Easy Broiled Tuna Melts

Easy Broiled Tuna Melts

There are some things I love about food blogs: the writing is captivating, the photography is stunning and can cause me to wipe drool from my chin, and the recipes creatively use ingredients in new and unusual ways. But let’s get real here! That is not the way I cook on a daily basis. Nor is it the way my family wants to eat regularly. Seriously! Pickle Brine Chicken Tortilla Soup???

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Rhubarb and Raspberry Crumble – Paleo-style

Rhubarb and Raspberry Crumble - Paleo-style

True confession here: I am not a huge fan of dessert. My husband grew up with a mother who baked pies, cakes, and cookies daily, and each meal – and every cup of coffee – was accompanied by some wonderful homemade treat. Honestly, I would rather eat a candy bar filled with tons of sugar, fat, and preservatives than a slice of homemade pie. But that may change!

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Easy Enchiladas

Easy Enchiladas

I recently saw a map of the U.S. showing the most commonly spoken languages besides English, and found that more Minnesotans speak Spanish and Hmong than any other foreign language.

It is only logical that states like Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont would have French as their most common foreign language, due to proximity to Quebec. It also makes sense that Ohio and North Dakota would have many German speakers because of immigration patterns and Amish population.

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