Slow Cooker Hearty Lentil Chili

Hearty Crockpot Lentil Chili

This is the time of year that I especially love to pull out my crockpot. Easy, hot dinner awaiting me when I get home? Yes please. This Hearty Crockpot Lentil Chili fits the bill for the chillier days we have coming up in the next few months. I confess that I keep my down twin-sized comforter… 

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What I Ate: India

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What I Ate: Portugal

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Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Bars

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Another year of blogging has flown by, and I am thankful every day for this space. What began as a cooking journal as I toyed with making recipes healthy and accessible has become a place for me to share my interests in cooking, wellness, and nutrition with all of you. This blog has been growing… 

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