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Om Nom Cut The Rope Cake Pops

Om Nom Cut The Rope Cake Pop – Make Them!

  My son is obsessed with Om Nom, the endearing little green guy from “Cut The Rope“.  So, when we needed to …

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Marshmallow Pops With Chocolate and Heart Sprinkles

World’s Easiest Homemade Treat – Marshmallow Pops!

Have you ever needed to make a homemade treat, but just haven’t had the time or energy to turn on the oven, …

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Crispy Oven Baked French Fries

  For years, I have been trying to make French fries in the oven.  And, for years, I have been making making …

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Around the World in 52 Weeks – Kenya

We took our journey to Kenya last year, but it has taken me a ridiculously long time to actually write this post. …

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Around The World in 52 Weeks – Japan

Yes, I realize it has been more than 52 weeks since we started this project, but we (being Deirdre, Jonah, and myself) …

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Cross Section of Our Super-Squash

Mystery Solved! And More Pumpkin News…

Many thanks to my aunt, Carole Hamilton, for solving the mystery of the feral squash.  As it turns out, I was on …

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Mystery Squash

Name That Squash

If you read my Feral Pumpkin post, you know that I was convinced that I had giant pumpkins growing out of my …

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Twenty Five Feet of Pumpkin Vines

Taming The Feral Pumpkin

Since I was laid up for a good part of the spring with Lyme Disease, I really didn’t put that much effort …

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Around the World in 52 Weeks – India

Since we spent the weekend in NYC, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to eat authentic Indian food on 5th Street in …

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Eating our Home Made Ice Cream

Homemade Ice Cream – It Really Works!

Did you know you can make tasty homemade ice cream using plastic ziploc bags, soy milk, sugar, salt and ice?  Whether you …

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