“Thyme to Share” – Gifting Your Herbs

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If you’re reading this post and it is April 26th, 2013, the movers are at our house loading up our furniture as we make our way back to Nashville after 4 years in Clarksville.  This is such a bittersweet day for us because we have made so many incredible memories at our home.  I have […]

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Pan Seared Swordfish with Sauteed Spinach & Mushroom Lentil Salad

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I’m a total sucker for good food and good photography…..of food!! I have always subscribed to food magazines and am totally obsessed with Food Network and Cooking Channel TV, but now that I have started this blog I absolutely LOVE coming across a beautiful blog with GORGEOUS photography.  I have learned a few skills when it comes to […]

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Prosciutto Wrapped Goat Cheese Stuffed Figs

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With the Oscars on the horizon next week, it is time to start planning your Red Carpet Party menu.  I honestly wish I was one of those people who took the time to see all the movies nominated, but let’s face it, I have a 4-year old and no money tree in the backyard to […]

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Crispy Goat Cheese Bites

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For many years of my early childless adult life, I committed most of my free time to charitable efforts.  At that point in my life I had time and lots of it.  I would be remiss to say that I didn’t get some sort of self-gratification in volunteering especially at a time in my life […]

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Apple & Onion Slow Cooker Chicken with Fresh Herbs

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This is just a pretty plain and straight-forward post for your Sunday Supper.   Maybe not for this Sunday since it would be 10 pm before you got to eat, but definitley one to put on the menu for next Sunday.  After a little bit of prepwork, set your crockpot,  head to church and by dinner […]

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Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage Brown Butter

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  Oh, Butternut Squash, how I love thee!!!! Such an oversight for so many years and then after one initial attempt in the wee years of my cooking experience that resulted in a nearly chopped off finger, broken knife, busted peeler and WAY overseasoned curry butternut squash soup, I didn’t give it another thought until […]

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“They’re white carrots, Boogey” – Sauteed Parsnips with Baby Bellas & Onions

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  If you try to tell me that you have never told your child a little white lie to get them to behave, eat their food, not eat something, clean their room, be nice to their siblings, or any other behavior we would like to control in our kids, you are the one telling a […]

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