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Elle, an accomplished baker, has a recipe for every event in her life. But when she discovers her husband’s infidelity, she doesn’t know what to make of it. Jam, maybe? Fed up with the stale crumbs of her marriage, Elle revisits past recipes and the events that inspired them. A recipe for scones reminds her of her father’s death, cinnamon rolls signify the problematic courtship with her husband, and a batch of chocolate cookies casts Elle in a less-than-flattering light. As secrets from the past collide with the conflicts of the present, Elle struggles to manage her bakery business and maintain the relationships most important to her. In piecing her life back together, will Elle learn to take the bitter with the sweet?

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The BestReviews team of experts has selected the best Advent calendars out of dozens of options. Don't buy an Advent calendar before reading these reviews.

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April 17, 1926 - May 7, 2020 Joy Silvis Keasey, 94, of Shadowline Dr., Boone, passed away Thursday, May 7, 2020, at Watauga Medical Center in …

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Here's a no-brainer: Boycott caffeine at least six hours before your normal bedtime (some experts say nothing after 3 p.m.). And caffeine is in more than just coffee, so the World Sleep Society also warns about tea and many sodas, as well as chocolate.

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Products featuring the "Rainforest Alliance Certified™" seal come from farms that passed audits and met standards for sustainability. Thousands of products have earned the seal -- including coffee, chocolate and bananas.

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"The idea is to say something positive about a child within earshot of them, but make it appear as if they are 'overhearing' you praise them to a friend," wrote Molly Cavanaugh. One pediatrician claims this kind of gossiping can be far more effective in reinforcing good habits than just telling kids.

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