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Razor Clam Chowder

Razor Clam Chowder Recipe

Fall and winter are still prime seasons for razor clam digging in the Pacific Northwest. If you’re lucky enough to live in this region you may have easy access to the coastal beaches where clam digging is available, and in turn a really fun way to bring home buckets of razor clams for a warm

25 Paleo Dinner Recipes

25 Paleo Dinner Recipes

When people think Paleo, they typically think immediately of the hearty meat and vegetable dishes that are often talked about.  Here are 25 Paleo Dinner Recipes that prove you don’t have to eat only meat to stay on your diet.  With everything from salads, to stews to burgers and stir fry, this list has something

Cranberry Walnut Rotisserie Chicken Salad

Cranberry Walnut Rotisserie Chicken Salad Recipe

If you make rotisserie chicken a regular part of your menu but never know what to do with the leftovers after the first meal I have a delicious rotisserie chicken recipe for the next day that you will want to make every time. Cranberry Walnut Rotisserie Chicken Salad makes a perfect lunch or even a light

10 Amazing Swiss Chard Recipes

10 amazing swiss chard recipes

Swiss chard is one of those veggies that some people are a little hesitant to use. I don’t know why. It isn’t that difficult to cook and lends itself to many dishes quite easily. Plus, who can resist the rainbow of colors each Swiss chard’s stem has? It is actually quite easy to use. You

Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Are you tired of the same old vegetables for dinner? If peas, green beans, and corn seem to be the standard fair at your house, then it’s time to mix up your dinner a little by trying Brussels Sprouts. You have undoubtedly had Brussels Sprouts before. You may have loved them, but their is a chance you tried to find

How to Prepare and Eat Clover

How to prepare and eat clover

Do you love the sight of clover blossoms popping up in your yard? Clover blossoms come in all sorts of colors from soft pink, to purple, to white and are quite pleasing to the eye. But did you know they can be pleasing to the palette too? Take a look below at how to prepare

10 Kid Friendly Muffin Recipes

10 kid friendly muffin recipes

Muffins are one of my absolute favorite things to bake. For someone like me who is not really what I would consider a very good baker, muffins seen to really impress me and restore my faith in the fact that maybe I can bake some things. It’s probably because they are what is considered quick

Homemade Sour Cream and Onion Crackers

Sour Cream and Onion Crackers Recipe

Homemade crackers are really simple to make and don’t require anything more than just a few basic ingredients. From there you can add just about anything to flavor them to your liking. These Homemade Sour Cream and Onion Crackers are an easy snack to take on-the-go, are a crunchy complement to soups, and are enjoyed

Shamrock Sugar Cookies for St. Patrick’s Day

Sugar Cookies for St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day has always been one of my favorite holidays to celebrate.  I suppose it being my birthday has a lot to do with that but I have always enjoyed seeing how much fun everyone has with this special day.  This year we are celebrating by making Shamrock Sugar Cookies for St. Patrick’s Day.

10 Delicious Kale Recipes

10 delicious kale recipes

Kale is a great vegetable as you probably already know if you are reading this. Kale is great vegetable to grow in cold weather and can be started in very early spring and again in the fall. Here are tips for growing kale. Kale is also in season for purchasing this time of year.. This means you