Author Archives: Savor Baking Company

Chocolate Cake, Anyone?

January 27 is National Chocolate Cake Day. It’s another one of those lesser known food holidays that you tend to find out about via Facebook or Twitter. Of course, I had to send a quick shout out to my favorite … Continue reading

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My Frugalista Life

So, it’s 747pm on a Saturday night. I’m at home thinking about all of the tasks on my long list of things to do. And, then, I pause and think, “I want to read right now”. Way to go getting … Continue reading

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National Cookie Day

Cookie. It is such a simple word. But it brings happiness to a lot of us. Think about it. Say “cookie” out loud. What are you thinking about? I’ll bet a great childhood memory, a delicious sugary sweet, or maybe … Continue reading

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4 Super Cleaning Products

Have you ever walked down the cleaning aisle in the grocery store and just looked at the hundreds of products? Among the sea of brightly-colored labels, you know there is a bottle, spray, or wipe that will clean and disinfect … Continue reading

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Would You Shop on Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is one week away. And, apparently, it is the latest holiday to get cut short by major retailers who are instituting new extremes like opening stores on Thanksgiving day to encourage more consumers to take advantage of Black Friday … Continue reading

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The Frustrated Blogger

Lexyne’s note: This post began as my attempt to get over a short period of writer’s block, hence the title. As I continued to write, however, it morphed into a brief comment on the current state of affairs surrounding the … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Seeds

If you are carving that holiday pumpkin in preparation for Halloween or planning on making a pumpkin pie using fresh pumpkin, don’t throw those seeds away! With a little extra effort, you can turn those seeds into a great (and … Continue reading

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The Great Pumpkin

By the end of every October in the United States, one is likely to see pumpkins (or winter squash) in grocery stores or out on neighbors’ lawns as part of a Halloween display. Indeed, Halloween serves as the first “official” … Continue reading

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Getting Back on Track

Hello, everyone. My name is Lexyne and I am a start addict. What is a start addict? Well, for me, it goes a little like this: I start something. And then I start something else. And then I start another … Continue reading

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The Business Plan

Every business should begin with a plan. It seems like a trivial idea. However, many small business owners–myself included–begin their operations without first writing a plan. While the business plan is not mandatory, it is recommended for various reasons. Most … Continue reading

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