Gorgeous Blueberry & Peach Cobbler by Everyday Sarah Jane

Sometimes, just sometimes, you turn to dessert to get you through a tough period of life. {Please read with sarcasm.} The Bachelorette wasn’t on this week. I can’t cheer on the remaining men in my bracket {Yup, have one.} I can’t dream of having JoJo’s closet. Or of going on those dates…I mean, seriously? Charles…Read… via…

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Luscious Lemon Blueberry Scones

This is a simple, quick and easy recipe to make on lazy weekend mornings alone or with the kids. This will produce consistent flaky, buttery, soft-centered, bakery quality scones time and again. Mix and match dried fruits, different citrus zests and even some chocolate morsels; white or dark. Perfect plain or topped with butter, preserves,…

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Grilled Chicken Berry Salad with Glazed Pecans

I’ve been making these salads for years and have tried many variations. Yet, to me, this is the ultimate combination of sweet and savory with just a kiss of salty notes. This is a superb, summertime fruit salad which satisfies all of your cravings. I use berries, predominantly, but the list of fruits are endless…

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The World’s Best Waldorf Salad & a little history

The Word’s Best Waldorf Salad The Waldorf salad was first created between 1893 and 1896 at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City (the precursor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which came into being with the merger of the Waldorf with the adjacent Astoria Hotel, opened in 1897). Oscar Tschirky, who was the Waldorf’s maître d’hôtel…

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Baked Amish Apple Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal

Baked oatmeal is a traditional, comforting Amish breakfast casserole served warm or at room temperature with copious amounts of cream or milk. Unlike regular oatmeal; made on the stove-top or microwave which has a porridge-like consistency, baked oatmeal is made in the oven and in many ways is similar to bread pudding. There are never-ending…

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Grilled Chicken Berry & Glazed Pecan Fruit Salad

NOTE: Chicken is fully cooked, but the raspberry vinaigrette makes it look pink in the photos…sorry 🙂 I’ve been making these salads for years and have recently noticed an unnamed fast food chain has added something similar to their menu. Not to seem snobbish, but there is NO comparison between my homemade version and theirs….

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Macerate: A Berry By Any Other Name Is Always Sweeter…

Most of us know what marinating is, but what is macerating? It’s a simple, similar process, but the “soak subject” is always fruit. Macerating is the process of soaking fruit in sugar, juice, wine or herbs—and or the combination. Macerating softens and sweetens the fruit and also imparts a flavor of not only sweetness, but…

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