Cooking
Leah

Penne with Havarti and Kalamata Olives

Do I have a treat for you! I’m sharing one of my signature, tried-and-true dishes. This is the dinner I bring to my friends after

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Arts and Crafts
Leah

The Bitter and Sweet of Mother’s Day

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, the holiday to honor thy mother/spouse/sister/daughter. And while my Mother’s Day was nice, I’ve come to the conclusion that

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Family
Leah

Scene Around April

Around our garden… Our first sunflower of the season… The reason birds don’t frequent Sophie’s birdhouse… Backyard chalk drawing (in jammies)… Sophie wrote the letters herself.

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Food
Leah

The Dry Spell of Seasonal Candy

I hate to break it to you, but we’ve reached the end … the end of the holiday candy season. Yes, my friends, we are

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Cooking
Leah

Lemon Cream Pasta

In my quest to eat less meat (and still flavorful dinners), I’d like to introduce you to Lemon Cream Pasta. It’s just as it sounds

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Cooking
Leah

Soup and a Goat Cheese Tart, Anyone?

I have two great recipes for you — Butternut Squash and Apple Soup and a Goat Cheese Tart. It is true that butternut squash is traditionally eaten

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Cooking
Leah

Rolled Taco Goodness

I have a confession. I LOVE shredded beef rolled tacos (also known as taquitos). I’m talking about simple shredded beef and corn tortillas. They’re my

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Cooking
Leah

Southwest Turkey Burgers

It’s time for a recipe, don’t you think? Tonight I made an old stand-by meal and probably Bryan’s favorite dinner — Southwest Turkey Burgers. Or

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Cooking
Leah

Less Meat = Healthier Leah

Well, she’s done it again. … Oprah, that is. I know. I know. After the slight rant on Oprah I wrote not too long ago,

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