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The tale of two cookies

These two cookies came from two nearly identical batches yet the one on the left flattened into a cr

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EATS: Nearly same recipe ends with two different results

Dear Christmas Cookie Elves, Why did some of my Christmas cookies not turn out this year? I had fr

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Baking with Splenda? Buy the bag

Save yourself the aggravation of opening countless packs of sugar substitute - buy the bulk bag. Pho

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EATS: Finding a better way – too little, too late

A little while ago Keith and I decided to re-evaluate our sugar intake. We switched to Splenda - can

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Get that rib away!

Sneakers bats away the rib as though saying it's not his and he has no idea where it came from. Phot

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Sniffing out food

Sneakers pretends to have never met the rib before - but we know better. Photo: Debbie Carson.

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‘Caught’ in the act

A creative recreation of the rib caper. Photo: Keith Carson.

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EATS: I’m not the only foodie in this place

Hubby and I enjoy food - not to the point of excess, mind you - but we do take pleasure in a well-co

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EATS: Help! No ideas for dinner

HELP!! I am in dire need of your assistance for dinner tonight. I have no clue what to whip up for d

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Tostadas – tricky things

The tricky thing about eating tostadas is biting them in such a way that the shell doesn't split dow

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Tostadas – Remains of the plate

Part of the fun of eating tostadas is the "clean up" - scooping up the bits that didn't make it quit

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Tostadas

A fully-loaded plate of tostada goodness, including salsa, guacamole, chips, and a Margarita.