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When my kids were first old enough to understand and appreciate Halloween, I was stressed—how was I going to be able to control the sugar intake? How was I going to navigate the meltdowns and fights over how many pieces of candy they could have? Could I cut trick or treating short to try and limit how much sugar came into the house? In short, I wanted to control the situation. My feelings about Halloween
How much do you normally spend at the grocery store each week? $100? $200? $300? More? Why do we spend so much at the grocery store? For some, it’s impulse purchases—that box of cookies to keep your kid quiet while they shop with you, that $5 chocolate bar that looks too good to pass up, the chips because you’re starving and can’t resist, or the pre-made food because after making it through the grocery store
One of the complaints I hear most often from people is that while the cooking is OK, the cleaning afterward makes them crazy. I get it, I really do. You’ve made a meal for everyone, they’ve eaten (or not), and then you have to kick back into high gear to clean it all up. Or, perhaps even worse, before cleaning you have to do bedtime duty. You finally get the kids down for the night,
Whether you want to take advantage of the low price of apples at the grocery store, you’re receiving too many apples in a farm share, or you went overboard with apple picking, having too many apples is actually a great problem to have! To make it less overwhelming for you, though, I wanted to share some of my favorite tips and recipes to help you use up the apples. Apples: A Favorite Fall Fruit Apples
Fusilli with Pistacchio-Arugula Pesto
The other day, we went to visit my in-laws. As we were leaving, my mother-in-law gave me baby spinach, red cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, a bunch of zucchini, and two pints of blueberries that she wasn’t going to be able to use up. I was a bit reluctant to take it all since I had just done our weekly shopping and wasn’t sure how I was going to be able use it all. But the idea


Thursday 18th of October 2018

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