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In many families, morning is a hectic and hurried time. Frequently parents feel fortunate just to get everyone out the door fully dressed each day. Serve a hot cooked breakfast every morning? Not a chance. Breakfast (if it’s served at all) often consists of grabbing a toaster pastry and a quick glass of juice as the family runs out the door racing headlong to work and school.
I’ve discovered that taking an hour or two on an occasional weekend to prepare breakfast items for the freezer, takes much of the insanity out of the weekday morning rush. Continue reading
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Before three out of the four of us could no longer eat it due to assorted food allergies and sensitivities, this recipe had become my go-to meal for Easter brunch — they’re actually quite elegant looking and they taste heavenly. Continue reading
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This is one of those recipes my family can never get enough. I remember my youngest daughter when she was about three, holding out her plate with a huge smile and asking in a sweet little voice, “More yummy noodles, Mommy?”
Always such a pleasure when the kiddos enjoy an easy meal the grown-up folks love, too.