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Meet & Greet with Chef Curtis Stone this Sunday Plus, SAVE on your Thanksgiving meal!

Calling all local foodies! This Sunday, the amazing and talented award-winning Chef Curtis Stone will visit the newly remodeled Winn-Dixie store located at 951 W State Rd 434 in Longwood. There will be an autograph signing and meet and greet from 1-3 p.m. During this event, 10 fans will have a chance to win a signed copy […]

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Salted Caramel Apples Bites

Apple picking and hoodies. Bonfires and Trick-or Treat. Football tailgates and Pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year and I celebrate it from mid-August through the morning of Black Friday when my brain switches to Christmas mode. One of my favorite ways to do celebrate is to bake and cook and craft. Usually I […]

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Watermelon Agua Fresca

Growing up in a border city I was surrounded by the best Mexican food. Every Sunday we would go to church then cross the border in to Juarez, Mexico to do our grocery shopping. There, we would spend time in the Mercado buying meat from the butcher, getting fresh produce from vendors, tasting the freshest […]

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Flatbread – It’s What’s for Dinner

This is “the Summer of Flatbreads” in my kitchen. I’ve rediscovered the simplicity and diversity of flatbreads for dinner. Here’s my most recent flatbread creation. I started by spreading jarred bruschetta sauce over the flatbread. Next I sautéed finely chopped Vidalia onions, sliced portobello mushrooms, and chopped tricolor peppers in olive oil, adding the mixture over the […]

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Independence and the Omelette

This summer we are working on developing child independence even if it kills me. I have started to force my children to make decisions, take the lion’s share of the responsibility for their actions, and not have to have me feel the need to hoover over their every move. One of the ways that we have been […]

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Finding Dory Snack Mix

  One of my daughter’s favorite movies was Finding Nemo. In anticipation of the new movie Finding Dory, my daughter and I are having a lot of fun with all the Finding Dory products that are available. Because she’s so excited about the movie, we started making snacks and desserts that are Dory themed. I’ve […]

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Carb-ing Out Time to Think About Food {plus recipe!}

OK, so some of you know that I had bariatric surgery (or sleeve gastrectomy, to use the technical term) about a month and a half ago. My main goal is to get my diabetes under control through eating right and weight management. Weight loss is a big part of that process. To be perfectly honest, […]

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How kosher celebrity Jamie Geller prepares for the Passover holiday

Passover is a celebration of spring, of birth and rebirth, of a journey from slavery to freedom, and of taking responsibility for yourself, the community, and the world. Passover begins sunset of  Friday, April 22, 2016 and ends nightfall of  Saturday, April 30, 2016. There are many traditions and rituals during Passover, especially traditions which revolve around [...]
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Homemade Pumpkin Puree: Thinking Outside the Can

Fall is officially here! Especially with the last few days of brisk, cool weather! If there’s one thing that says fall… it’s pumpkins! Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin bread, pumpkin cheesecake. Of course Publix has rows of perfectly aligned pumpkin purée striping it’s aisles, but I want the real deal: home roasted, homemade, perfectly natural pumpkin purée. But […]

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