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Apple Pumpkin Bread

September 26, 2014
Apple Pumpkin Bread | Aggie

It’s a happy day in our house when mom bakes (mom being me). It’s not a secret that I don’t bake very often. I have guilt about it sometimes but honestly, I don’t feel the need to handle all that sugar and butter very often. And the flour gets messy. And I have to measure […]

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Hard Cider Pork Chops with Apples and Onions

September 24, 2014
Hard Cider Pork Chops with Apples and Onions | Aggie

When Fall (and football season) hit I pretty much crave two specific (adult) beverages – pumpkin beer and hard apple cider. It’s a happy day when the pumpkin beer display appears at the grocery store. Hard apple cider, I’ve noticed, seems to be available all year round which is a treat because sometimes a cold, refreshing, […]

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Cheddar-Dill Roasted Red Potatoes

September 22, 2014
Cheddar Dill Roasted Red Potatoes | Aggie

Is anyone excited about a new season of television starting this week? (It is this week right?) Every year in September I look forward to all my shows starting back up again and seeing what new shows are out that might sound interesting. Since DVR and Netflix, I haven’t been as on the ball about […]

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Buffalo Rotisserie Chicken Salad

September 19, 2014
Buffalo Rotisserie Chicken Salad | Aggie

As I’m trying to collect my thoughts to write this post there is quite the commotion happening around me. That commotion shall be named…Hurricane Micah. This little man has been causing quite the ruckus in our house lately. Especially around the kitchen. Anyone need tupperware? Micah makes sure we’ve got some ready at all times. […]

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Italian Orzo Soup with Sausage Meatballs, Spinach and Tomatoes

September 17, 2014
Italian Orzo Soup with Meatballs, Spinach and Tomatoes

I am pretending it’s not 90 degrees out and making soup this week. Guys, I don’t consider myself a very envious person, but this is the time of year where I start to experience major Fall Envy. I’ve lived in Florida most of my life (I was 10 years old when I moved here from […]

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September Book Love

September 15, 2014
September Reading List

I am coming off of an incredibly busy few weeks that have been filled with all good things. School started a little over a month ago, last week our family celebrated my oldest son’s big milestone birthday (10 years old – whoa!) and then this past weekend was spent with family in St. Augustine for my “baby” […]

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Autumn Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Almonds and Apples {& My Fresh Twist Recipe Contest}

September 10, 2014
Autumn Chicken Salad with Apples and Almonds | Aggie

This post is sponsored by Fisher Nuts. Well friends, I’ve jumped on the rotisserie chicken bandwagon, if there is even such a thing. I have never been a big purchaser of rotisserie chicken, only because I’ve always been too lazy to deal with all the bones and such, but I guess you can say my perspective […]

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Bison and Brown Rice Stuffed Peppers

September 5, 2014
Bison and Brown Rice Stuffed Peppers | Aggie

So last week I was majorly on the ball and had a meal plan that included this recipe for Bison and Brown Rice Stuffed Peppers. This week, not so much on the ball. But for good reasons!! My baby boy got pretty sick (tonsilitis!) over the holiday weekend so I have been in survival mode […]

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Black Bean and Rice Salad

August 21, 2014
Black Bean and Rice Salad | Aggie

This post is sponsored by Bush’s Beans. I can’t tell you what a life saver having part of dinner ready before dinner time has been lately. Grain salads, like this Black Bean and Rice Salad, are hearty and healthy and can be made ahead of time to go with pretty much whatever you are serving. […]

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Mediterranean Chopped Tuna Salad

August 19, 2014
Mediterranean Chopped Tuna Salad | Aggie

Boy did I struggle coming up with a name for this tuna salad. The tuna I used is Italian tuna, the feta is Greek, the veggies are chopped but not necessarily in the traditional “chopped salad” form, and it’s definitely not just a tuna salad…can we be okay with naming it Mediterranean Chopped Tuna Salad […]

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Turkey and Spinach Tostadas

August 15, 2014
Turkey and Spinach Tostadas | Aggie

My goal these days is to make one dinner that everyone in my family will eat. It is not easy! As my kids have gotten older, there are foods that they used to like that they no longer like and of course there are foods that one likes and the other does not like. It’s […]

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