Posts filed under: Recipe

  • Chocolate Cake
Yesterday, I introduced you to Olympic Swimmer Crissy Perham, she was our guest on episode 7 of the Real Life, Real Passion podcast. Crissy is a talented coach, photographer, and a great friend....
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  • Potato Salad
Potato salad is one of those recipes that is perfect for the spring and summer. It is one of those staples that my grandmother served regularly when I was growing up. Cary Mac Arthur has been a guest author here...
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  • homemade caramels
Yesterday on the Real Life, Real Passion podcast, I introduced you to one of my good friends Kerry Peck. Kerry’s family loves caramels especially around the holidays. She first shared this recipe with me a few years ago around Thanksgiving. We ate...
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  • Apple Pannekoeken
On this week’s edition of Real Life, Real passion I introduced you to Bridget Schwebach, Senior Executive Ambassador for Forever. Today she shares one of her family favorite recipes: Apple Pannekoeken....
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  • Fish Chowder
Yesterday on Real Life, Real Passion I introduced you to actress Cassandra Smith. Today she is sharing one of her favorite recipes for fish. Cassandra loves fish, and finds that Lent is a great time to eat more of it...
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  • Creamy Carrot and Zucchini Soup
Yesterday, Carol Bauer was the guest on Evolve’s podcast Real Life, Real Passion. She is founder of the non-profit organization Garden of Health. Today she share’s with us her recipes for Creamy Carrot and Zucchini Soup and Quick and Easy...
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  • Cowboy Caviar
I thought it would be fun to have our featured guests share a favorite recipe with us! Yesterday, Taylor Halversen was featured on Evolve’s first podcast episode of Real Life, Real Passion. She shared this fabulous recipe for Cowboy Caviar!...
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Recipes sometimes become traditions, being passed down through the generations.  What foods are traditions in your family?  Are there special heirloom recipes you have from your mom or grandma?  Is there something your family always had for Sunday dinners or...
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