I pulled this out of Rocco’s book-bag this week. When I asked where Mary was, his response was, “Mary went out shopping.” And Roman said, “Yeah! Mawy’s buying Chwistmas presents!”
I mean, at least they knew where she was, right?
I happened to do more Christmas shopping of my own this…Continue
Added by Angelique Lorence on November 29, 2012 at 6:34pm — No Comments
I wanted to share an easy recipe that your family will enjoy. I love quick and easy meals that I can prepare during the week. You will need a few ingredients to make these grilled fajita chicken quesadillas.
I made these for dinner last night and wanted to share.
Find the full recipe for theFajita Chicken Quesadillas…Continue
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Summer is truly the time to enjoy the outdoors and organize impromptu gatherings and…
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By Greg Patent – Guest Contributor and Baking Wizard
Here’s a perfect light and airy dessert for summer. Over forty years ago I fell in love with a recipe called Praline Soufflé Fifi, a creation of the late and great Michael Field. You beat egg whites with sugar to make a meringue and fold in a homemade powdered pecan praline. After baking the soufflé in a hot…
Added by The Succulent Wife on July 26, 2012 at 2:29pm — No Comments
Last week, we took our official annual family camping trip. Each summer, we take one trip to a California State Park that I deem “official”because it is with kids and without cell phones, laptops, or iPods. The only media we allow are cameras and Kindles (for capturing memories, and because we can keep all our books in one place). What I discovered on this trip was that three days of no Facebook updates, no check-ins, no Tweets and no notifications can actually be…Continue
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Our life together has not been a piece of cake, no storybook romance/fairy tale. We've had a lot of rocky roads. Throughout our six, almost seven years of marriage, we have had many prayer warriors. It is by God's grace, and through our faithful prayer warriors that we are together today.
There was a time where we lived "separate" lives, strangers living under the same roof. No relationship building, no time together. He lived his life, the children and I lived ours.
Added by Misty Leask on June 25, 2012 at 7:53am — No Comments
I'm not a breakfast person. I generally hate eggs, and usually anything I eat early in the morning disagrees with my tummy. I have found, though, that smoothies work well for me in the morning. Really anytime. Plus they are quick and convenient and give me the energy I need to get from one task to the next. I wanted to share with you my Chocolate Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie recipe made with almond milk, instead of dairy milk, which is much easier on me. At 294 calories (calculated with…Continue
Added by Kasheia Williams on June 18, 2012 at 9:19pm — No Comments
By Amie Valpone, Culinary Marketing Consultant & CEO of the gluten-free blog, The Healthy Apple. Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone….I’ve created this amazing chick pea guacamole that will surely knock your socks off and keep your Cinco de Mayo festivities rollin’… SMOKED CHICKPEA GUACAMOLE for Cinco de Mayo Gluten-Free and Vegan Ingredients 2 avocados, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks 1 cup chickpeas, drained and rinsed 1 Roma tomato, diced 1/3 cup fresh cilantro, chopped 2 scallions,…Continue
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Here’s a quick and easy dish that is perfect for a cool spring evening. I opted for…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on April 21, 2012 at 6:38pm — No Comments
Here is a quick and easy cauliflower recipe that’s roasted to perfection- perfect for a…
Added by The Succulent Wife on March 6, 2012 at 5:47pm — No Comments
This is a quick, easy, fresh and tasty side dish that you can add to almost any meal. Perhaps this is even too simplistic to blog about, but it is one of my favorite salads (and apparently a favorite with my nieces and nephews as well) so I decided that I'd get it out there.
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Ready for a sweet treat on ‘Love Day’ but not ready for the sugar overload and empty calories? Look no further than…Continue
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By Margaret Plouff – Contributor, Natural Wellness
The beginning of a new year, ahhh, a time for fresh starts and new fresh energy. Time to move forward with grace and improved health, strength and vitality. The holidays were a time to indulge, and did we enjoy that! Now we have a choice to implement new healthy habits. It’s time to take exquisite care of ourselves, really show lots…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on February 2, 2012 at 6:42pm — No Comments
An evil wind blew into out house on the breath of the “year of the Dragon”. Evidentially the advent of the Chinese New Year brought a festival of bad juju on my house. We all are just falling apart. Hubs is sick, kids were sick then sick again. Ian is now rounding out the third illness, pinkeye. Or as it’s known around here, “I know it itches sweet boy but If-you-TOUCH- THAT-EYE-AGAIN-AND-SPREAD-THAT-NASTINESS-THROUGH-THE HOUSE-I’LL-CHOP-OFF-THAT-FINGER-AND-FEED-IT-TO-THE-FISHIES!” Perhaps…Continue
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My kids are sick. Jenna is coming ‘round the bend and should be ready for school tomorrow but Ian and Kara are toast. Kara’s got strep and Ian has a stomach bug…
When I went all the way to Spokane to go grocery shopping there was a man selling apples on the side of the road in the snow. I bought organic pink ladies for $.61 a pound.YUM! I ended up buying 13 pounds. That’s a lot of apples. With my sick kids I decided to make scratch applesauce.
I googled and googled and came up…Continue