Just Veg Out!

Just Veg Out!






After all the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, vegging out sure sounds great, right?! But what we actually had in mind was sharing this super, festive tossed-salad recipe with you.😁 While technically the only vegetable in this salad is the romaine lettuce – the serving of fruit, nuts and cheese rounds this colorful  dish out to a nutritious side or meal in itself! And … arrives perfectly in time to help inspire those who may share one of the top New

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We Wish You a Very Merry CHRISTmas!

We Wish You a Very Merry CHRISTmas!






HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS! We love CHRISTmas just in case you hadn’t noticed that yet. ;) It’s hard to believe 2016 is coming to a close. But with it comes one of the most beloved celebrations of life. So with that, we want to wish you – our readers – the Merriest of Christmases! May your homes be filled with laughter, your hearts full of love and may His peace that surpasses all understanding be upon you.  

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Bronner’s Super-Fans: the Eikenberry Family

Bronner’s Super-Fans: the Eikenberry Family






It was Sarah’s 10th birthday and she wanted to celebrate at Bronner’s. If you ask the Eikenberry family, it was a no-brainer. “There are so many things we love about Bronner’s,” Scott said. “I love Santa and trees and cookies,” said Sarah. “And I’m happy they keep Christ in Christmas.” Scott and his wife Janel first came to Bronner’s 19 years ago on their honeymoon. And they kept coming. Sarah was just a baby when she met the late Wally

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Everyone Has a Snowpinion!

Everyone Has a Snowpinion!






Don’t you love that feeling you get when you find THE gift for someone special? You know … the one that just so perfectly fits their personality that you can hardly wait to give it to them! Enter Department 56’s® new line of Snowpinions™ by artist Kristi Jensen Pierro. These fun little snowmen are FULL of snow much personal-ity!

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From St. Nicholas to Santa Claus: A Tradition of Giving

From St. Nicholas to Santa Claus: A Tradition of Giving






The concept of the American Santa Claus originated with St. Nicholas, who was born in Asia Minor about 280. He was known as a kind, benevolent man and made a saint because of his generosity. In honor of St. Nicholas, December 6 became the traditional day in Europe for the exchange of Christmas gifts and the beginning of the holiday season. Dutch immigrants to the United States brought with them their version of the gift-giving St. Nicholas, known as “Sinter

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Dip And Dine | Recipes

Dip And Dine | Recipes






Bacon and cheese – that is all! Okay, not really … Do you ever get bored making the same dishes over and over? But you continue doing it because they’re delicious and you just don’t mess with delicious after all. Well, we think it’s time “delicious” turns to perfection! You’ll want to try our no-fuss take on two favorites! 

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Christmas Favorites!

Christmas Favorites!






Bronner’s offers over 50,000 items in-store, so our buyers see a wide assortment of trims and gifts through the year. Just like the rest of us, though, they have their favorites! For Stacy this year, it’s Gallerie II’s art glass ornaments. “I cannot pick just one,” Stacy said. “Gallerie II’s art glass is very inexpensive compared to many you’ll find online. I just love their vibrant colors and great details. How can you not be happy looking at them? “The

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