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When Leah offered to ship me a Peacock Pottery dish, in trade for a recipe/blog post, I jumped at the chance. I already own (through purchase) numerous pieces of pottery from Miss Leah but I’d love to have more! Last night we prepared a family meal using four Polish Pottery serving dishes from Leah’s site […]Continue reading
Submitted by Danielle Cantrel We all want our children to eat healthy. We strive to find the best snacks, meals, and treats that will still taste good. We take the soda out of their small hands and replace it with juices and water in hopes of instilling a little bit of guidance in their future […]Continue reading
The following post is being re-printed with permission from Human Body Detectives. *You will find the Human Body Detectives books featured in our current 2011 Holiday Guide (with a PERK!). Cloves, cardamom, cinnamon…. perfect for a those cold winter days. By Dr. Heather Manley These are a few of my favorite warming spices. I love […]Continue reading
Below is a Q & A with Pam Anderson – Lean Cuisine. I was invited to submit a few questions on behalf of our community. I submitted questions that I hope will help you, also! Interview: I love to cook and can easily look into my fridge or cupboards and find ingredients that go together […]Continue reading
The folks over at Paula Deen‘s camp have kindly shared five summer recipes with our readers. If you enjoy baking, give these a gander! Cherry Cream Cheese Tarts Chocolate Chip Cheese Ball Cream Cheese Filled Biscuits Nutty Orange Coffee Cake Strawberry Shortcake Did you know? Baking and cooking with your kids is a bonding experience […]Continue reading
For a second year, our family has received the Hickory Farms Party Planner for review. We love free food. As many of you know 🙂 Over the years I’ve contemplated becoming a chef, a baker, a cook, a restaurant owner and more. I grew up in Australia and attended a small church where fellowship and […]Continue reading