’s so flaky and delicious and the juices are fabulous. Don’t worry if you’re not into using alcohol, chicken broth or apple juice […]

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              Spring Peas with Prosciutto & Onions

                Spring is finally here and walking through our property here in Michigan, green is popping up through the forest floor. In another couple of weeks, the trees will bud, and our backyard forest will move from dreary winter brown to vibrant green. My favorite part of spring is the local produce available, including asparagus, peas, […]

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                GRANDMA B’S BLUEBERRY CHILL BARS

                  These No-Bake Blueberry Chill Bars are a recipe straight from Grandma. Vanilla wafers, sweetened cream cheese and blueberry pie filling. The perfect summer dessert! BLUEBERRY CHILL BARS This next recipe for Blueberry Chill Bars comes straight outta my Grandma Betty’s handwritten recipe book. This little red book was actually hand-bound by my Dad when he… […]

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                  Broccoli Pesto Pasta with Green Olives

                    Broccoli, pesto, and green olives—believe it! This pasta recipe tastes so fresh. It’s perfectly suited for springtime dinners, though I think you’ll want to keep it in your repertoire for the rest of the year. I wouldn’t have come up with this pasta combination myself, so I’m glad I found the recipe in my friend […]

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                    Comparing Polls on the Number of Vegetarians/Vegans

                      Always be wary when you are comparing polls, such as those calculating the number of vegetarians/vegans. We’ve been seeing articles that say that 5% of Israelis are vegans and 8% more are vegetarians. We do know there are plenty of vegan options in Israel. One member living there told us that even when visiting a Russian […]

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