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How to Make A Month’s Worth of Chicken in Under 3 Hours, 10 Steps, and $100

Lately, I’ve gotten a lot of inquiries or concerns from friends who claim that eating healthfully is too difficult, too time-consuming, too costly. While I know everyone has their own unique set of challenges they are dealing with at any … Continue reading

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Memories of the Pawpaws and an Autumn Apple Crisp

For me, this has been one of those perfect fall weekends where you don’t have to go anywhere.  You don’t have to do anything.  But there’s just enough of a chill in the air to make the cat curl up … Continue reading

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Roasted Acorn Squash – Two Ways

Fall is my favorite season. I’ve only lived in West Virginia for a short time, but one of the things I love about this state is that it does not mess around when it comes to fall. Absolutely gorgeous foliage combined … Continue reading

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Yay for Yak!

I just had one of the best steaks of my life! Even better, my kids and husband agree. The steaks were so buttery soft that my 7-year-old did not need me to cut her meat for her. There were no … Continue reading

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Kale Chips, How I Love Thee

Hello out there, Wild Rampians!  (I don’t know that we have a name for those of us who patronize the Wild Ramp, but Rampians has a very regal tone to it, so I think we’ll go with it for now.) … Continue reading

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Kid- Friendly Zucchini Sticks

This is such an amazing time for garden produce.  The vegetables are abundant.  Getting kids to eat cucumbers, corn, tomatoes and watermelon are relatively easy.  But what about squash and zucchini?  My kids love zucchini chips, but making them every-single-week gets … Continue reading

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The Easiest Snack – Homemade Granola Bars

It’s time for another amazing recipe courtesy of products from the Wild Ramp. This week’s recipe features Crumbs Bakery, Honey Cinnamon Granola. This granola has been featured at numerous cooking classes at Huntington’s Kitchen and is always a hit with … Continue reading

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Herb and Vegetable Quiche Recipe

I couldn’t resist sharing one of my favorite recipes from the Healthy Kids Inc online meal planner- Herb & Vegetable Quiche.  I use this as a go-to for breakfast, brunch, and lunch.   This week I made it with local … Continue reading

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