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Once in awhile, when I make a recipe, I get a fantastic idea for a different recipe that is similar but also completely different. A little while ago,...

During the last two weeks, a ton of FABULOUS cookie recipes have been shared in the Lovely Ladies Linkup. I thought I would do a round up of all of them...

        I brag about my husband… a LOT. He is the most amazing person ever. I love him so! Seriously, He is my best...

I have to share this recipe with you. I grew up on a farm in Washington State, and growing up used to go running through and around the wheat/corn fields...

Okay, I am going to get a little nostalgic for a minute 🙂 Did anyone else grow up watching Mr.Rogers Neighborhood? I LOVED that show. I don’t...

var r = document.URL; When it comes to family recipes, this one is a shoe in. When I was growing up, we would have Sunday dinners at my Grandparents...

Pie crust is a scary thing for a lot of people. It seems like its impossible to get it right, and it’s so much easier to just buy a store bought one. But, let me tell you, a homemade pie crust makes a HUGE difference in the quality of the pie. It does take a little practice to get it perfect, but with the right recipe and few tips, you can have a super awesome pie...

This recipe seriously took like 10 minutes to make. And, it’s magic. You’ll see why later. And, I had all the ingredients on hand (and I bet you do to.) Because it uses no eggs or butter and very little sugar, it was a popular dessert during World War II. I found it in Better Homes & Gardens New Cookbook. That cook book is my number one go-to cookbook....

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