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Homemade Paneer
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Homemade Paneer

I absolutely adore paneer (Indian cheese that is light and resembles mozzarella cheese. This is made in Indian homes and added to several recipes. I can’t seem to get enough of paneer!! Most people think that it is difficult to make cheese but it is beyond easy. Ingredients 8 1/2 cups whole milk 4 tablespoons … Continue reading

Coconut Lace Cookies with Berries
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Coconut Lace Cookies with Berries

This cookie is so simple to make, it is so elegant and has a great crisp and light flavor. I have to say, it is pretty amazing. Cookie Ingredients 1/2 cup sifted almond flour 1/2 cup coconut flour 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut flakes 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/8 tsp nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon baking powder Pinch of … Continue reading

Easter Basket Ideas
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Easter Basket Ideas

Are you ready for Easter?? If not, I have some easy ideas that will help you throw together your kids baskets in a matter of minutes. Here are some ideas to please just about anyone. Here are a few basket ideas for your kids: movie passes amusement park passes chocolate (of course) iTunes gift cards … Continue reading

Cooking 101: The Perfect Boiled Egg
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Cooking 101: The Perfect Boiled Egg

I love keeping hard boiled eggs around they house as a quick breakfast or a snack when I am on the run. I know it is one of the most basic recipes but coking it properly really makes a world of difference. Directions Eggs should be added to a heavy-bottomed pot and filled with cold … Continue reading

Easter Table Centerpieces
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Easter Table Centerpieces

I love creating an amazing atmosphere for holiday dining tables. I love to go all out but never spend more than $10. Use everything you have in your house. My philosophy is that I rather spend more money on the meal and serving dishes that wow than have a pretty table. Who eats napkins or … Continue reading

Honey Glazed Easter Ham
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Honey Glazed Easter Ham

This has to be my favorite thing in the whole wide world. A huge ham with hints of spice and tons of sweetness is the perfect meal to welcome family and friends to your home. I like to pair this dish with some vegetables that have a bit of a kick, you don’t want everything … Continue reading

Cooking 101: The Perfect Cup of Coffee
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Cooking 101: The Perfect Cup of Coffee

I am a coffee addict. This just happened recently and I wanted to share how to brew a perfect cup of coffee. I know that it sounds simple: add the coffee grounds, boiling water and tada, you have coffee. No, there is actually way more to it than that! 1.) I can’t emphasize enough the … Continue reading