Here are a few reasons why I decided to add this recipe to the site:
It’s our staple recipe, modified from one I found on AllRecipes.com. I use it every time my family wants pancakes and it’s convenient for me to have the recipes housed in my favorite spot. It sure beats making up a new one every weekend. This recipe actually does better when it has time to sit, making it the perfect thing to cook while simultaneously juggling other tasks like dishes and entertaining children. If I like it this much then I figured someone else out there in Internet land would too.
This month I’ve been speaking a lot about New Years Resolutions, much more so than I typically do. I guess it’s because 2016 ended up being so crazy and hectic for me that I simply got to the point where my only option was to scale back in some major ways. That meant taking on less…
This Valentine’s Day, why not have a green party? Valentine’s Day can be such a wasteful holiday, with all the mass-produced paper cards, cheap teddy bears, unhealthy chocolates, cut flowers, and all kinds of trinkets. Counteract the mass-produced junk with your green Valentine’s Day. Here are some ideas. 1. Instead of cut flowers, make paper…
Raise your hand if year after year, you find yourself running to Google to help you remember the frost date, or when to start your seeds, or what grows best in your area. I can’t be the only one, right? Keeping a garden journal will help you keep things organized, saving you time and money– not to mention so much headache of trying to remember things from years past. Kelli is sharing with us her advice on how to keep a garden journal, what to put in it and why! Here’s how you can keep a garden journal, making it the ultimate resource that will save you time and money year-after-year.
Let’s face it, stuff can take over your life pretty easily, making indulgence a bit too convenient. Perhaps you find that you shop for things you just don’t need — dollar aisle at Target, anyone?! — and before you know it you have more things than you know what to do with!
Over consumption is done to fill a void: Boredom, sadness, stress. In a time when over consumption is rampant, I thought today we could share a few tips on how to release yourself from that cycle of overconsumption, and how to cut the clutter that is already there.
Having an ex-chef as a husband comes in pretty handy sometimes. Cooking is such a big part of our lives, but sometimes I get in such a rut and need some fresh ideas to stay motivated, and that’s where he comes in handy, because he sure shows me a lot of fun things! Today I want to introduce you to: Scotch Eggs. If you’re like me and you’ve never heard of them, then get listen to this. They are eggs that are soft boiled, then shelled and wrapped in a sausage mixture, rolled around in bread crumbs, then deep fried. Seriously, y’all. You’ve got to try them!
You may have heard of fighting colds with Vitamin C, but fighting the flu with Vitamin D may be new to you. Exposure to sunshine helps the body manufacture Vitamin D, and Vitamin D boosts the body’s own virus-fighting ability. This, along with other factors, is why colds and flu increase in the wintertime when there is less sunlight. It’s science, baby!
If you’re ready to bump up your Vitamin D intake, here’s a few ways to get you started: