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No Churn Dulce de Leche Ice Cream

The dr deb office has closed for the year. The last pot has been fired and unloaded from Big Bertha (the refurbished electric kiln named after a tiny ferret). Brian is home for the holidays; Meg will join us on … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Granola

Granola recipes are a dime a dozen in the blogosphere. Some of my favorite food blogs have 4 or 5 different versions. So. I was reluctant to publish another homemade granola here on DebsPotsBlog. Until the other morning when I … Continue reading

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Chocolate Icebox Cake

Wait ‘til you see the super charming recipe I have for you this week!! Sometimes, the most fun, adorable, and delightful things happen when we’re just playing around, and the evolution of this dessert was such a thing. It was … Continue reading

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Brilliant Kale Salad

How do you feel about the color red? As I photographed this post, I realized I have a lot of mixed feelings about it, myself. I’ve been told I look good in red, that it is a good color to … Continue reading

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Tzatziki Platter

What is your favorite time of year? Has it changed over time? As a child, I loved summer, but now early spring, hands down, makes me happiest. I started feeling that way on May 2, 1993, 22 years ago today. … Continue reading

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Deb’s Chicken Parm

Progress is an odd concept, isn’t it? We all tend to think that we are moving forward when we can measure our successes in clearly defined steps. In fact, rather than in a straight line, progress tends to happen in … Continue reading

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