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This is a great recipe for this time of year as many of you will have an overload of hard boiled eggs around the house. Truth is – this is a great recipe anytime! I can not keep enough of these around the house. I’ll make a half a dozen and the next day, they’re […]

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Today I bring you simplicity. Simplicity: the state of being simple, uncomplicated, or uncompounded Take a deep breath… and exhale. Everyone’s back to where they’re supposed to be and routine has begun once again. I’m alone in the house today….exhaling. No more Christmas cookies, no pine needles, no ornaments or ribbons. Just me and these […]

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It all started with a rumor last week at the barbershop. Nick Anthe’s was closing. Hubby came home bearing the news. “You’re kidding!”, I said. “I don’t get it…where are we going to go for our celebrations?” Nick Anthe’s restaurant has been legendary in Akron’s history of restaurants and one of THE places to go […]

strawberry salad

I love strawberries. Shortcake, ice cream, jam….just plain with sugar or whipping cream. I’m only starting to explore the deliciousness of strawberries and combining them with different flavors. One of our local restaurants makes the BEST strawberry salad combining the flavors of strawberries, fresh spinach, young lettuce, red onion, feta cheese and toasted almonds. Yum. […]

wedge too

I don’t know about you but after the cookout festivities of Memorial Day, we needed a light supper. Geez! On Monday, I made 30 lbs. of ribs! I didn’t eat all 30 lbs. but I did enjoy them!   Raiding the refrigerator tonight, I found a container of blue cheese leftover from making Buffalo Chicken […]

Sugar Snap Pea Quinoa Salad

As promised, here’s the wonderful side salad/dish that I made to go with last night’s halibut. It’s an easy to make spring dish that would go so easily with any entree.  The original recipe came from Food and Wine but I switched it up a bit….of course. Quinoa is my new favorite grain. It’s so […]

Can't BEET this!

Please Note: This is not a recipe to start today and eat tonight. It takes two days to get to the finish line. It’s something to do while you’re doing everything else. Trust me…it’s worth the wait! I am having a love affair with beets these days. I used to HATE beets…those slimy red things […]

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