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Dana Zucker

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in Good Eats, Home, On the Menu, Recipes

25 Non-Boring Egg Recipes to Enjoy All Day

EGGS…one of my most favorite topics these days. Chicken eggs, ducks eggs, guinea fowl eggs, any kind of eggs. They are so delicious, provide you with so much nutrition, and are so versatile and so pretty! Most people think of eggs as a breakfast food, but they don’t get very creative in their preparation. We tend to stick with the tried and true scrambled or…

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Favorite Online Shopping Sites for Splurges Today and Beyond

I do have a few online shopping sites for splurges that I am super excited about. By splurges, I’m not referring to over-the-top, expensive items. Splurges are brands we love, but only order from infrequently when we feel the need to treat ourselves. We just happen to be ordering a little more during quarantine. For instance, we are not eating out like we usually do,…

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Favorite Online Shopping Sites for Gifts Today and Beyond

Who doesn’t love getting gifts? And with the current COVID 19 tragedy and staying at home so much, we could all use anything to cheer us up. This means gifts are more important than ever. Plus, we still have birthdays, anniversaries, graduations…to celebrate. Hopefully, you read our favorite online shopping sites for basics. Now, we’re back with our favorite sites for gifts.  I love to…

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Favorite Online Shopping Sites for Basics Today and Beyond

We’re told to shelter in place. We’re told to limit our time at the market. And we’re told you can find what you need. Well, honestly, long before shelter in place became a thing, we had our favorite online shopping sites for basics for a few reasons. First, we live in the country. This means our choices are limited and the distance we have to…

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25 Easy Homemade Bread Recipes Your Family Will Love

Making bread is one of those things you either do or you don’t. I have been making bread forever. I love the taste, variety, ability to make a loaf with ingredients I want, and it saves a lot of money. In addition, to me, there is something very peaceful about the process. But many people are intimidated by making their own bread. Are you one…

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in Kids & Family, That's Life

How to Survive Quarantining With Adult Children

Quarantining with adult children…Who ever thought you’d have to use those words in daily life? But this pandemic has turned the world upside down and so, we find ourselves under strange living arrangements. Somehow our family is learning how to make it work. It’s not a picnic everyday, but we’re surviving quite well. So, I thought I’d share what we’re doing in case you need…

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Easy and Delicious Ravioli Recipe

Having an easy and delicious ravioli recipe can do a lot to brighten up these long boring days. Dinner does not have to be the same old, same old. It can be easy, fast and  delicious. We keep a few staples in the freezer for nights when  we want something everyone will love. Keeping items like all natural pre-cooked sausage and organic ravioli in the…

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in Gift Guide, Home, Kids & Family

6 Last Minute Mother’s Day Gifts Mom Will Love

Are you scrambling for last minute Mother’s Day gifts that work during a pandemic? We probably aren’t going out to a fancy brunch, taking mom on a trip or visiting the spa together. However, we can still make sure Mom feels special! We all live busy busy lives and often birthdays and holidays just sneak up on us. We all love Mom, but often life…

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8 Tips for Spring Cleaning for Travelers

Spring cleaning for travelers means something different in the age of the Coronavirus! Cleaning your luggage and travel accessories becomes mandatory! This year, even the idea of traveling has many generally calm people feeling anxious, worried and downright scared. FYI:  The virus can live on surfaces for a few hours or up to several days. This varies under different conditions (e.g. type of surface, temperature or humidity…

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Hearty Soup and Pasta Recipes to Keep You Warm in Winter

Do you need some new soup or sauce recipes? Looking for a different dish to warm you up on a cold night? Or perhaps you’re searching for that hearty, healthy meal that works for everyone. Well, there may be nothing better on a cold winter day than a bowl of hot soupy pasta. Stuffed with lots of vegetables, well-seasoned broth, and any kind of meat…

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