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Thanksgiving: The forgotten Holiday

Halloween has passed and all of our children have probably rotted out their teeth with all the goodies they received trick or treating. Some people may tell you that it’s time to start “decking the halls” in anticipation of reindeer, Santa, and sugar plums. Nay. I say. Nay. Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE Christmas […]

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Thanksgiving planning tips for a delicious and stress-free holiday meal!

Thanksgiving Prep

Hosting Thanksgiving our Thanksgiving meal is something I look forward to each year. I love cooking and entertaining so it’s easily one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. Pulling off a big meal with lots of dishes can be totally overwhelming, but I have a few tips that I use to keep make sure the […]

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What is Friendsgiving and How Do You Host One?

There is this word I’ve been hearing more about each year in the month of November, Friendsgiving.  Like seriously, what does that even mean?  Thankfully, urban dictionary to the rescue. Friendsgiving: The celebration of Thanksgiving dinner with your friends. This usually occurs on the Wednesday before or the Friday after Thanksgiving Day, since Thanksgiving is […]

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5 easy Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Let the sides be the star of Thanksgiving dinner this year, with these 5 easy Thanksgiving side dishes!  November is here! I love so many things about November.  First, I feel like its when fall officially starts in Arizona, the falling leaves, and cool crisp air make this month so enjoyable.  Second, it’s the month to […]

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Pumpkin Custard Squares

Pumpkin Custard Squares

A lot of the ladies here on the East Valley Moms Blog contributor team are die hard pumpkin spice fans. I wouldn’t call myself a die hard, but I do love pumpkin pie! So, remember last fall when they declared a “pumpkin crisis?” Well, just like the chocolate crisis, coffee crisis, and cork {and pork} […]

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