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Pupcake – The Dog-friendly Cupcake for Celebrations!

First of all, “Happy Birthday” to this sweet little goof named Ava! Today she is 6 years old and enjoying a yummy homemade “pupcake”! It is super easy to make, as you dump several ingredients in a bowl and then pour into a cupcake tin to bake! A LittleBit of Background on Us: She came in my life almost 6 …

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Mama’s Hamburger Casserole

The Rundown This hamburger casserole has been a Sunday staple that my mom has cooked for us for years and years. It was something that the whole family could enjoy. Although this dish is very simple, it is nothing short of fabulous with its cheesy, potato-ey, beefy goodness.  Although this is a great dish to eat year round, we often …

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Classic Southern Tomato Pie

 A quintessential southern favorite is tomato pie. And man, do I love it! To be honest, my family never really made it growing up, and I never cared much about tomatoes at all. It wasn’t until years ago when I grew my first garden and had way more tomatoes at once that I knew what to do with, that I …

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Tomato Basil Soup

A recent cool front accompanied with an all day rain shower had me really craving something toasty and extra comforting. I knew I wanted soup, and originally considered making some sort of chicken noodle soup out of things in my pantry and fridge. Then suddenly, I’m staring down two forgotten cans of tomatoes, and it hits me – and just …

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ITALIAN ROASTED VEGGIES & QUINOA

I must start out by saying, truly, this turned out way, way better than expected. Conception As you have noticed from some of my posts, I am not one to waste food, or anything for that matter. I am just naturally the one to always clear her plate, donate clothes, food, etc., AND try my hardest to never let food …

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Blueberry Cobbler

Whoa, Nelly, do I love this sweet, Southern dessert! I could eat it for breakfast – with ice cream. 🙂 Did you know that cobbler apparently dates back to Colonial times? Settlers were accustomed to making a fancier “pudding” with fruit and breading, but didn’t have access all of the necessary cooking equipment and ingredients. So, instead they essentially dumped …