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7 February, 2018

Slow Cooker Sausage and Greens Soup

Slow Cooker Sausage and Greens Soup
Posted in : apple, beans, cheap, chicken, crock pot, crockpot, dinner, easy, food, healthy, kale, pasta, sausage, Slow cooker, vegetables on by : Jeanette Schramm
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So, my right wrist is immobilized in a brace after a stupid hockey injury landed me with some torn cartilage. We’ve been eating out, eating frozen, and eating a lot of popcorn lately, as a result. It’s been maybe a week and a half to two weeks of that, and I’m about ready to kill
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8 February, 2016

One-Pot Pasta Dinner

Comments : 2 Posted in : basil, cheese, dinner, easy, fresh, one-pot, onion, pasta, sausage, tomatoes, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

This is probably the quickest, easiest way to make dinner, be it just for you or for a small crowd. One-pot pasta is just that, all in one pot. Just cut some stuff, cook some sausage, and throw everything in the pot! It’s incredibly easy, super filling, delicious, and keeps pretty well. Here’s how it works…
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26 October, 2015

Pasta Sauce and Meatballs

Posted in : dinner, easy, guest post, meatballs, pasta, sauce, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

Today, we have another guest post, courtesy of Lisa Schramm — my lovely mother. I’m glad she’s looking out for my mental health during midterm month, because I certainly don’t have the time to! 😛Anyway, she’s provided us with a nice little how-to on homemade pasta sauce (which, as someone who has made homemade pasta
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8 April, 2015

Pasta and Sausage Dinner

Pasta and Sausage Dinner
Comments : 1 Posted in : dinner, easy, food, funny, humor, Olive Garden, pasta, recipe, sausage, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

This recipe is from a favorite source of mine, 12 Tomatoes. It’s supposed to be a homemade version of an Olive Garden meal: Pepper and Sausage Rigatoni. The recipe, it says, serves six, so I decided to invite some friends over for dinner, rather than cutting the recipe, as I usually would. The boyfriend and
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