Tag Archives: Seasonal

There Are More Than A Few Ways to Get Your Vitamin C from Oranges…

I’m just saying…..LOL!! Enjoy your day ūüôā

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Our Summer Garden Is Well Under Way

Warm weather has turned to rather hot weather here in Atlanta, allowing the basil, tomatoes, and herbs to gather strength and begin their season of growth. Even though I’m commuting to Orlando for a work project, the Hubby is being … Continue reading

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Beauty of the Winter Garden

Our Lenten¬†rose is¬†quite the story.¬†We used to live in an old 1920’s bungalow close to Downtown Atlanta. Around the corner was a really old park that we¬†in the neighborhood helped to clean of debris, trash and weeds. During one of … Continue reading

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Welcome To Spring In Atlanta

It’s officially Spring! Well, at least on the calendar….¬†Hope you enjoy¬†these first signs of life¬†from our patio garden. Seems funny that this will soon be a full-blown¬†hosta, shooting up stately green and white leaves, then tall stalks with dainty flowers … Continue reading

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A Baked Oatmeal Kinda Day

One burning question to contemplate: Why does the entire universe¬†go to the grocery for milk, eggs, and bread when the Weather Channel predicts ice and snow? Is everyone making french toast at the exact same time? Not us. We’re more … Continue reading

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Salmon Surprises

Whenever Whole Foods has in-season fresh, wild salmon on a special “One Day Only” Sale, be sure to count us in. What do we do? We get all excited, jump in the car, and buy a big slab of fish … Continue reading

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When One Word Says It All

Ah…Snow Days…remember how exciting those were as a child? Not so exciting now as an adult, as¬†you might have¬†heard about the happenings in Atlanta this past week – when¬†the entire¬†area (of 6.5 plus million people) shut down for business, roads … Continue reading

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Chocolate-Cinnamon Pear Loaf Cake

Talk about a stunner for dessert! This recipe, from BHG.com, takes the cake…catch that pun?…haha!……Quick, easy, and made with ingredients most of us keep on hand, your guests will thank you for this one. (And, hopefully, there will be leftovers … Continue reading

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Perfectly Colorful Holiday Salad

Roasted vegetables are a seasonal favorite around our house – especially fresh colorful beets. Thinking of the colors that we associate with the season, this red and green salad makes the perfect addition to your holiday table. This recipe is … Continue reading

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Could You Ever Get Tired of Eating Cookies?

Yesterday I continued down that seasonal path of baking cookies. Normally, cookies are not in my repertoire, since there are actual recipes that one must follow….I know….hard to improvise when baking. Yes, both recipes are a bit healthy – yet … Continue reading

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