Homemade Oregano Pesto

Homemade Oregano Pesto

Last year, I planted some spicy oregano in my garden. I didn’t touch it after planting last season, but this year it grew so huge it was taking over my garden box, so I decided to cut the whole thing down and make a big batch of pesto with the harvest. This recipe is delicious… 

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Mini Strawberry Shortcake Favors

Miniature Strawberry Shortcake Favors

This is the absolute sweetest favor I have ever made! These mini strawberry shortcakes were packaged lovingly for my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah. The labels, which matched the decor, made them stand out and added that personal touch. A simple addition to these favors were the wooden forks, which were hand-stamped to match the color of… 

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Toasted Coconut-Hazelnut Butter


I’ve been on a huge nut butter kick lately. Whenever there’s a package of nuts in my house, it doesn’t take long for me to roast and blend them up into a delicious creamy paste so I can eat it with apples for lunch. It’s simple, delicious, and has just the right amount of protein… 

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DIY Mason Jar Sewing Kit


My Mother-in-Law loves to sew. It’s inspiring what she can make with a sewing machine and some creativity. Given that her four children have showed no interest in her passion, she warmly (and hopeful, maybe?) prepared a large sewing kit as a gift for me one birthday. There were so many mysterious items in the… 

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Lemon Pudding Cakes in a Jar


I made these lemon pudding cakes a few months ago and was surprised at how utterly scrumptious they were. These lemony delights are similar to a molten lava cake, but they’re made with lemon instead of chocolate. It’s such a perfect combination of creamy pudding mixed with cake and a crunchy sugar topping. The only… 

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Guinness Beer Floats


St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays, so to celebrate the day properly, my husband and I will be hosting a dinner party at our house with all the traditional St. Patrick’s Day foods we can muster: corned beef and cabbage, Irish soda bread, and, of course, a simple St. Patrick’s day-themed dessert:… 

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Recipe: Winter Squash Soup (In A Jar)


The Holiday of Sukkot is always a favorite in our home. The building of the Sukkah (temporary booth to dwell in during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot) in our backyard is especially fun for our kids to take part in, especially as the little ones bring out their own ‘tools’! We often host celebratory meals… 

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Rainbow in a Jar


Making creative treats and gifts is one of my favorite activities and what better time to whip up something fun than to celebrate a holiday. Ever since I made my Valentine Candy Bottles, I’ve been obsessed with putting candy in jars. So for St. Patrick’s Day this year, I made up these colorful Rainbow in… 

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Pumpkin Pie-In-A-Jar


For Halloween this year, we’re hosting a pumpkin-themed party to slim down our enormous squash harvest from the family garden. We’ll be serving pumpkin soup with pumpkin biscuits, drinking pumpkin juice, and for dessert? You guessed it: pumpkin pie. Although we’re baking full-sized pies for the party, I thought it’d be fun to send our… 

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Tsatziki Salad-In-A-Jar


During the summer, I’m constantly looking for ideas that will make me more mobile. I want to have everything available to me whether I want to be on a boat, on a bike, in a field, or on the edge of a dock. Planning for food seems to be the biggest hindrance, and lacking in… 

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