I just wanted to share with busy moms a menu planning system designed for families that are on a budget and who like to cook at home.
Menu Planning Central is having a 50% off sale, and I am very excited because their are many improvements to the menus making them better and more fitting […]
This recipe was given to my daughter many years ago. Enstrom’s toffee is world renowned for being the best in the world. We are honored to have this recipe and share it with you! It will cost you about $7.50 for butter, sugar, chocolate and almonds to make this recipe. The finished […]
Pecan bars are usually a variation of thick, custardy pecan pie, however, this Cook’s Illustrated bar cookie recipe makes nuts the main focus. For the filling of a 9 X 13 sized pan the recipe calls for a full pound of pecans (4 cups) along with a mixture of brown sugar, corn syrup, and melted butter […]
Celebrate World Environment Day and Get one Blue Enviro Cloth Free
Starting today only June 5, from 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., CDT, you may purchase 2 green EnviroCloths® and receive one blue EnviroCloth FREE! A $16.49 savings. This special is available on all orders, but you will need to hurry, it expires at […]
Lemon Balm, a member of the mint family grows profusely all around my cinder block raised bed garden. It is the only plant that comes back every year more prolific than the last year no matter how much I neglect it and try to rip out unwanted leafy sprouts throughout the garden. […]
A wide assortment of Spring salad lettuces, peas, and radishes
As an aspiring gardener, I yearn to sow the earliest seeds of spring into the garden-lettuce, peas, kale, spinach, arugula, mustards, carrots, radish…yum, you get the idea. These early, fresh spring crops are up in the garden and paying off on the salad plate. Add […]
Feeling down? Here is a quick reminder that God is good all the time and all the time God is good. […]
Simple salad ingredients fulfill a number of criteria for home gardeners. Although I don’t love gardening and I have plenty of gardening space, I thought you would like to know there are lots of options if you are growing greens and salad veggies in small spaces: they’re compact in size, quick to grow, […]
Resurrection Eggs made up
I love this hands on, easy, and fun idea that have multiple purposes. Plastic Easter eggs are very inexpensive and the items that go in the eggs are easily found around the house for pennies. Have fun with your little ones.
The plastic Easter eggs are each filled […]
Gorgeous Cookie Assortment Measure Flour Correctly and Avoid Over mixing the Batter
Don’t over mix cookie dough or brownie batter once the dry ingredients have been added; doing so would overdevelop the gluten, which could hinder tenderness and result in an unpleasant texture.
Sift Nuts and Chocolate
Sift any chopped nuts or chocolate that […]
Cooler temperatures and an occasional snowstorm tell us it’s time to put the garden to bed and store the fall harvest to be enjoyed throughout the winter.
At my home, potatoes have been dug up (one of my favorite garden chores) and stored away in a dry, cool place. I […]
Heirloom seeds versus hybrid seeds – which is better?
Heirloom or Hybrid, which is better? A review of the pros and cons of each seed type should help you determine which seed type meets your goals for a mouth-watering, flavorful and successful vegetable, flower, and herb harvest this season.
Hybrid seeds grow plants that […]
If you have little ones, this might be a VERY fun project to see how the colors come out. Details follow.
Here are the basics for both hot water and cold water. Amount of time the eggs sit in the dye will affect the color.
NATURAL DYED EASTER EGGS INSTRUCTIONS
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FAST AND HEALTHY MENUS FOR BUSY MOMS – Reliable Recipes for Busy Families. 4 weeks of menus and recipes. […]
Ed Note: I wanted to let an organic farmer address their perspective regarding non-GMO, etc, and how they are living in this brave new world of farming. This comment was originally posted at an article entitled A Farmer Speaks up about GMO. Read on, there is hope and some excellent links.