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    For years I have wanted to travel the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive in Autumn. It's a beautiful drive that takes you through the Kettle Moraine State Park as well as a number of cute, little Wisconsin towns. I was determined that this year we would take the drive. With my work schedule about to...
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    Apple butter is one of those foods that seem so daunting to those not in the know, but really apple butter is very easy to make. Nor does it take a lot of "special" ingredients. I've even made passable apple butter using store bought applesauce as the base, though starting from fresh apples will...
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    I don't eat breakfast a lot. I think I've said that before, but it is worth repeating. Sometimes I grab a quick bowl of cereal or a piece of fruit on my way out the door, or if I have to stop for gas I might grab a donut and a coke (healthy I know!!!!), but that is pretty much it during the...
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    These easy homemade apple chips are for those who need a satisfying snack without the guilt! I've never met a kid (or adult, for that matter) who doesn't like something with a crunch. But there isn't much crunch out there that isn't bad for you, or questionable, at the very best. When I'm...
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    So I've been seeing a lot of buzz about "no churn" ice cream around Pinterest as of late. No churn, you say?? Sign me up! I found a recipe on Delicious Everyday for a caramelized white chocolate version of the no churn treat and adapted it. I was experimenting a bit because the original recipe...
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    My friend, S, has the cutest, chubbiest baby. Seriously, he's got more rolls than a bakery. Baby E, D, and I went for a visit today and as is customary at Christmastime (or at any other time if you're me) I brought a few goodies for her and her husband to enjoy. In the past, I've had quite a...
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    Sinfully Delicious The famed Greek writer, Homer, gave mention of apples growing in his father's garden prior to the 8th century BC. When Eve entered the Garden of Eden she found a fruit so perfect and enticing that she was in awe, and also, she was tempted. Though various historians have...
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