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Turkey & Cheese Melts ((It’s what’s for dinner))

Sounds sim­ple right? Turkey & Cheese melt­ed on some­thing. Oh but trust me, they are a plea­sure — both to eat & to make. Busy sum­mer nights are tricky for sit down fam­i­ly din­ners. If it isn’t because of game time at the ball field, or the fish­ing pond call­ing, then it’s the yard that needs to be de-jun­gled.

Let’s face it, there are a thou­sand things pulling our fam­i­lies away from the table. That lit­tle state­ment could eas­i­ly shove a soap­box under my  Con­tin­ue read­ing

Need an Idea for Turkey Leftovers?? ((Turkey & Bacon filled Puff Pastry Cups))

The oth­er day, I slow-roast­ed a turkey breast with the sin­gle goal of hav­ing enough left­overs to try out a “turkey left­over recipe”. I have been day­dream­ing about left­over recipes for a few weeks. Is that weird? Prob­a­bly, but that is just what I do.

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Turkey & Potato Chili Verde

Ahh, I love the change in sea­sons! I love the cold, I love gray skies, I love hear­ing the wind whis­tle through the trees and I love the pos­si­bil­i­ty of snow!! I am sure many will dis­agree, but I LOVE it when weath­er shuts down the hus­tle of the out­side world! My heart flut­ters a bit faster just recall­ing those days the kids and I bun­dle up, drink warm marsh­mal­lowy things and watch hol­i­day movies all day long. 

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Pasta-less Lasagna Rolls ((so tasty, you won’t even miss the pasta!!))

Have I men­tioned the sta­tus of my rain­bow chard late­ly?? I am amazed, these plants are flour­ish­ing!  They are huge, healthy, hap­py & gor­geous. Over the last sev­er­al years, I have begun inte­grat­ing edi­ble plants into my flower beds, I am start­ing a new trend — edi­ble orna­men­tal gar­den­ing. It pleas­es me deep in my soul. Vis­i­tors are often ques­tion­ing, what is that — It’s gor­geous!? When I tell them it’s edi­ble they are always sur­prised. I pro­ceed to walk them around all of the beds, point­ing out all of the edi­ble treats I have tucked and nes­tled among my trees & flow­ers. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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