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How to Make Homemade Pasta

One of my absolute favorite dishes has to be homemade spaghetti with a chunky meat sauce. My mother has the best recipe that I have adapted and use countless times to feed my family, week by week. We love pasta so much ... so, I knew it was time to teach myself how to make it. Not only is it super cheap to make pasta from scratch, but I get to save $3 because I no longer have to purchase pasta noodles at the grocery store.  While we are still in quarantine and staying away from large crowds, what better time to learn a timeless skill of pasta making. Don't fret, this recipe DOES NOT INCLUDE A PASTA MACHINE. Just...

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Party Hack: How to Build a Grazing Board

For some time now, grazing tables and grazing boards have become ALL the rage. The beautiful arrangement of fruits, different varieties of cheeses, sweet confections and even all veggie or plant-based boards, have inspired foodies to start creating their own culinary masterpieces! And of course, I wanted to provide my top 5 tips on how to build a delicious grazing board/table that your guests will absolutely love and enjoy eating. First things first, you need a good quality charcuterie (meat & cheese board) board that is food-safe. Your board doesn’t have to be super fancy or expensive, but it should match the themed event you are building your board for. Personally, I have done grazing boards on wooden & marble surfaces so...

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Homemade Ranch Dressing

Cooking and food preparation have taken on a brand new meaning for me in the past year. It's more than making homemade food, but making homemade condiments are about to be my favorite foodie ritual. And in my home, one of the most sacred of them all is [you've probably guessed it] ranch dressing, bonus points when the ranch has been homemade. So, I've decided to add my twist to our classic favorite.  This is the easiest dressing you will ever make! Also, if you enjoy an herby ranch dressing, then this may be one of your favorite recipes. And for those who like their ranch less herby, then cut my 1 teaspoon measurements into 1/2 teaspoon measurement. Either way,...

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Ramen Noodle Bar

Cozy, cute weekend meals are some of my favorites to make! And it just so happens to be one that I am sharing with you. Truly reminiscent of childhood, ramen noodles were never fancy meals to eat. It was a quick snack you made when you were waiting on your mom to make an amazing, succulent meal. Silver packet in hand, you would tear that sucker up and dump it out into your soupy noodle bowl and stir for dear life, ensuring that every noodle is seasoned to perfection. Now, I am creating ramen dishes that I could never imagine eating. If you ever find yourself craving a huge bowl of soupy, ramen noodles then this is the recipe you will be running...

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Super-Easy Skillet Peach Cobbler

  If you love a delicious, homemade peach cobbler, then this is the recipe for you! Not only is it easy, but it is the best piece of food heaven you can make.  This delicious recipe is made with canned peaches and my favorite dessert spices, cinnamon and nutmeg. Not only are you getting deliciously baked peaches, but this dessert is accompanied with a chewy, crisp and caramelized crust that you won't be able to resist.  Now that we are craving a hunking slice of peach cobbler, make sure that you have your favorite vanilla ice cream in the freezer. Let's get into this delicious recipe!    Ingredients  Filling 2 cans of peaches (in heavy syrup) 1 whole lemon (juiced...

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