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Lunch

30 of the Best Lunches For the Rest of the School Year

This is it! The final push to the end of the school year. The moment when we’re tired of school projects, friendship triangles and, the biggest soul-sucker, school lunches. It’s

Appetizers

Mini Yorkshire Pudding Bites with Yves Veggie Cuisine Ground Round Wellington Topping

This is the ultimate holiday appetizer. No, seriously. It’s the best of every traditional holiday dish tucked together in one bite of perfection. Our ultimate holiday appy pairs the puffy

Fall

Sweet Potato and Goat Cheese Galette with Yves Veggie Cuisine Broccoli Bites

One of my summer staples is to make sweet galettes or crostatas using fresh berries and fruit from the local farmer’s market. However, I’ve never tackled a savoury version. Although,

Dairy

Cucumber with Yves Veggie Bacon & Ricotta

Even though I’ve been hosting holiday dinners and parties for what feels like forever, I have to admit I still get a bit stressed. I want everyone to have a

The Holidays

Adrienne’s Sausage and Sage Stuffing (AKA my mom’s famous Thanksgiving side)

Over the years, I’ve always wanted to share this recipe here but my mom made it a challenge. It’s not like she didn’t want me to share it (although I

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Broccoli Cheddar Chowder

Scarlett and I created this soup on one of those days you don’t really have anything left in the refrigerator. We’re both fans of a broccoli and cheddar soup we

The Holidays

Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

Every year I organize a holiday cookie decorating party for Scarlett and her friends. It’s not a cookie exchange with a goal of having dozens of cookies to use over

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A Recipe to Save Your Sanity

Our new book The School Year Survival Cookbook is out now! If you want to know more about what’s inside then here’s a quick rundown of how it will make

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Saving time with Masterpass: Follow our experience and have a chance to win a $500 card

As food bloggers you usually only hear one side of our lives as mothers. Sure, once and awhile one of us has a rant about our kid’s friendship triangles or

Interviews

A Quick Bite with Katie Workman

It’s no secret that one of the reasons we started the Quick Bite column was to give us an opportunity to meet and chat with writers, cooks or parents we