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Asian Mini Crabcakes & Bok Choy with Cashews

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I have been mailing it in the past few weeks in terms of feeding all of us. Crackers, cheese, hummus, yogurt, pizza, chicken nuggets, grilled cheese – I went all out on the typical

Apple (or Pear) Honey Chia Bread

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I have made this twice in one week – it is so easy, I would consider making it every day just to have on hand for emergency snacks/lunch boxes/breakfast.  It is incredibly simple and

Roasted Cauliflower-Quinoa-Chickpea Spinach Salad with Lemon Pesto Dressing

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I had never heard the term “Sprinkle” in reference to a baby shower, until my wonderful Brooklyn friend, Erin, threw me a surprise one for Matty.  It took a few seconds with the pregnancy

Will’s Oatmeal – Raspberry, Walnut, Chia and Brown Sugar

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My “pickiest” eater, Mr. Will, loves to cook and help me.  I had made him eggs the other morning for breakfast that went untouched.  Mid morning he was “very hungry” – his favorite phrase

Tomato-Chorizo-Pasta Soup

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My children seem very suspicious of soup for some reason.  I will not even begin to hypothesize what is going on in those crazy little brains.  I will just keep making it and serving

Seriously good (and simple) Egg Salad

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My favorite lunches when I was a kid were ring bologna and cheese, liverwurst and cheese and the top of them all: egg salad.  I would unwrap the slightly squished sandwich from its wax

Perfect Peanut Butter and Jelly

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I read this article a while back and it really got me thinking – about PB&J. http://www.gilttaste.com/stories/5016-how-to-make-a-better-peanut-butter-and-jelly-sandwich So, first I was thinking what a huge pain in the ass I must have been as a kid