Fall Warmers: Delicious and Warming Harvest Vegetable Soup

By: Mara Shapiro

  The temperatures are dropping and my people need warming up. We’re coming in from the cold, it’s already dark, and we’re tired and hungry. We need something to eat and a big bowl of soup is just the ticket.   Hearty, nourishing, and comforting, a meal-in-a-bowl is where it’s at when the leaves begin

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A Green, Clean Halloween

By: Tara Mihalech of Suburble

I am an avid thrifter, and Halloween season is no exception to that hobby.   Come Autumn, I find myself perusing the racks at the thrift store, heavily laden with pre-loved costumes. Not only are these costumes a fraction of their retail price, but they often have a lot of life left in them. Similar

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Thanksgiving for a Family of 40

By: Virginia Fynes

I love when Thanksgiving rolls around, it is one of my favourite times of the year! The landscape is beautiful, the family is finally settled into the school routine, and the harvest is so bountiful you can’t help but pour your heart into your Thanksgiving recipes! I’m so lucky to live in an area that

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A Make Ahead Meal that Shows You Care

By: Mara Shapiro

It’s hard to believe, but the lazy, hazy days of summer are a not-so-distant memory. The grind of the school year is now upon us. Boy, my memory is short. I forgot what the hustle and bustle of fall is like. How about you? I know I’m not alone in this.   You’d think things

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Thinking Outside of the Lunch Box

By: Tara Mihalech of Suburble

  It can be a struggle to create new lunches that won’t be received with groans and moans from your kids.   Trust me, I have children who often decry, “I don’t like it” before the plate has hit the table.   But one thing I’ve noticed is that without the eyes of two parents

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