Category Archives: How To

Perfect boiled AND peeled eggs

Yes, you read that correctly. I love boiled eggs, deviled eggs, egg salad, etc. but I don’t make those things nearly as often as I’d like because I HATED (with the force of a thousand suns) peeling eggs. I’ve tried … Continue reading

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How To: Make a Sandwich Wrap

On my broccoli recipe post, I had a few comments on my wrap and how it looked good. I thought I’d share here how I put it together. Wraps are one of our favorite quick, easy and healthy meal option. … Continue reading

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How To: Make an Excellent Salad

OK, I think we needed a break from desserts. I don’t actually eat those desserts myself and do try to stick to a fairly healthy diet during the workweek. As spring time is approaching, my taste buds for salad really … Continue reading

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How To…Make the Perfect Scrambled Egg

What is your favorite way to eat an egg? In a cookie or cake? Me too! OK. Eggs = yummy, at least for me. I really love eggs and could probably eat at least one every day. But, I really … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Rolls

Who doesn’t love cinnamon rolls? I mean really? I don’t know of anyone who doesn’t like them. Cinnamon, sugar and glazed with powdered sugar and maple extract? Sign me up! You can go here for the recipe. These are by … Continue reading

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Ice cream

There are a few things I think I’ll likely never bake or make. Most of them I feel would be too complicated – a lot of pastry type foods or fancy, lengthy dinner recipes. And I am fine with that. … Continue reading

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How to slice and dice an onion

Do you love onions? I do. I used to hate them when I was a kid, but I guess I grew into liking them. They are good in so many ways and are popular world-wide. Try them fresh, frozen, canned, … Continue reading

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