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I am always on the lookout for different and unique quick breads.

I have always wanted to try making homemade pretzels or pretzel buns but was always overwhelmed just reading various recipes.

Make a pan of these before heading out the door when you need snacks!

The recipe is called "Not For Company" because it’s not that pretty of a dish. Don’t let that throw you because it is simply delicious!

I highly suggest using a candy thermometer for this one because the flavor will change depending on how long you let this stuff simmer. For this fudge I let it slooooooowly come up to 238 degrees on the thermometer and since it technically cooked longer, the flavor developed a deep, almost dark chocolate flavor. Very rich tasting!

MomsEveryday blogger Alison Bickel shares an easy recipe that's awesome with fall apples.

This is a fairly inexpensive, yet impressive dessert and let me tell you…VERY delicious!

This chicken dish is so easy….it marinates overnight which allows for all the margarita flavors to really infuse the chicken with flavor.

This is the time of year when a nice bowl of apple crisp hits the spot. But sometimes we don't have the time to make it! Alison Bickel has a handy way to keep a crumble topping at the ready, in a pinch.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas.

Pennsylvania, Maine, New Hampshire and the City of Boston all claim the origin of the whoopie pie. There is actually quite a rivalry going on between Pennsylvania and Maine :)

This baked taco dip is ooey, gooey, cheesy deliciousness.

Growing up, I was a picky, picky eater. Eating chili in any way, shape or form was definitely not on my radar screen at all. Never in a million years could I have ever imagined that chili would become one of my favorite foods!

I had never made a frittata before and now that I know how easy it is, this will become a staple in our home for a quick, easy and inexpensive meal.

If you are like me, you are always glad when there are some fresh cookies that just happen to be sitting on the counter. And it's even better if the cookies fit the time of year.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Turkey Sausage and Pasta.

Not too much intimidates me, but for some reason, making a pie does. I guess, because I think they are really hard to make and I would rather stay in my comfort zone of making muffins :)

I came up with the idea of dipping marshmallows in the candy melts as I was walking around the grocery store yesterday and actually had a package of lollipop sticks in my cart. Then it hit me like a ton of bricks, I had a bunch of craft sticks at home (from when I made my sugar cookies on a stick)!! I decided to use them instead. If you get invited to a last minute Halloween party (or you forgot you have to bring a dessert to your child's classroom party), these were done from start to finish in about a 1/2 hour. The "dirt" in the bottom of the mug is actually crushed Oreo cookies. Pretty neat, huh??

October is National Pork Month. It's a good time to celebrate the pork industry and the great recipes you can make with pork. In this House Works, Chef Judy Gilliard shows us a recipe with a Cuban flair.