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Restaurant Eats - Simple Blistered Shishito Pepper Recipe

You’ll find a variation of this blistered Shishito Pepper Recipe at all manner of high end Asian restaurants – they are always a crowd pleaser and seem really exotic.

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5 Cheap and Easy Home Decor Trends That We are Loving

Home decor trends are constantly evolving and changing. What is cool one year can easily look outdated the next.

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My Experience With the Ring Video Doorbell

Recently I came back from a vacation only to discover that while I was away somebody had attempted to break into my home. Luckily the burglar had trouble getting past my deadbolt and didn't make their way fully inside my house.

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Summer Savings Tips - 5 Ways to Save Gas

Even though gas prices have backed off the miserable days of 2010 gas still remains one of the biggest and most consistent drags on our wallet.

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The Best Items to Get at the Dollar Store

I love a good bargain! I also like decorating and crafting, so naturally I do enjoy dollar stores. I admit they have a lot of poor quality items, but there are lots of good finds there as well.

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How To Make Your Own Healthy Chai Tea Latte

I love Starbuck's Chai Tea Lattes so much. Unfortunately it is not the healthiest of drinks. A grande sized Chai Tea Latte at Starbucks has 42 grams of sugar which is just crazy.

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A Simple Sloppy Joe Recipe Using Ground Turkey

Sloppy joes are so easy to make and they don't take much time either. My family came up with a very simple yet non-traditional sloppy joe recipe that uses ground turkey instead of ground beef. Trust me, the ground turkey will taste great.

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A Delicious and Simple Midcentury Pecan Pie Recipe

I absolutely love a good pecan pie. It is a special treat that is good any time of year, and it is surprisingly easy to make. I recently found an old cookbook from the 1960's while shopping at an estate sale.

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