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[6 Oct 2009 | One Comment | ]
Turmeric Powder and a Little Subversion

Guest post by Laurelle Johnson

My daughters are allergic to anything “mom” says or tries to impose when it comes to their health. So the idea of taking vitamins, eating more fruits and veggies and laying off MY coffee in the morning is met with a resounding “NO!” Feels like the terrible two’s all over again.

Subversion is the only tool left to me to insure their continued health.

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[16 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]
Labor Day Brunch

Guest post by Author and Cookbook Writer Sally Sampson
This year, instead of having a typical labor day BBQ, serve brunch instead. It’s easier, you‘ll get to spend more time with your guests and since it mostly consists of eggs and potatoes, you’ll save a bundle! Plus most of it can be prepared the day before!
All Recipes from
Warehouse to Your House.
Scrambled Eggs with Indian Spices and Spinach
This is the kind of recipe that either sounds out of this world in an intriguing delicious way or a weird, not so good way. …

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[18 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]
Summer Cocktails

Summer Mojito Cocktails
Guest post by Author and Cookbook Writer Sally Sampson
Warehouse to Your House.
I am anything but a drinker but if I were ever to become one, this would certainly be my summer drink.
Best described as sparkling mint limeade with rum, this classic Cuban cocktail is crying out for interpretation- although I have to admit some versions are way too whacky for my taste. Mine has more lime and mint than the standard fare. It’s a flavor combination I particularly love and I have an endless supply of mint growing …

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[16 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
July Fourth Picnic

July Fourth Picnic
Guest post by Author and Cookbook Writer Sally Sampson

It’s hard to imagine that after signing The Declaration of Independence, the fifty six lawyers, jurists, merchants, plantation owners, teachers, musicians and printers sat down together and polished off a homespun picnic.  No, instead they went back to their homes, their wives and their children and, in some cases, lost all that they owned, having risked their lives and fortunes to the cause of liberty.
But like most American holidays, time has turned this event into an eating extravaganza. For most …

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[26 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Father’s Day Dinner

Guest post by Sally Sampson – Author, Cookbook Writer, Mother
Father’s Day arrived just a few weeks after my husband and I separated. I wasn’t quite ready to cut the strings as far as my children were concerned so I invited him over for a Father’s Day dinner with his favorite foods. I planned on grilling and as luck would have it, there was a torrential downpour. I schlepped the extra grill, a small Smokey Joe, to the floor of the covered front porch and squatted down so that I was …

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