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Persimmon, Dates & Figs w/Arugula & Citrus Dressing (Salad)

Persimmon, Dates & Figs w/Arugula & Citrus Dressing (Salad) Print Persimmon, Dates & Figs w/Arugula & Citrus Dressing Servings 8 Ingredients 1 package 1 package baby arugula (~5 oz) 1-2 persimmons 15 dried dates 1 shallot or green onion 2 pieces cooked brown sugar bacon 🥓 Dressing 1 fresh squeezed orange & zest 🍊 1…

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How to plan a home fire drill

Our home fire was seven months ago and I still have moments where I’ll stop in my tracks and think, “I can’t believe that happened!” Before the fire I never thought it would happen either. I am all about emergency preparedness. We kept a supply of food and water, and even had a backup generator….

5 things I learned after my house fire

Fire safety has recently become a very important topic for our family. At the beginning of this year we lost everything we owned in a house fire. This is why I’m so happy to be partnering with and sharing Nationwide’s Make Safe Happen program. Fire safety is important! Being prepared and having a plan for…

Ways to keep your skin looking young

When we were young, all we wanted was to be older. We were anxious to start driving, to start dating, to move out, go to college, start our careers. But as we’ve gotten older, there are so many things we wish we could go back to. It was so much easier when you were young…

Halloween vegetable cups

I am so happy to be part of  the 30 days of Halloween series with Cupcake diaries again this year! I love this series because you will find the CUTEST ideas for Halloween treats and goodies all in one place. Read more about the series here. This is my 3rd year participating and I have loved…

Low-Carb Sriracha Turkey Lettuce Wraps

Looking for a yummy way to stay healthy and low carb. Lettuce wraps are where it is at! You can make these  Low-Carb Sriracha Turkey Lettuce Wraps with turkey or ground beef. Enjoy! This recipe was adapted from Kalyn’s Kitchen.  We recently featured this recipe on my cooking show – The Horlacher and Walker Cooking Show….

Non-College Ramen

This recipe may take you back to your college days, but I found it to be amazing!  I wish I knew these tricks to spruce up traditional ramen noodles.  This originally aired on my cooking show, Horlacher & Walker. Print Non-College Ramen Course dinner Cuisine Ramen Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 5 minutes Total…

Delicious homemade stir fry sauce

  ½ cup low sodium soy sauce ½ cup chicken broth 1 tablespoon corn starch 1 tablespoon honey 1 teaspoon sesame seed oil 1 teaspoon rice vinegar 1 tablespoon finely minced fresh ginger 1 teaspoon minced garlic clove   Directions: Add all ingredients to a small bowl and whisk together. Can be saved in an…

Tips for a post-Christmas purge

I love Christmas. I love the songs, the weather, the lights, and oh man… the food. I love the food. I love Christmas gifts–buying them for others, and, of course, receiving them.   But I can’t be the only person in the world who experiences a bit of a hangover after Christmas. Not from overindulging…

Easy to make plaid Christmas sugar cookies

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Chinet® brand . All opinions are 100% mine. Did you know it’s so easy to paint sugar cookies? It’s a lot of fun and much easier than working with royal icing. Royal icing is so pretty, but painting is a great way to…

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