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Food Friday: Bake It, Don’t Fake It by Heather Bertinetti

Food Friday: Bake It, Don’t Fake It by Heather Bertinetti

The other day I was reading the Hidden Order Bonus Chapter author Brad Thor gifted to his fans (see our post about it here) and saw that his publisher also had an excerpt available for Bake It, Don’t Fake It with a cover featuring beautiful red velvet macarons. I love to bake and have been wanting to learn how to make macarons for a while now, so I clicked on the excerpt and was impressed with what I read.






Posted October 11, 2013 by Kimberly in Cookbooks, Food Friday / 0 Comments
Giveaway: You Be Sweet by Patsy Caldwell & Amy Lyles Wilson

Giveaway: You Be Sweet by Patsy Caldwell & Amy Lyles Wilson

Labor Day weekend is coming up and if you’re anything like me, you might be looking for some new recipes to share with your friends over the weekend.

So, to help you out, we’re giving away an ebook copy of You Be Sweet: Sharing Your Heart One Down-Home Dessert At A Time by Patsy Caldwell and Amy Lyles Wilson.

Click the blog title for all the details!






Celiac Awareness Month: Gluten-Free Resources and Cookbooks

Celiac Awareness Month: Gluten-Free Resources and Cookbooks

Today’s guest post is by my good friend Betsy Ramirez, M.Ed., RD, from Supermarket Nutrition 411.

An estimated 3 million Americans have Celiac Disease. Celiac Disease is an autoimmune condition that damages the villi of the small intestine which inhibits nutrient absorption that can cause a myriad of problems, not limited to migraines, thyroid disease and more. The Celiac Disease Foundation reports 95% of CD is misdiagnosed or undiagnosed. A strict gluten free diet is the main treatment. Finding the right resources is extremely important in maintaining health.






Posted May 25, 2012 by Kimberly in Cookbooks, Non-Fiction / 0 Comments
Thanksgiving Dinner: Planning Ahead for a Stress-Free Holiday

Thanksgiving Dinner: Planning Ahead for a Stress-Free Holiday

Believe it or not, if you’re the host, it’s time to plan your Thanksgiving Dinner! I’m a natural procrastinator, so I’ve learned the hard way that planning ahead really is the best way to keep the holidays stress-free. You’ll even be able to spend time with your guests without worrying about the meal. And your guests will appreciate a host who is relaxed and enjoying the day with them.

What stress-free ideas work well for you? Share them with us in the comments!






Posted November 3, 2011 by Kimberly in Celebrations, Cookbooks / 0 Comments