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If you’ve noticed that I haven’t been writing much lately, it’s because I’ve been stuck in the same rut that I’ve been in for months; tired of moving, longing to feel settled, far from the goal. I don’t to keep rehashing the same old “how does a person deal with prolonged transition?!” dilemma, but that’s pretty much what’s on my mind as of late.(that and how to get…Continue
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You don't have to be Irish to love St. Patrick's Day, and it's a festive occasion for sure. What's not to love about corned beef and cabbage? There are a lot of other staple recipes the Irish are noted for you're certain to fall in love with as well.Continue
** I'm not sure what's disappearing faster around here -- my money or our iPhone chargers.…
Some years ago, the city of Chicago adopted me.
I grew up in a place where I could see the World Trade Centers from my attic, where Puerto Rican cabbies spoke Yiddish, and where everyone thought Philadelphia was in the Midwest.
But when I moved to Chicago the day after my honeymoon, Sandburg’s “stormy, husky, brawling” city welcomed me with broad shoulders and open arms, and I fell in love with my adoptive city. Put celery salt on my Vienna Beef, make my pizza like a cheese…Continue
Added by Donna Baer on March 12, 2014 at 5:25pm — No Comments
This Banana Bread Loaf is delicious and moist with lots of flavour. Perfect sliced with tea or coffee. Banana bread is wonderful toasted too. Best with overripe bananas.
It was my birthday on Friday. I turned 21 again, but with 11…Continue
Added by Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking on May 31, 2013 at 12:51pm — No Comments
Do you have bananas that are about to go bad? If so, don’t toss them out. They are perfect for making banana muffins or bread. In fact, they can even be be turning brown. These muffins are not only easy to make but they are very moist and tasty. The crumb topping was fantastic on top of the muffins even some of mine my muffins didn’t come out looking pretty. I wanted to make something that was a bit different than the traditional banana bread recipe.
Get the recipe…Continue
Added by Christy Garrett on April 8, 2013 at 5:03pm — No Comments
I love that our little family now has a few traditions throughout the year and this is one of them! Monkey Bread. I only make it one time a year; on Christmas morning and this year I am especially excited for it (probably bc I’m pregnant and have been craaaaving it since December 1st!)
Monkey Bread is prepared on Christmas Eve and left sitting out on the counter until morning. Then, all you have to do when you wake is pop it in the oven, set a timer, and voila! 20 minutes…Continue
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My son has just started kindergarten and this new beginning is definitely a welcome change for my son.It's a little difficult for me though as i have to wake up at 5:30 am and pack lunch box for him.The first question that comes to my mind is what do i send in my T's lunch box? I did come up with some interesting ideas.Today and in my coming posts I'll share some handy tips and ideas with you.
Today's recipe is a simple yet very healthy for kids.I've used cottage cheese(Paneer),grated…
Added by Sunita P on June 12, 2012 at 1:46am — No Comments
I belong to a family that loves to eat. Whenever my mother would chide my father about keeping cholesterol at bay, the smarty-pants would point his spoon towards the sky and say, "We should feast while we're alive. I'm sure heaven is a great place, but I don't know if there's anybody up there who can cook like you…Continue
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I was given the recipe of all recipes to make super fast, easy bread, and I can’t wait to share it. This bread costs almost nothing, it’s fun to bake, and so much healthier than the store-bought bread spiked with high-fructose syrup.
Forget expensive bread machines: all you need is flour, rapid rise yeast, water, salt, olive oil, and voila — bread!
Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on March 20, 2011 at 8:40am — No Comments
I’m so excited to present to you my first cooking webisode!!! I will be making these from time to time. We are calling it, Fit Meals With Annett! I have always wanted to make my own FRESH bread! I found a good recipe, altered it a little, and now I make this bread 1-2 times a week! As of 2 weeks ago, I am no longer…Continue
Added by Annett Davis on February 3, 2011 at 10:29pm — No Comments
After I received the lovely email from my husband about the water heater being ready to burst, we decided to shut off the hot water for the rest of the evening until the repairman could come out and fix it.
Anna and I decided to go to my parent's house which is about 40 minutes
away and eat dinner and take our baths for the evening.
The spicy smells of Italian cooking on the stove tickled my nose as we walked in to my parent's house. Anna…Continue
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I received this recipe from a friend of a friend (I know it sounds cliche... but sincerely it's the truth). The original recipe can be… Continue
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Yesterday as I opened the freezer, bags of bread butts (that’s what we call the bread ends at our house) slid out. I’d been avoiding the quick-but-nevertheless-annoying re-organization of the freezer.
We’ve been eating lots of peanut butter and jellys here, whittling down the homemade jam supply from last summer. And, as I’ve never had an appreciation for the ends…Continue