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Remember yesterday, when I made homemade almond milk? Well, hopefully you remember yesterday. If you don’t, you may have some sort of memory problem. Might want to get that checked out by  a doctor or something. Anyhow, whenever I make any sort of nut milk, I always save the solids that are left behind...

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Let’s talk about almond milk! As you may or may not know, I don’t particularly care for plain milk. My tummy doesn’t particularly care for plain milk, either. Some people call it lactose intolerance, but I prefer the term “milk poisoning.” Oh, you better believe I consume my fair share of dairy products. Butter?...

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Are you in the market for a simple Passover dessert that actually tastes good? I remember every Seder we went to when I was little served those ultra-dry, hard as a rock macaroons that come in a can. Those things are dry, lifeless and basically a total bummer. The adults at the table would...

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It’s been nearly four (!) months since my favorite boy and I got hitched. I’ve gotten an overwhelming request to share all the intimate details from our wedding, so I’m launching a new series today: Wedding Wednesdays! Why a series? Great question! 1. There’s a lot of of details to talk about! We incorporated...

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Easter eggs! I honestly don’t even want to write any words for this post, because these eggs are so gorgeous. They speak for themselves, really. They are beautiful, unique, and 100% all-natural. No scary dyes or chemicals with polysyllabic names you can’t pronounce. I thought dyeing Easter eggs was fun as a kid. Now,...

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Yes. You read that title correctly. No, this is not some sort of belated April fool’s joke I’m playing on you. These are the real deal. The goodness of pulled pork and sweet, tangy bbq sauce meets a warm, yeasty cinnamon roll. It might sound a little wrong, but I can assure you that...

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Yup. Try saying that three times fast! Today is Cocktail Friday: The Passover Edition! I’ve always had a soft spot for Manischewitz, the syrupy-sweet berry flavored wine that’s a staple at any Jewish holiday meal. I had my first taste at a Passover seder when I was about seven, and I’ve been smitten ever...