Cooking
Leah

Deceptively Delicious Chocolate Chip Cookies

Have any of you used Jessica Seinfeld’s Deceptively Delicious cookbook? I bought it a few years ago because I really liked the idea of finding

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Leah

Crockpot Chili Creation

Last week I had no idea what to make for dinner. I pulled out my crockpot and a frozen package of beef stew meat chunks.

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Leah

Hamantashen: A Purim Treat

Purim, one of the most loved Jewish holidays for kids, is coming up March 23. Purim tells the story of the courageous Queen Esther who saves

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Leah

Wordless Wednesday: Oreo Pudding Cake

Oreo Pudding Cake 1. Prepare a chocolate cake mix of your choice and bake it according to package directions. I used Betty Crocker Devil’s Food

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Leah

Gung Hay Fat Choy … Happy Chinese New Year!

One of my all-time favorite foods to indulge in is Chinese cuisine. Although I’m partial to this family-owned restaurant in the community I grew up,

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Leah

Chicken Croquettes

Chicken Croquettes is one of my favorite dinners. And because I first made it for Bryan on Christmas Eve many years ago when we were

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Leah

A Year in Cooking

Did you miss any of my recipes this year? Don’t worry — here’s a summary of what I cooked in 2011. The numbers in each

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Arts and Crafts
Leah

The House That Sugar Built

I finally saw Moneyball this week and it lived up to everything I hoped it would. This Aaron Sorkin-scribed baseball movie was amazing! However despite

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Leah

Peppermint Swirl Cupcakes

Be warned … I am on a baking spree and it will continue during my two-week vacation (starting now). I whipped up peppermint swirl cupcakes

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