Category Archives: Cooking and Baking

When an experiment goes right

On Tuesday, my daughter and I had an opportunity to spend some girl time together. We did some nails and watched a movie. Then she suggested we make some vegetable bread. While I admired her desire to make something healthy, … Continue reading

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So, do you work or are you at-home?

Somehow, I have always found the “Do you work or are you at-home?” a difficult question to answer. The answer is yes. Yes, I do work. Yes, I am at-home. There is an awkward silence followed by the “I wish … Continue reading

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Double use

I’m a fan of using and reusing. Recycling is one thing, but reusing is a different slant. Here are some of my double duty kitchen items: Cooling rack for baked goods reuse as a drying rack for clean dishes. I … Continue reading

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Crockpot Oatmeal Success!

It’s amazing how an idea can drive creativity. While I had never even considered making oatmeal with my crockpot, I was determined to make it work for me. I don’t have steel cut oats–I hear they are wonderful–but it won’t … Continue reading

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Experiments in the kitchen

I’m so excited about my experiments today. One was a failure that I have turned into another experiment. I have attempted to make my own powdered laundry. I tried to make overnight crockpot oatmeal and failed. It turned into soup, … Continue reading

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When an experiment goes right

On Tuesday, my daughter and I had an opportunity to spend some girl time together. We did some nails and watched a movie. Then she suggested we make some vegetable bread. While I admired her desire to make something healthy, … Continue reading

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