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How My Crock-Pot Saved Sundays

How My Crock-Pot Saved Sundays

Resolving to make dinner in the Crock-pot every Sunday this fall, blogger Brittany Cooper rekindles her love for the oft-forgotten culinary lifesaver. Four years ago, I was a newlywed sorting through a mound of thoughtful weddi...
by Brittany Joy Cooper
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DIY for the Average Jane: The Pumpkin Spice Latte

DIY For the Average Jane: The Pumpkin Spice Latte

In this new series, blogger Brittany Cooper (an average Jane) tackles weekly DIY projects, giving you tips from her successes–and mistakes! Welcome to the new series, “DIY For the Average Jane.” True, my name ...
by Brittany Joy Cooper
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Countless Candy Possibilities: Peppermint Bark Is Just the Beginning

Of all the holiday confections–the pecan pies, the red velvet cakes, the divinity–there is perhaps no treat as effortlessly pulled off as peppermint bark. But the simple combination of melted chocolate and crushed c...
by Michelle Ryan
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Baking the Beer Brownies From Men’s Journal Magazine? Good, but Grab an Apron

Raise a glass and a festive brownie this St. Patrick’s Day with this recipe for Rogue Chocolate Stout Brownies from Men’s Journal magazine. It gets messy—but it’s worth it! If ever there was a case for weari...
by Summer Huggins
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First-Ever Food Day Pushes Eat Local Movement With Events Nationwide

The “eat local” movement is going big time with national emphasis in communities across the country to support local farmers on this, the first-ever “Food Day,” Oct. 24. Organizers intend for this to become an annual ev...
by Michelle Ryan
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Home Is Where the Best Holiday Gifts Are Made

Call me a softy, but I adore homemade, handmade presents. I find a single rose can be as romantic as a dozen, and the gift of one’s time is much more precious than anything off the shelf. In short, anything that reflects ...
by Michelle Ryan
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