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Homemade Italian Bread

August 23, 2014
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Nothing is better then some fresh semi-homemade bread baking in the kitchen.  I took the easy route and used my trusty bread maker, and you can certainly make this fully by hand.  This bread has the perfect blend of spices and chewy, crusty dough.  Great with Italian pasta dishes or soups.  I served this with […]

Apple Nachos

April 17, 2012

Have you seen the craze on Pinterest for  Apple Nachos?  Well I sure did and I took heart.  I love a twist on the old classic apples and peanut butter.   I made these over the weekend and they were gone like hot cakes,  and I will say I ate a bunch of them, and, do […]

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Cracked Dyed Hardboiled Eggs

April 2, 2012

*If you like recipes like these be sure to stop by my new E-cookbook E-licious and use code EASTER99 to get the book 90% off, making it only .99 cents for now through Easter Sunday only. Easter time, means tons of eggs in our household chicken eggs, Easter eggs, and more eggs.  Especially since my […]

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Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner

September 14, 2011

I’ve got a secret to share.  I haven’t bought all-purpose cleaner in years, YEARS.  I used to buy the expensive 7th Generation  spray, because I thought it was better for the environment and my household, and I still use the very bottles that spray came in. Not only did I start making this all purpose spray […]

Homemade Dishwasher Soap

July 12, 2011

I found this super simple dishwasher soap recipe when I was blog browsing a week ago.  I knew I wanted to try it immediately.  What can I say, I am a sucker for homemade, and I love this homemade Laundry detergent, so I thought I would love this, too. Plus, I had most of the ingredients […]

Zucchini Bread

May 17, 2011

This time of year when the zucchini over run our household I try to get creative with the things I can put Zukes in.  This recipe is one of my favorites to double and bake in a variety of different pans and freeze.  It’s perfect for a midday snack or dare I say it, even […]

Freezing Tomatoes

July 5, 2010

One of my favorite things to do with excess ripe garden tomatoes is to freeze them whole.  Yes, frozen whole tomatoes, it’s as easy as it sounds!  I love this because it doesn’t require any cooking, chopping, peeling, canning, and so on and so forth.  This is perfect when the season comes when your knee […]

Zucchini Marmalade

June 1, 2010

* Be sure to check out my new The Chickens page at the top right of my header.* I know what you thinking Zucchini Marmalade, this chick has lost her mind.  DT was very skeptical but I can ensure you he is now a believer, this marmalade is delicious.  A reader Diana shared this recipe […]

Granola Bars

December 29, 2009

This recipe I started making to send in DT’s lunches shortly after we were first married.  They are a great tasting, filling snack and the beauty about this recipe is that though it tastes great and is good for you, it is very versatile.  I’ve made it with chocolate chips, peanut butter, toffee bits, various […]

Puff Pastry

September 27, 2009

The September 2009 Daring Bakers’ Challenge has been chosen by Steph of a whisk and a spoon. Steph chose Vols-au-Vent, which we are pretty sure in French means, “After one bite we could die and go to heaven!”  be sure to check out the other Daring Bakers creations. I must admit I was not super […]

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