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Simple Chicken Pasta Recipe for Busy Nights

Mike and I plan to start new traditions this year beginning with this simple chicken pasta recipe. The past few years during the holidays we’ve accidentally developed a few bad habits. Since we both get completely swamped during this time of year, we order food in way too often. I do not want a tradition to be eating delivered pizza around the tree while adding ornaments. Not when it’s just as easy to whip up a tasty pasta dish using Hunt’s Diced Tomatoes.

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Easy Chicken Sliders Recipe – Raised with No Antibiotics Ever

An easy chicken sliders recipe is perfect this time of year. With game days, after-school snacks, holiday gatherings, and so many other reasons, chicken sliders make the perfect little bite for anyone. The best news is that all specially marked Tyson Chicken products are raised with no antibiotics ever. Look for the packages where it is clearly marked on fresh, refrigerated, and frozen packages of chicken.

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Puerto Vallarta Food Alone is Worth the Trip

An email landed in my inbox offering what sounded like a fun night learning how to prepare Puerto Vallarta food–in Chicago. What I thought was going to be a fun little cooking-class-style evening turned out to be a full-blown vacation for my palette. My best buddy, and expert in all things food, Kit, and I …

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Tai Pei Foods and Life Hacks with Danielle Moss

This post was sponsored by Tai Pei and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Tai Pei foods are excellent quality, easy to prepare, and a life hack in their own right. Last week I attended a fun event downtown with the people behind Tai Pei frozen foods and fellow influencers. Special guest, …

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