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Filling for Fall: Mushroom Lentil Soup

Fall often doesn’t come to Atlanta until well after the official start date so I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the cooler temperatures we’ve had lately. “Cooler”, of course, is a relative term meaning, in this case “under 85” but I’ll take what I can get. Fall is my favorite season and I’m happy to get an early start on...

10 Money Habits You Can Adopt to Spend More Wisely and Save Money Painlessly

If you adopt these simple money habits, you'll spend your money more wisely and be rewarded with an increased bank balance. And the good news is, you don't need to feel deprived or give up the things you love. All you need to do is use a little psychology. So, it looks like...

Quick and Easy “Mostly Homemade” Heirloom Tomato Tart

This easy tomato tart recipe uses puff pastry to cut down the time needed and roasted heirloom tomatoes and carmelized onions to amp up the flavor. It’s the perfect light summertime dinner for two and a great way to use up those fresh and delicious summer tomatoes. You can easily customize this recipe to use whatever...

15 Quick and Easy Christmas Breakfast Ideas

These quick and easy Christmas Breakfast ideas help make Christmas morning breakfast a breeze to prepare! Most recipes can be made ahead and nothing takes over 30 minutes so you can actually enjoy Christmas morning with your family and still have a special breakfast! Now that the kids are grown Christmas morning is...

Old Fashioned Southern Apple Dumplings

I’ve become a little obsessed lately with spiral-bound cooking, which is cooking from the self-published cookbooks that every self-respecting Junior League and Ladies’ Circle in the South used to use as their go-to fundraising technique. I’ve been collecting them at garage sales and in used bookstores and having a blast reading recipes where Cool Whip is a respected ingredient...