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Juicing Can Be Fun: Cran-Orange Gingertini Recipe

Posted by , November 9th, 2014

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard of juicing–you know, the process of squeezing or crushing fruits and vegetables to extract their juice. So often we hear the word “juicing” and we think of a glass of sad, murky sludge that doesn’t hold much appeal (or taste for that matter), but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Read More »


Lighten Up The Holidays: Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Lemon

Posted by , January 1st, 2014

So often during the holidays meat takes center stage on the dinner table–glistening glazed hams, brined turkeys, legs of lamb and the like–while side dishes are relegated to serving as sideline dishes. Read More »


Holiday Bark (Shown: Heath Chocolate)

Posted by , December 21st, 2011

I love to bake. It is one of my favorite things to do. At one point in time, I was baking two loaves of sandwich bread a week for my husband. Love. To. Bake.

As you can imagine, this time of year, become incredibly excited to spend as much time putting together sweet creations, while trying my best not to eat the batter before it goes into the oven. Read More »


From My Family to Yours: Kielbasa, Bell Peppers, and Onions

Posted by , June 1st, 2011

“ Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” George Burns

It is no secret: you can’t pick your family members. No sir! It is like the wise man once said, “you can pick your friends and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friends’…” well, you get the picture. The same goes with family! Read More »


Moroccan Beef Tagine with Honey, Apple and Butternut Squash

Posted by , April 29th, 2011

I recently received a gift card from ShopRite to do some holiday grocery shopping, and discovered that ShopRite had a huge selection of Kosher meats that were perfect for Passover. I picked up a cut of Kosher pot roast, that looked to be perfect for cooking for a holiday meal. I decided to use it in preparing a moroccan beef tagine, a lovely, cinnamon and fruit flavored Moroccan dish that is named after the type of pot it is traditionally cooked in. Read More »


Holiday Favorite: Spinach Pie

Posted by , April 25th, 2011

This month, ShopRite Potluck Bloggers have been asked to share some of our favorite holiday recipes.  I do have a few recipes that I have to make every year for Passover, but the one I am going to share with you is Spinach Pie. In our family, we tend to use the same menu for each holiday throughout the year – we are very big on tradition when it comes to food around the holidays.  Something about knowing exactly what will be served and the person who is making it … well, it just makes it special. Read More »

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