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April Morning Snow

April Morning Snow

It’s April 2, and it snowed for over an hour this morning.  The crocuses that were so vibrant yesterday are tightly closed today, and I feel that my creativity has shut down as well, leaving me vulnerable to distractions.  I started the morning washing dishes, and then vaguely thought I would like to bake something.  I started researching recipes that use lots of ginger, as I have too much fresh ginger by mistake.  (I left it on the shopping list, having forgotten I’d already restocked.)  I was thinking about triple ginger scones, but couldn’t settle on a recipe. From there...

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Make an Adorable Easter Basket with Personalized Gifts

Make an Adorable Easter Basket with Personalized Gifts

With spring here, Easter is right around the corner with its cute pastels, fun Easter egg hunts, and gorgeous gift baskets. This year, level up your celebrations on Easter morning with a personalized basket tailored to your family and friends’ specific interests. Whether you’re putting together Easter treats for baby’s first Easter, or need goodies and gift ideas for Mom this holiday, making one-of-a-kind Easter baskets is easiest with personalized gifts. Easter is a day filled with candy, chocolate, and loved ones as kids hunt for eggs and other Easter treats, while adults enjoy a nice brunch and hard-earned sweets....

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The Absolute Best Porcupine Meatballs

The Absolute Best Porcupine Meatballs

Soft & tender well-seasoned meatballs baked in a rich tomato sauce make this the perfect classic comfort food for family dinners. A multi-generation meatball recipe from my family to yours. When it comes to creating recipes, I much rather prefer to make foods that I grew up on and ones that I can connect with than the lastest insane trend out there. For me, food not only revolves around flavor but also around memories and moments in time. I’m a sentimentalist no doubt. Food, cooking/baking, and creating recipes have to have more than just an awesome taste. They have to...

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On this week’s episode, Stacy and Sarah discuss the toxins that are hidden (often through mislabeling) in personal care products

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On this week’s episode, Stacy and Sarah discuss the toxins that are hidden (often through mislabeling) in personal care products

Stacy breaks down ingredient lists and what to look for when making purchases and also shares information on how to advocate for transparency in the beauty industry. Enjoy! If you enjoy the show, please review it on iTunes! The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 395: Personal Care Toxins Welcome to episode 395 of The Paleo View! (0:40) It is opposite day again because Stacy has prepared a super detailed, science-backed, skincare follow up show. Sarah once again gets to be the comic relief. This episode is a follow up to the non-toxic skincare episode but will cover more than just skincare....

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These are the BEST vegan banana muffins, moist and fluffy with just the right banana flavor and a crunchy streusel topping

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These are the BEST vegan banana muffins, moist and fluffy with just the right banana flavor and a crunchy streusel topping

They’re irresistible! Here’s a vegan banana muffins recipe that will make everyone say, “Wow!” They’re fluffy and just sweet enough, with the perfect banana flavor. Even better, a streusel topping gives every bite a little crunch and extra touch of sweet. You’d really never know these are a vegan baked good, so they work for eaters of all diets! We served them to some friends and heard “best banana muffins” mumbled between bites. Here’s how to make them. Why to make these vegan banana muffins There are lots of vegan banana muffins recipes in the world, but this one is...

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