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ANGRY BIRDS

| June 1, 2012
ANGRY BIRDS

A fun way to enjoy water melon!

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No-Fuss DESSERTS

| May 1, 2012
No-Fuss DESSERTS

Are you hungry for a sweet treat but don’t have the time or energy to create something from scratch? These no-fuss dessert recipes are sure to delight. Start with convenient ingredients, such as Sara Lee Pound Cake, and make a few easy enhancements. In no time, you can put together an Easy Trifle, or with […]

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A Tisket, A Tasket A Cupcake Easter Basket

| April 1, 2012
A Tisket, A Tasket A Cupcake Easter Basket

Go beyond store-bought marshmallow chicks and chocolate rabbits this year. Perfect for some-bunny special – or as a dessert to brighten any holiday table – A Tisket, A Tasket, A Cupcake Easter Basket cupcakes prove that it can be a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket. “These cupcakes look impressive,” says […]

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Sweet Simplicity

| April 1, 2012
Sweet Simplicity

As much fun as it is to make fancy treats, sometimes simple really is better. This Easter, keep things sweet and simple when it comes to making desserts. These Easter Egg Treats are a fun twist on marshmallow crispy bars — the kids can help shape the eggs and sprinkle them with pretty toppings. It […]

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Go Bananas Diet Catching On

| January 1, 2012
Go Bananas Diet Catching On

Two years ago, Japanese supermarkets couldn’t keep bananas on the shelves after a man revealed the secret of his weight-loss success on a leading social network. Now a healthier version of his diet is catching on in America, thanks to the fruit and nutrition experts at Dole. The Go Bananas 2-A-Day Challenge was originally created […]

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The Family Holiday Dinner

| December 1, 2011
The Family Holiday Dinner

Keep the main course simple with a no-fuss roast. Make a splash with a festive salad featuring creamy and elegant Cashel Blue Irish farmhouse cheese. Serve on your best china. Pear, Roast Onion, Hazelnut and Cashel Blue Cheese Salad 1….red onion, peeled …..Olive oil …..Salt and pepper 3….pears (not too ripe) 2….tablespoons Kerrygold Unsalted Irish […]

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––– picture-perfect ––– Pumpkin Pies!

| November 1, 2011
–––  picture-perfect  –––  Pumpkin Pies!

By Jenny Harper It’s true — the kitchen is the heart of the home. Ever notice how people always gather there? The kitchen is my favorite place to be. Since my day job is Consumer Test Kitchen Project Manager for the Nestlé Test Kitchens, I love to stir things up. This is especially true at […]

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Autumn Delights

| October 1, 2011
Autumn Delights

By Jenny Harper With autumn’s arrival, my cooking takes on a new personality. Crisp, cool air and falling leaves propel me into the kitchen, where I enjoy creating tempting, seasonal aromas of cinnamon, apple and butterscotch. These universally appealing flavors say “fall” like nothing else. And autumn-inspired treats help make fall memorable. During this colorful […]

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Spooktacular Halloween goodies

| October 1, 2011
Spooktacular Halloween goodies

By Jenny Harper Halloween! Every year the kid in me eagerly anticipates celebrating this festive autumn holiday. I enjoy conjuring up a ghostly good time for family and friends. Gather ghouls and boys for a Halloween spread of spooktacular goodies and graveyard fun: • Make it a BOO-fet, setting the table for serve-yourself ease. • […]

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Asparagus and Tomato Salad with Feta

| August 1, 2011

Asparagus and Tomato Salad with Feta

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Paws of Fames

| July 1, 2011
Paws of Fames

And the Winner is….Sheila! (Clancy Nelson)
2nd Place Tristan, Chance, Cheeky & Kira (Jennifer Pierce)
3rd Place Randy (Florangel Castillo)

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Have a Flag-Waving 4th of July!

| July 1, 2011
Have a Flag-Waving 4th of July!

This colorful cake adds sparkle to the celebration Potlucks are a popular way to celebrate just about anything — and July 4th is a great reason to get friends and neighbors together for a patriotic potluck. This fantastic flag cake serves a lot of people and it’s easy to make. Two little secrets make this […]

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Treat Dad Like Royalty on Father’s Day

| June 1, 2011
Treat Dad Like Royalty on Father’s Day

Give Him a Fathers Day Feast Fit for a King This Father’s Day, give Dad the royal treatment by creating a feast that combines his two favorite things — the grill and steak. Whether you serve the King Tenderloin with Red Velvet Demi Glace, the Duke of Sirloin with Pub Rub, the Count Strip Loin […]

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Mother’s Day Sunrise Surprise

| May 1, 2011
Mother’s Day Sunrise Surprise

Start Mother’s Day off right with a beautiful breakfast in bed. A pretty tray set with the good dishes and real linens, a fresh flower and some delicious food will put a smile on Mom’s face that will last all day. Golden Sunrise French Toast gets a  special boost with evaporated milk and a splash […]

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Sweet Simplicity Make these tasty, colorful treats in the microwave

| April 1, 2011
Sweet Simplicity Make these tasty, colorful treats in the microwave

As much fun as it is to make fancy treats, sometimes simple really is better. This Easter, keep things sweet and simple when it comes to making desserts. These Easter Egg Treats are a fun twist on marshmallow crispy bars — the kids can help shape the eggs and sprinkle them with pretty toppings. It […]

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Giftable Holiday Goodies

| November 1, 2010
Giftable Holiday Goodies

Homemade cookies and candy make delectable gifts Nothing spreads holiday cheer quite like sharing some homemade goodies with friends and neighbors. Creamy, chocolaty fudge is always a hit and it’s so easy to make. Cookies are great too. This recipe for lemon cookies has just the right amount of bright, lemony flavor that balances beautifully […]

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Fresh Ways to Enjoy Fresh Veggies

| August 1, 2010
Fresh Ways to Enjoy Fresh Veggies

Vegetables are an ideal canvas for a vast palette of sunny and internationally-inspired flavors, including fresh citrus juice, spices such as garlic and ginger, fresh herbs and pantry staples, like soy sauce and Swanson broth and stock. The experts at Campbell’s Kitchen have been hard at work creating a variety of versatile recipes that make […]

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New Ways to Enjoy Texas Grapefruits

| June 1, 2010

This sweet variety is sure to add a new twist to any recipe. We all know it is important to eat fruits and veggies, but just why is Texas citrus so healthy? The Texas grapefruit is fat free, cholesterol free, contains dietary fiber, is high in vitamins A and C and contains lycopene. The Rio […]

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