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holiday gift guide for women in midlife
This year my holiday gift guide is full of things that have brought me, a woman in midlife, a lot of joy including cooking/food related gifts, wearable gifts, books I loved, and small gifts/stocking stuffers. In years past, I have focused my gift guides solely on food and cooking (check out my edible holiday gift ideas or my gift guide for every kind of cook for lots of inspiration in that area), but this year
roasted delicata squash with feta and pomegranate
Roasted Delicata Squash with Feta and Pomegranate is both delicious and beautiful. The contrast in the colors makes it a gorgeous dish for any table, but the real joy comes in eating it. The squash is silky smooth with just a little crisp from the cooked skin, the pomegranate arils add a bright pop of juicy flavor, and then the creamy, salty feta brings it all together. You really couldn’t ask for anything better! Note:
whipped mashed potatoes
Cooking for Thanksgiving can be intimidating, so I wanted to decrease the stress by sharing make ahead Thanksgiving side dishes and desserts that will bring flavor and fun to your table without a lot of fuss or last-minute scrambling. Table Of Contents Make Ahead Thanksgiving Side Dishes and DessertsHow this list is organizedAppetizersGreen Vegetable SidesLeafy GreensGreen BeansSquash SidesCarrot SidesPotato SidesSweet Potato SidesOther Vegetable SidesBaked SidesCranberry SauceMake Ahead Desserts that are Perfect for ThanksgivingSmall BitesPiesFruit-Based DessertsCookies
picky eater
Let’s be honest, it sucks when your kid, or anyone, doesn’t like what you made. It can really sting. So we wanted to share what to do when when your kids hate dinner, so that you can still have a nice meal and not take it personally. I was recently talking to a new Scramble member who mentioned that one of the unexpected positive outcomes of joining our meal planning service was that she no
Family Dinner
Need to feed your family but stay on budget? We’ll show you how to feed your family on a tight budget without stress or strain. How to Feed Your Family on a Budget Money was pretty tight in my house growing up, especially in early childhood. While we never went hungry, there were times when government support was needed and times when my parents had to depend on credit cards to get us through. It