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You may think of me as a healthy eater, but I love me some candy. There have been few Halloweens where I haven’t overindulged beyond reason on sticky, chewy, chocolaty sweets. My particular weaknesses are candy corn, Snickers, Milky Ways, Three Musketeers and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, but I’m a fool for almost anything sugary that comes in a fun-size package. And there was at least one Halloween I remember when our son Solomon ate
Sweet and Sour Chicken or Tofu with a Kick
Note: This page contains affiliate links. If you purchase a product through these links, your cost will be the same but The  Scramble will receive a small commission. I only link to products I personally use, trust, and love. If you want to learn more, please check out my disclosure page. Thanks for your support! Guest column by long-time Scramble supporter Robin Thieme A Diagnosis of Celiac Disease In March 2011, our daughter was diagnosed
picnic
I just hate wasting food.  It makes me so sad to see food that’s been grown or manufactured, packaged, shipped, stocked on store shelves, and purchased with our precious dollars just to wind up in the trash. So I’ve devised a few strategies to use up odds and ends before I restock for the upcoming week. I’ve sometimes made what I call a ‘Sixth Night Scramble’, where I cook a pasta dish, a stir-fry, an
compost
Composting is one of Mother Nature’s miracles – it turns organic waste (like grass clippings, raked leaves, veggie peelings, fruit rinds and other produce leftovers) into rich soil.  And it is one of the easiest things the average family can do to reduce their footprint and help the environment naturally.   Just think, by turning everyday waste into compost, you can not only reduce the amount of garbage picked up curbside, hauled by fossil fuel operated
Matzo Ball Soup
For all you Scramblers who celebrate Passover, we know the upcoming holiday can have its dietary challenges. With the need to refrain from eating chametz, we often hear the complaint, “My family is so tired of matzo and leftovers from the Seder. Help!  Can you suggest some easy, kid-friendly dishes for the week of Passover?” Well, the Scramble is here to help. Below, we have put together a week of recipes for Passover. We hope
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