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The Cuban Burger: A Twist On The Traditional Recipe

Cuban Recipes and Traditions I can remember, as a very young girl, standing in my grandfather’s corner grocery store while his giant press smashed the outside of my sandwich. I knew the goodness that awaited me, so I remained patient. Eventually, I would devour that wonderful Cuban Sandwich in a few minutes. Tops. This was before the panini press was cool or Cuban recipes were all the rave. So when

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Easy Banana Pudding Recipe: Food Traditions On Mother’s Day

While I was craving Arroz con Leche and Flan, my Mother-in-Law was cooking traditional sweet treats for her small group of 8 (yes, I said EIGHT!) children. By far Daddy D’s favorite sweet food tradition is this Easy Banana Pudding recipe that she would whip up, straight from her own Southern childhood. This Mother’s Day, with help from Walmart, I’m making this traditional banana pudding and honoring the food traditions

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Fighting Hunger and Sparking Change

You don’t have to look abroad to see hungry families. Sadly, kids and adults go without meals all the time… even in an amazing country like ours. So this spring, Walmart and a few awesome brands are asking us to join the fight against hunger and spark change in local communities across the U.S. To kick off the Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign, Walmart is making an initial $1.5 million

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Pan Roasted Asparagus and Olives with Feta: Simple Side Dish

I’m struggling with family meal ideas that delight my munchkins and nourish their bodies. When did my kids get so picky?! Ideally, one dish would accomplish both goals… and I think this simple side dish of Pan Roasted Asparagus and Olives with Feta might do the trick. My kids love olives, so when Walmart asked me to check out a new line of conveniently packaged snack food, I agreed to

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Easter Egg Salad Sandwich: Holiday Food Traditions

With both of my babies finally able to sit still and follow directions (hello, toddler boys!), we’re having fun with all sorts of Easter holiday food traditions… mainly dying Easter eggs. Counting this Easter Egg Salad Sandwich recipe, we’ve dyed Easter eggs 3 times already! Ha! That is definitely a record for us. Walmart’s seasonal aisles are filled with the cutest crafts and tools you need for some fabulous holiday

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REESE’S Peanut Butter Cups Minis and Banana Pancakes: A Sunday Family Tradition

Daddy D has been making Sunday pancakes as a family tradition since our oldest started eating solids. It’s a family tradition that began with his father and it makes my husband happy to carry that legacy on. The kids and I can’t complain. Usually he adds health conscience additions to the pancake mix, like fruits and nuts, but sometimes he’s a little more indulgent. One particular Sunday he created mouth

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