Fresh made omelette is ready to eat.
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Here’s Why Your Omelettes Turn Into Scrambled Eggs

The Secret to the Perfect Omelette Every Tuesday my family does breakfast for dinner. Sometimes, I make waffles or pancakes, but more often than not, I make omelettes. I was completely surprised on that first “breakfast-for-dinner” night when my picky-eating daughters actually gobbled them up. Wow! Cool! A food that’s healthy and economical that my…
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Healthy carrot cake breakfast cookies.
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Cookies For Breakfast Can Be Healthy

I have a lovely co-worker named Hillary Sorenson who keeps me on my toes. In addition to her job as a content producer for Forum Content Studios, she’s also been an NASM certified personal trainer for four years. She recently designed a workout plan for me that will (I hope) counteract the fact that I…
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Cowboy cookies are oatmeal chocolate chip cookies amped up with coconut and cinnamon. 
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Cowboy Cookies: Some Of The Best Cookies I’ve Ever Made

If you think symphony music is snooty, stuffy and a little too hoity toity, you’re in for the surprise of your life Thursday at Bluestem Center for the Arts in Moorhead. The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony is putting on a knee-slappin, boot-scootin, humdinger of a hoedown for it’s 6th annual Symphony Rocks concert. The 75-piece symphony joins…
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Ghostbusters Slime Cupcakes – An Oozy Birthday Treat

When I was a kid, birthday party themes weren’t really a thing. Mom would hang up a couple of balloons and drag a few chairs from the kitchen table for a game of musical chairs. We’d sip from  Dixie cups full of Tang, eat cake, pin tails on donkeys, then pretty much call it a…
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This Brazilian-themed menu includes Brigadeiro (three to four ingredient chocolate treats similar to a bon bon or truffle. It's served often at Brazilian children's birthday parties), Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo) (This garlic cheese bread can be served plain or with marinara sauce.), Coxinha  (This deep fried dough ball surrounding a creamy, cheese chicken salad is a popular street food in Brazil.) and Caipirinha (Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaça (sugarcane hard liquor), sugar and lime).
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Getting Ready For Rio: Olympic-Ready Brazilian Party Food

When I started researching food to make for a Rio-themed Olympic party, I have to admit I was flabbergasted at my complete lack of knowledge of Brazilian food. Admittedly, I’m not the most cosmopolitan of people, but I’m no Ellie May Clampett either. I’ve traveled and eaten my way through many ethnic cuisines. But the…
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