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My Latest Snag: Lattes, Crackers, and Kids’ Stuff

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My Latest Snag: Lattes, Crackers, and Kids’ Stuff

First: I really wish I was seated at the table above right now. I can almost taste that croissant. Instead, my bottled latte will have to do — which brings me to a random assortment of recent purchases: POP & BOTTLE OAT MILK LATTE SUBSCRIPTION MARY’S GONE CRACKERS CAYENNE — PEOPLE GO CRAZY OVER THESE?? WASH-OFF NAIL POLISH FOR A MANICURE FOR MINI THIS WEEK MORE KISSY KISSY BODYSUITS NEW SNEAKERS FOR MICRO AVENE HYDRANCE LEGERE LOTION You’re Sooooo Popular: Toy Organization Bins. The most popular items on the blog this past week: +Inexpensive bins for toy organization. Note: the...

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Rachel Roddy’s cheesy Easter bread recipe

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A traditional loaf that can be made the day before and enjoyed at the Easter celebrations with cured meats and salty cheeses One of the most satisfying aspects of cooking is continuity. In my ideal world, this would be an efficient and resourceful stockpot rolling on a back burner, a legion of preserves in the larder, no stale slice of bread or cake left behind, meals cooked with two in mind (the cook’s answer to a child’s one for me, one for you – “you” being the freezer). And while I sometimes achieve some of this, reality is often milder,...

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Rachel Roddy’s cheesy Easter bread recipe

Bread Cheese Easter Food ItalianFoodAndDrink

A traditional loaf that can be made the day before and enjoyed at the Easter celebrations with cured meats and salty cheeses One of the most satisfying aspects of cooking is continuity. In my ideal world, this would be an efficient and resourceful stockpot rolling on a back burner, a legion of preserves in the larder, no stale slice of bread or cake left behind, meals cooked with two in mind (the cook’s answer to a child’s one for me, one for you – “you” being the freezer). And while I sometimes achieve some of this, reality is often milder,...

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