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Celebrate National Dog Day with Homemade Dog Treats

Happy National Dog Day! Recognized on August 26, National Dog Day is a time to celebrate our canine companions and acknowledge the need for dog rescue and adoption. National Dog Day, founded in 2004 by Pet and Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Advocate, Colleen Paige, is a great day to spoil your favorite four-legged friend with homemade dog treats. … Continue reading Celebrate National Dog Day with Homemade Dog Treats

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A Full Day of Peanut Recipes

Oh, the beloved peanut. They are crunchy, creamy and salty. They can be paired with almost any flavor and they still come out singing. Those of us who love peanuts know that they are versatile – but do you have good peanut recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert? Look no further than this Perfect … Continue reading A Full Day of Peanut Recipes

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The Difference Between Light Brown Sugar and Dark Brown Sugar

Baking minds want to know: What is the difference between light brown sugar and dark brown sugar? It’s easy – the short answer is molasses. Both light and dark brown sugar contain molasses, but dark brown sugar contains more. Along with the increased amount of molasses comes a deeper, darker color, slightly more moisture and … Continue reading The Difference Between Light Brown Sugar and Dark Brown Sugar

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Pull-Apart Goodness: Homemade Soft Pretzels

As you enter the gates to a baseball game or carnival, do you immediately crave a buttery, soft, salted pretzel? This giant, twisted dough of goodness has come a long way over the years, making its way from ballparks onto the appetizer menu of many gourmet restaurants, or in pubs as a popular snack to … Continue reading Pull-Apart Goodness: Homemade Soft Pretzels