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Things have been busy around here! Between preparing for Baby #2, hosting visitors, and going on milkshake dates with Eleanora, I haven’t spent much time on new recipes.

EBD 25 months milkshake

Instead, I’ve been relying on some old favorites, including turkey meatloaf (pdf)…


spaghetti bolognese (pdf)…

oh my my, oh hell yes

split pea and ham soup (pdf)…


… and sauteed Brussels sprouts (pdf).


I’ve also been whipping up batches of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (pdf).

cookie dough

I make the cookie dough and store it in Tupperware in the fridge. Then, whenever we feel like cookies (When does anyone not feel like cookies?) I bake a few. This way we can have homemade cookies, warm from the oven, any time.

spatula cookie

What are your go-to recipes during the chilly post-Christmas months?




  • Comment by Connie Kin — February 3, 2013 @ 3:12 pm

    Thanks SO much for your recipes, Hannah! I’ve always wanted to try them out but have been hesitant because I’m a hot mess in the kitchen – I felt like I wouldn’t do justice to your dishes. I tried my very first dish last night – the brussel sprouts – since they seemed straighforward enough and I need more veggies in my diet. The whole time I was making it, my husband kept saying, “Brussel sprouts are really hard to cook well….I’m the only one that’s going to be eating these brussel sprouts…” (because he knows I suck at cooking and because he knows I hate greens) I’m proud to say that I made the dish and they were actually GOOD. My husband was so impressed and so was I – haha!! Thanks so much for always sharing your recipes with us. I have 3 more recipes sitting on my kitchen counter that I’m excited to try out over the next few weeks!!

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