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Fully loaded mini Baked Potato recipe #crowdpleaser

  When hosting holiday parties, we’re always looking for fun and creative small bites to serve as people mingle and chat. Cheese and crackers are always a safe bet, but if you’re looking to up your game a little, we’re right there with you. Print Recipe Fully Loaded Mini Baked Potato Recipe: The Best Holiday […]





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Fully Loaded Mini Baked Potato Recipe: The Best Holiday Party Snack


What’s not to love about a miniature baked potato? Loaded with all the fixings, these little bites are comfort food in a single mouthful.

fully loaded baked potato recipe katie brown

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  1. Boil potatoes until cooked through.

  2. Slice a sliver off the bottom of each potato so that it will sit on a platter without rolling over, then cut an X into the top of each potato.

  3. Gently squeeze the X so the potato opens a little, allowing space to add the toppings.

  4. Top each potato with a little knob of butter, salt and pepper to taste, sour cream, chives, and a little piece of bacon.


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Keep it simple and learn how to cook, garden, and decorate your home with Katie Brown.


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The best Grilled Cheese Sandwich recipe(s)

  The grilled cheese sandwich is one of my absolute favorite comfort foods. Some thickly buttered bread and just the right amount of cheese slowly grilled to perfection can make the gloomiest of days a little brighter. Now I’m not sure if the grilled cheese purists out there will like what I’m about to say, […]





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The best Grilled Cheese Sandwich recipe(s)

Grilled cheese Sandwich recipes

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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes

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Course Sandwich
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Cook Time 10 minutes

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  1. Set a large skillet or griddle on medium heat.

  2. Place 4 bread slices on working surface; build the sandwich.

  3. Brush butter on one side of remaining 4 slices of bread. Turn sandwiches over and brush with butter.

  4. Cook about 4 minutes per side, until golden brown and cheese is melted.


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Grape Salad recipe

Print Recipe Grape Salad recipe Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course salad Cuisine American Prep Time 10 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 2 tablespoons butterteaspoon ½cayenne pepper2 cups grapes halved1 cup toasted walnuts finely choppedcup ½blue cheese crumbled3 scallions chopped Course salad Cuisine American Prep Time 10 minutes Servings people MetricUS […]





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Grape Salad recipe

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Prep Time 10 minutes

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  1. In a medium sauté pan, heat the butter and the cayenne. Add the grapes and sauté over medium heat for about 5 minutes.

  2. Toss with the remaining ingredients and serve


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Great Orzo Salad recipe

  Print Recipe Great classic Orzo Salad Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course salad Cuisine American, Mediterrarean Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients For the salad:16 string beans1 cup orzo pastacup ½chopped fennelcup ½chopped seedless cucumbercup ½feta cheese2 tablespoons dill choppedsaltFor the dressing:2 tablespoons lemon juice1 tablespoon white wine vinegarcup ¼dill chopped fine1/3 cup […]





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Great classic Orzo Salad

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  1. Cook string beans in a large saucepan of salted boiling water until slightly tender, about 2 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer the bean to a bowl of ice water, this is to stop them from cooking. Once they are cool, remove, and drain.

  2. Cut the bean into bit sized pieces, about ½’’.

  3. Add the orzo to the water the string beans were cooked in and cook according to directions on box, about 9 minutes. When cooked, strain and set aside to cool.

  4. Mix together the orzo, string beans, fennel, cucumber and dill. Season to taste.

  5. For the dressing

  6. Combine the lemon juice, vinegar, and dill. Slowly whisk in the olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Then mix in with the pasta salad.


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Have water boiling on set Chop all dill together


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Pull-Apart Pizza Pie

We’re fans of pizza in all shapes and sizes here at the workshop! What’s not to love? Cheesy, tomato-y goodness on warm, soft dough … it’s near perfection! Well, we’ve got a fun variation for you here, with this pull-apart pizza pie. Made up of dozens of little, individual pizzas, it’ll make you want to […]





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This Pull-Apart Pizza Pie Recipe

This is a perfect pizza recipe for kids and anyone who loves pizza but wants new way to make it. I promise you will love it.

Pull apart pizza pie from Katie Brown

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  1. Preheat the oven to 400°.

  2. Spray the pan with cooking spray.

  3. Roll out your pizza doughs into large rectangles and, using your cookie cutter, punch out as many rounds as you can.

  4. Top each round with 2 teaspoons of marinara sauce and a sprinkling of cheese, so they look like little, individual pizzas.

  5. Fold each round in half, and then in half again. They will look, vaguely, like little fortune cookies.

  6. Line them up in your prepared pan, starting with a circle around the edge, and then building circles in toward the center. It will look like a big flower when completely finished.

  7. Sprinkle the top with any remaining cheese, and bake until golden and bubbly, about 20 minutes.

  8. Allow the pie to cool for about 5 minutes before flipping it out of the pan. Enjoy!


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Keep it simple and learn how to cook, garden, and decorate your home with Katie Brown.


