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Pork Tenderloin with Crimini Mushrooms and Port Sauce by FamilySpice.com

Pork Tenderloin with Crimini Mushrooms and Port Sauce

Why is it that I never quite feel motivated to keep with my resolutions every January to stay healthy and exercise? Probably because it is cold and I have a rotation of kids home sick for a variety of ailments. This year was no different. Even worse as I was home sick with a variety […]

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Asian Fusion Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Tacos

The kids this week are enjoying their Spring Break. Of course, I use the term “enjoying” very loosely. It certainly isn’t as exciting as their last break back in February, where the hubby and I threw caution (and our wallets) into the wind and whisked the family to the Big Island of Hawaii. I warned […]

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Tons of Leftover Pulled Pork Recipes

My family loves pulled pork. It’s a staple in our menu because it’s delicious and  so easy to make in the slow cooker. It is also not a tedious meal because you can add any flavors you want to the sauce. When in a pinch, I go simple with store-bought bbq sauce. But when I’m […]

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Lemon Recipes to Make You Smile!

I’m taking a break from my orange madness to talk about another favorite citrus fruit: The Lemon. Lemons are coveted and loved in my family. You see, my husband, is a lemon lover. He puts it in EVERYTHING, even eggs. His family loves sour foods. And two out of three of my kids, have followed […]

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Orange Barbecue Pulled-Pork Sandwiches

I’m down to the last giant bag of oranges from our visit to the orange grove. I’m feeling a little sad. My family and I have really enjoyed the freshly squeezed orange juice every day. And I’ve enjoyed baking and cooking with the oranges and trying them in everything. It’s to the point where no […]

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Slow Food USA’s $5 Food Challenge: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Slow Food USA’s $5 Food Challenge: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches

If you haven’t heard, there was a foodie challenge this weekend. Slow Food USA challenged foodies to make a home-cooked meal that would cost $5/person or less. Over 30,000 people all over the country participated in this fabulous challenge. The premise is to show that you can make delicious, nutritious and healthy meals for your […]

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What Do You Do When A Foodie Can’t Eat?

What Do You Do When A Foodie Can’t Eat?

It’s funny, but this subject came up during Camp Blogaway. Greg from Sippity Sup talked about when his mouth was wired shut and he couldn’t eat, what would he blog about? I didn’t think, listening to his story, that I would be facing a similar dilemma. No, my mouth isn’t wired shut. For the past […]

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Resolutions & A Pork Roast

Resolutions & A Pork Roast

It could be bronchitis. It could be whooping cough. It could be a sinus infection. This was the most ambiguous diagnosis I ever got! Or never got?? Whatever the case, I’m hoping this endless cough will disappear. Last night, the hubby and I kept each other up with the loving sounds of our hacking and […]

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Pork Milanese

Pork Milanese

Maybe it’s the summer bug, maybe I’m just tired, or maybe it’s just being a mom of three that I find myself dreading the dinner hour. It looms there in the morning when I wake up. “Laura, defrost some of that great meat that you bought on sale sitting in the freezer.” I always convince […]

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Daring Cooks: Brunswick Stew

Daring Cooks: Brunswick Stew

I always enjoy trying new things. That’s one of the reasons I joined the The Daring Cooks: to try recipes that I never would have dreamed of trying! And usually, it’s a complicated recipe, that requires skill and a lot of attention. Luckily, this month was easy, delicious and it didn’t hurt the wallet. The […]

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