Getting Ready for Spring Grilling!

I know most of us do some grilling in the winter time but it pales in comparison to how much grilling gets done in the spring and summer! With the first day of spring right around the corner, it’s time to start […]

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But Can Your Beer Can Chicken Rack Do This?

Is there anything better than a good beer can chicken from the grill? Slowly cooked and full of flavor? I’d argue that the only thing better is a perfectly grilled steak but now we’re talking apples and oranges (or steak and chicken…). […]

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Reviewing Cave Tools Pigtail Food Flippers… Plus One!

I love working with Cave Tools on product reviews because their grilling tools and accessories are great – they’re affordable and built to last and let’s be honest… I’m not the only person who forgets to bring their tools in when they’re done grilling. […]

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Kristen’s Kitchen: Chocolate Crack

Chocolate Crack Recipe Apparently I like sweets with the word “crack” in it. First there was McQuilkin’s Crack aka Pecan Chewies. I love my best friend’s Grandmother’s Crack which, ironically, is a whole lot like this recipe minus the chocolate. But hey […]

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Great Gift Idea for the Grill Master in the House

We love to cook and the Rooster loves to grill. I like to grill too, but for the most part leave it to him. I know a lot of people prefer to get their grilled food from somewhere like Francisca Restaurant, but […]

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Easy & Yummy Edible Cookie Dough

How to Make Edible Cookie Dough There were plenty of days when I was single that sitting down with a bottle of wine and a tub of cookie dough was a perfectly acceptable dinner. Okay.. it still is but most of us […]

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Repeat Guests – Born and Bread

I thought it would be fun to rerun some guest posts that were written for me a couple of years ago at Christmas by some of my favorite bloggers. What I wasn’t expecting was to revisit our friendships and see how much […]

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12 Guests of Christmas – Born and Bread

Nikki is another one of my favorite Twitter success “stories”. She and I share a love of tech, social and food! We seem to run into each other at functions that involve food more than anywhere else and I think that’s a […]

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Menus for an Easy and Great Dinner

It’s hard when you’re a family with two working spouses to not just put dinner on the table before the stroke of midnight, but also a dinner that isn’t created by punching buttons on a microwave or hearing the words “pull up […]

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Auntie Anne’s Make at Home Pretzel Kits

Have you had the good fortune to try Auntie Anne’s Pretzels? If you’re lucky enough to have one in your town (they’re popular in malls), you know that once you have one – you’re hooked. They’re a twisted up version of heaven.. […]

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