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A Hangover Cure recipe part 4 of 4

Nothing makes you feel better than a hot, buttery breakfast when you’ve overdone it the night before. The cysteine in eggs actually helps you combat the toxins alcohol leaves behind, settling your stomach and making you feel better. Print Recipe Eggs, eggs, and more eggs! Oh the edible and incredible egg is just what you […]





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Eggs, eggs, and more eggs!

Oh the edible and incredible egg is just what you need to help ease that hangover

fried eggs hangover cure

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fried eggs hangover cure

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  1. Fry up a couple of eggs with some butter, and enjoy them on a thick piece of warm, buttered toast.


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Hangover Cure part 3 of 4

Print Recipe Pickle juice cure Believe it or not, pickle juice can go a long way toward preventing or curing a hangover. When ingested, the vinegar and salt that are found in this sweet and sour liquid cause your body to store water, which is normally lost through heavy drinking. When your body becomes severely […]





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Pickle juice cure

Believe it or not, pickle juice can go a long way toward preventing or curing a hangover.
When ingested, the vinegar and salt that are found in this sweet and sour liquid cause your body to store water, which is normally lost through heavy drinking. When your body becomes severely dehydrated, headaches and nausea begin to set in.
So, bottoms up!

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pickle juice hangover cure

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  1. Simply pour your strained pickle juice over ice and garnish it with a pickle spear, if desired.

  2. Be brave, and drink it down!


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A Hangover Cure recipe part 2 of 4

Print Recipe Electrolyte ice cubes Sports drinks, such as Gatorade and Powerade, replace essential minerals, salts and fluids that are lost when the body becomes dehydrated. They also work beautifully when the body is hungover. These electrolyte ice cubes are great to have on hand, and ensure that you’re well-armed when an unexpected night out […]





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Electrolyte ice cubes

Sports drinks, such as Gatorade and Powerade, replace essential minerals, salts and fluids that are lost when the body becomes dehydrated. They also work beautifully when the body is hungover.
These electrolyte ice cubes are great to have on hand, and ensure that you’re well-armed when an unexpected night out results in a less-than-comfortable morning.
The addition of a little vitamin C does the body good, too!

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  1. Fill an ice cube tray with your preferred electrolyte-enriched sports drink.

  2. Slice an orange thinly, and cut each slice into quarters.

  3. Lay a piece of orange into each compartment of the tray so that it floats on top, and freeze the tray.

  4. Pop ice cubes into a tall glass of water or coconut water, as needed.


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A Hangover Cure recipe part 1 of 4

Who doesn’t love a good night out? You can’t beat it! The problem is when a good night turns into a hairy morning. Whether we drank too much, didn’t eat enough, or mixed our spirits, the resulting hangover often has us questioning whether we’ll ever go out again! Fear not — we have hangover cure that […]





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A Hangover Cure recipe part 1 of 4

Store-bought Pedialyte replaces minerals and fluids that are lost when the body is dehydrated, and when you’re hungover, you are most certainly dehydrated. Whether you’re vomiting or not, your body needs some serious replenishing.
This homemade substitute uses coconut water, which replenishes electrolytes and soothes nausea; cranberry juice, which is rich in antioxidants, and salt, which replaces the essential salt your body has lost when dehydrated. Bonus? No artificial preservatives, colors, or sweeteners.

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  1. Pour 4 cups of coconut water into a large pitcher, and add ½ cup cranberry juice.

  2. Add ¼ teaspoon salt, and mix until dissolved.

  3. Keep in the fridge for mornings that need a little extra help.


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Mason Jar Lanterns DIY a craft project

“God’s good, green earth needs us. Repurposing, reworking, restyling, recycling, reusing – all such important words. Imagining different uses for common household trash has really become an art form – none more popular than the ever present Mason Jar. Today I want to show you how to light up your life using them for maybe […]





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Mason Jar Lanterns a recycle upcycle craft project

Add a little light and your own personality to any space with these great Mason Jar Lanterns.

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  1. Open the Mason jars and drizzle translucent glass paint in spots on the inside of the jars. Turn the jars as they are drying, to create fun shapes, then let them dry.

  2. Punch holes around the center of the lids for ventilation. It is very important or the glasses can become too hot from the light bulbs.

  3. Cut an asterisk in the center of each lid with a utility knife. Use the fat pen to push through the asterisk towards the inside of the jars. (Do not cut it too big, try to keep it as small as possible and the wedge socket in.)

  4. Hold the lid frame and lid center together as if to put it on the jar, and from the top push the light socket through the asterisk-shaped opening. Push the bits of lid inside tightly around the socket to help hold it in place. Screw in a light bulb.

  5. Screw the lid with the bulb to the jar.

  6. Continue with each light socket in the same manner.

  7. Tear small strips of gray duct tape and tape down the socket to the top of the lid.


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