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Asian Pear Cobbler Dessert

Asian Pear Cobbler Dessert

Fall is here and it’s not just apple season – it’s Asian pear season! So go find some and make this Asian pear cobbler dessert. I promise it does not disappoint. Usually I make autumn desserts with apples, which are readily and abundantly available from many farms near us this time of year. But not… Continue Reading

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Hayride Hell: Fall Family Outings Gone Bad

Hayride Hell: Fall Family Outings Gone Bad

Aaaahh. It’s fall. A time for spiced lattes, sweaters, pumpkin patches, and apple pies. A season filled with outdoor activities for families – festivals, hayrides, apple picking, corn mazes, pumpkin patch visits. Glorious days in the golden sun of autumn, playing in the falling leaves and savoring the crisp air. Yep, fall is here and… Continue Reading

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He’s Back! Owen’s Quarterly Update {2 and 1/4}

He’s Back! Owen’s Quarterly Update {2 and 1/4}

Boy is my boy getting big! It’s been over three months since the last time I posted about Owen. I’ve missed writing about him and I bet you’ve missed reading about him (or maybe it’s just me and Richard that find him to be endlessly entertaining?). There’s so much to say about the past three… Continue Reading

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Roasted Squash and Chicken Stew

Roasted Squash and Chicken Stew

It’s October? Hello comfort food season! If you want a big old bowl of stew to start off the cold months ahead then this recipe is for you. Squash, chicken, apples, and tomatoes in one yummy roasted mixture. I came up with this recipe years ago and decided to make it again a few days… Continue Reading

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