6 Recipes That’ll Up Your Brunch Game This Weekend

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By De and Kate

Our 20s felt full of self-discoveries. We unveiled passions, ditched habits, formed relationships, and naturally, came to truly know and appreciate a good weekend brunch. Though we still nostalgically reminisce on the simple Saturday mornings of childhood spent eating bowl after bowl of Frosted Flakes in our PJs, we like to think we’ve expanded our palate to now include bigger, better, and more delicious recipes. Continue reading

10 Super Bowl Worthy Sides

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By De and Kate

Super Bowl weekend is upon us, and even if you’re not a football fan, the delicious food, celebratory drinks, $5 million commercials, and halftime entertainment accompanying the game are reason enough to join in the festivities.

Whether you’re heading to a party, hosting one of your own, or simply breaking out your favorite pair of sweatpants and watching solo, we’ve rounded up 10 recipes to keep you nourished as you root for your favorite team/enjoy the close-up of Tom Brady’s booty on your 55-inch flat screen – whatever floats your boat! Continue reading

10 Soup Recipes To Keep You Warm All Winter

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By De & Kate

With winter in full swing, we’re often craving something hot to satisfy our appetites and nourish our bodies. While we have our tried and true go-to dishes that we make year after year, we’re always on the lookout for new recipes to add to our seasonal menus. Enter the MVP for the coldest months of the year: Soup!

These 10 delicious recipes are perfect way to warm up on the chilliest of evenings: Continue reading

10 Cookie Recipes to Have the Most Delicious Holiday Season

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By De & Kate

We’re officially in the throes of the holidays, and we’re just days away from Christmas AND Hanukkah (or Chrismukkah if you will). If you’re anything like us, you know that the best part about the holidays are the endless amount of desserts that you can make. So with that, we’re rounding up some of the most delicious cookie recipes on the Internet (and trust us, there’s a LOT). Just a note – your mouths will be watering after reading these. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Continue reading

10 Slow Cooker Meals To Make This December

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By De and Kate

December is one of our favorite months for so many reasons. It’s festively marked by holiday parties, shopping, baking, and decorating galore. We love the celebratory buzz of the season and are happy to partake in all the traditions that make this time of the year oh so wonderful.

That being said, we’re always searching for ways to take advantage of the precious free time we do have between our various mix of commitments. For days that we crave a home cooked meal without the all-consuming prep work to accompany it, we look to our crockpots. Here are 10 of our favorite vegetarian friendly go-to slow cooker recipes: Continue reading

10 DIY Foods To Eat While You Binge-Watch “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”

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By De and Kate

It’s here, it’s here, it’s finally here! After months of waiting, the Netflix reboot of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is finally here.  We’re not sure about you, but our plans today are pretty much – get into comfy clothes and binge-watch. Oh, and eat. Because if there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that no Gilmore Girls viewing party is complete without a fabulous array of snacks. With that, here are 10 recipes that will inspire you to have the best Gilmore Girls binge session possible: Continue reading

On Navigating The Post-Election Thanksgiving of 2016

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By Mary Van de Graaf

Like nearly everyone else on the planet, I’ve spent the past week thinking long and hard about this election, going through every single emotion, trying to make sense of what happened, while simultaneously mourning the loss of all that could have been. I’ve been thinking about the deep discontentment and alarming hatred in this country that brought us to where we now stand, and how we can possibly start to mend the divide. I’ve gone through the very troubling reasons why our country couldn’t get behind Hillary Clinton, behind a woman, behind someone who was so qualified, so smart, dedicated, and so equipped to lead. I’ve thought about what we are supposed to tell our children, whether this electoral college petition thing could actually get Hillary in office (probably not), and of course, what we do now. Continue reading