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Eat Well Wednesday: Broccoli, Ham & Cheese Quiche

broccoli ham & cheese quiche #festfoods

With Easter right around the corner, I have eggs on the brain. Of course, we always think of eggs around Easter because kids are coloring and decorating them for their baskets. Another great way to use eggs this time of year is to make a tasty main dish for brunch! Eggs are

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Eat Well Wednesday: Roasted Red Potato & Vegetable Medley

Roasted Red Potato & Vegetable Medley #festfoods

With grilling season just around the corner, our minds tend to get focused on the center of the dinner plate- grilled steaks, chicken breasts, salmon, and the list goes on. If you find yourself in this situation and aren’t quite sure what to pair with your protein to add some color,

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Eat Well Wednesday: Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins # festfoods

Whether you’re looking for something a little sweet to add to the brunch menu or you’re in need of a mid-morning snack to hold you over until lunch, Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins are the answer to your dilemma! They’re also really convenient to have on hand for those busy mornings when you don’t

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Eat Well Wednesday: Penne with Chicken & Spring Vegetables

Penne with Chicken & Spring Vegetables #festfoods123

We’ve been lucky enough to get brief glimpses of spring’s arrival over the last couple weeks: temperatures are sneaking up into the 40’s, the giant snow banks are finally melting, and birds are starting to chirp in the trees once again. Each year when these signs of spring appear, I get

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Eat Well Wednesday: Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

Sweet Potato Shepherds Pie #festfoods

With St. Patrick’s Day this week, many households will be celebrating with Irish-inspired dishes like Shepherd’s Pie. However, most of us don’t think twice when we see ground beef on the ingredients list in place of lamb, one of the main ingredients originally used in this dish (hence the name, Shepherd’s Pie). So, because lamb

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Eat Well Wednesday: Citrus Pork Skillet Dinner

Citrus Pork Skillet Dinner #festfoods

Spring forward in time and at the dinner table! I don’t know about you, but I have had enough of cold weather and snow! So I have decided to abandon winter foods, and instead add some citrusy spring flavors to my skillet. With Festival’s boneless pork chops on sale this week it is

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Eat Well Wednesday: Creamy Pasta with Salmon, Asparagus and Dill

Creamy Pasta with Salmon Asparagus and Dill #festfoods

It’s the time of year when Friday Fish Frys are on the rise with their breaded perch and beer-battered cod. While Fish Frys are appealing, you can save money by making this healthier fish entrée at home, Creamy Pasta with Salmon, Asparagus and Dill. This quick recipe only takes

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Eat Well Wednesday: Homemade Fruit Leather

strawberryfruit leather #festfoods

When I was a kid, I loved fruit roll ups and fruit snacks. As I got older, I started to enjoy whole fruit even more. That’s why this recipe, for Strawberry Fruit Leather, is perfect for me and I think will be perfect for your family too. It combines a favorite childhood snack with the nutrition of fresh

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Eat Well Wednesday: Cheesy Mushroom-Baked Cod

 

Cheesy Mushroom Baked Cod #festfoods

If you are like me and simply can’t get enough of mushrooms, finding new ways to add them to delicious, yet easy to make recipes is always a delight! Not only do they taste great, but mushrooms are also a healthy addition to meals. They are packed with beneficial nutrients like potassium, selenium, vitamin D,

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Eat Well Wednesday: Broccoli Cheddar Twice Baked Potatoes

EWW1Have you ever tried to go out for dinner on Valentine’s Day only to realize that everyone else had the exact same idea, and nearly every restaurant is booked solid? Since it falls on a Friday this year, reservations are bound to be even harder to come by; so to prevent your Valentine’s Day from falling flat, stay home to enjoy a delightful Dinner for Two instead!

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