Cooking
Leah

Savannah Smiles Lemon Cheesecake

I may have mentioned before that Sophie is now a Girl Scout and is selling cookies for the first time. While she did reach her

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Holidays and Seasons
Leah

A Bounty of Pumpkin Desserts

This post originally ran in September 2013. But in the spirit of pumpkin and full, I’m sharing it again for new readers and those of

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Cooking
Leah

Chicken Two Ways — It’s What’s For Dinner

We eat a lot of chicken in this house. I’m constantly pinning new chicken recipes to get some cooking inspiration, as well as going back

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Books/Reading
Leah

Snapshots: Thinking, Reading, Doing, Snapping and Eating (November)

The days are escaping me! Every day I tell myself I’m going to sit down and write on my blog. But then life happens —

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Cooking
Leah

Stuffed Peppers: The Perfect Summer Dish

I’ll be honest with you; I’ve never cared for green peppers. There’s just something about their taste and smell that doesn’t sit right with me.

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Cooking
Leah

A Month of October Dinners

So I’ve been a bit lazy with my meal planning over the last few months. I used to be great about choosing all the dinners

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Food
Leah

‘Tis the Season for Apple Honey Cake

Last week I made a honey apple cake from The Shiksa in the Kitchen as part of our Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) celebration. I’ve always

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Cooking
Leah

The Most Amazing Chocolate Chip Cookies

You may not know this about me, but I am very picky when it comes to chocolate chip cookies. To me, the perfect cookie is

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Family
Leah

A Sweet Passover Topped with Chocolate Toffee Matzah

Sundown Monday brought the Jewish holiday of Passover, which re-tells the story of Exodus, the Jews enslavement in Egypt and their journey to freedom. This year’s festivities

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