Cashew Milk Custard

Homemade Cashew Milk Custard

Are you a fan of custard or pudding? Do you make your own or are you more apt to grab the box of instant on the store shelf out of fear that making the homemade version would be too hard? I would fall somewhere in the middle; especially when it comes to custard. I was asked… 

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touchstone crystal ear studs

Add Sparkle to Your Holiday Baking with #Touchstonecrystal

  After working hard putting together the very first Eat Picks Holiday Gift Guide, it has been wonderful receiving all the positive feedback! We love that YOU love it so much! Thank you. Everything in the guide is something I have personally used, read or worn- with exception of the clutch- that one is on… 

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perfect creamy risotto eatpicks

Perfect Creamy Risotto for #WeekdaySupper

When asked to come up with a recipe using Perdue Signature Chicken Stock for #WeekdaySupper I knew exactly which dish I wanted to try. In my recipe box, I have the perfect creamy risotto that would make your Italian grandmother throw her spoon to the side and smile ear to ear. No more hours of… 

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peanut butter fudge eatpicks

Holiday Entertaining Must Include Peanut Butter Fudge

This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. When I’m preparing holiday recipes, it goes without saying that my peanut butter fudge must be on the table while entertaining. I probably make at least three batches, maybe more in the few weeks before Christmas. It makes the… 

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2014 Holiday Guide eatpicks collage

2014 Eatpicks Holiday Guide

Welcome to our very first ever Eatpicks Holiday Gift Guide!! There were so many wonderful items to choose and I wanted to share ALL THE THINGS with you, but then the list would be out of control. So, I narrowed down what I liked best and believe any or all of the following will help… 

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cherry hand pies

Easy Cherry Hand Pies Using Only 2 Ingredients

The holidays are just around the corner and menu planning is in full force. Everything from turkey, stuffing, potatoes and in our house the Italian tradition of lasagna will grace the table to enjoy while sharing memories with family near and far. Thanksgiving is the one holiday that stands out as the “pie smorgasbord”. When… 

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AYA Summit Clemantine Wamariya

Your Voice Matters | #AYASummit Storytellers

Today is Food For Thought Friday and I am sharing a recap of the first day at the AYA Summit. This is a long post, but I do hope you read it anyway. As I sat in Google Headquarters in Washington DC attending the inaugural meeting of ONE.org’s AYA Summit, surrounded by women & men… 

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coffee chocolate brownies

Coffee Chocolate Brownies

Today I need something chocolate. I will be perfectly clear, it’s not a want; it’s a need. It is a taste I’ve had on my tongue for days and before I plummet into the just-one-piece-rabbit hole of leftover Halloween candy, I better get my baking act together and make it happen. So, browsing through my… 

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apple cider donut Riverview Orchard

Wordless Wednesday| Apple Cider Doughnut Style

Last month, the Today Show was doing their take on #100days of Happy. On the last day, they asked for submissions for what makes you happy. The day before, I had been to my favorite local orchard, Riverview Orchards and grabbed a dozen of fresh hot apple cider doughnuts. And this is the tweet that I… 

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