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Colored Sugar

My daughter decided to make some sugar cookies. Great. Except that I had absolutely nothing left for decoration, but a couple of food coloring mini jars. This is really simple. Only one thing to remember: food coloring is a liquid that can 1) melt the sugar if there is too much of it 2) can […]

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Mango-Pineapple Smoothie

The daughter of some long-time friends of ours is getting married in two weeks, so I’ve caught up with her mom, who promptly selected some really cute Indian outfit that I can wear for the party. Outfit from my friend (top, pants, stole), Bangles from Michaels ($2.99 for a set of 4) Purse and shoes […]

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Strawberry Shortcakes

First day of summer vacation. The children decided to celebrate by requesting some pancakes. Because I never listen to my children, I made strawberry shortcakes. What? WHAT? oh yeah, ok. fine <sigh> Truth is, I saw the strawberry shortcakes recipe on the box of my HeartSmart Bisquick box and decided that it would be a […]

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Homemade Yogurt

I like homemade yogurt. My kids love homemade yogurt. My husband devours homemade yogurt. but each time I wanted to make it,  I would waste one batch every 3….besides the fact that I don’t sleep well knowing that the oven is on for 9 hours. So, I bought a yogurt maker. B.E.S.T $50 E.V.E.R! I […]

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French Toasts

The kids are off this week, so this means late lazy mornings with the occasional special breakfast. This morning, it’s French toast…or in French we call them ‘pain perdu’ (lost bread) because we traditionally use left over bread…the slices that have turned slightly hard at the end of the week. If I don’t have hard […]

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Crepes!

To celebrate Day 1 of the Tech Foodie blog, let’s start with some crepes! My daughter’s school is celebrating International Day today, so the teacher asked parents to support their child in representing a country for the day. My daughter came home last Friday asking for 100 crêpes. If you want a fun linguistic exercise, […]

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