In continuing celebration of eight years of Hodgepodge this month, I am putting all that I have shared around the web – in one spot. Gathering the sharing of Hodgepodge art and homeschool with a smattering of recipes – interviews, Google Hangouts, Podcasts and guest posts – right here. Art No Fuss Art for Morning Time Art for the Homeschool at HSLDA Yes You Can
When you are limited in what you can eat due to allergies and food sensitivities, it is always a blessing to find some new favorites! It has been a while since I have shared about our allergy friendly journey. Since we recently attended the Atlanta Gluten Free Allergy Friendly Expo, I felt it was time to share our top gluten free and allergy friendly favorites.
I am always on the look out for practical, healthy and delicious meals for my family. And I am so excited about Prep-Ahead Meals From Scratch by my friend Alea Milham. Why am I excited? ~ This post contains an affiliate link to this cookbook we adore. If you click on the link, you won’t pay anything extra but you will help us continue
In all of our allergy-friendly years, we have been through several Epipen bags. The bags go with us everywhere and have to be sturdy. Recently, I came across monogrammed Cinch Sac bags from Thirty-One and my friend Susan Williams at Bags Bring Us Together. I was thrilled! So, I purchased one for each of our two Epipen-toting children and gave the bags to them as
It is THE time of year for slow cooking. For simple recipes. We all need to get back in a routine so there is not much time for cooking meals. And with cooler weather we are often craving some comfort food at our house. So I have put together a round up of the top easy Hodgepodge recipes. Those YOU viewed the most often. Enjoy!
I love coffee. Back when I was a teenager I must have had a hard time getting going for school in the mornings. Because I still remember that morning my mama brought me my first cup of coffee – complete with cream and sugar. I’ve been drinking coffee ever since that morning I was 15. Iced afternoon coffee in the summers. Until last summer, that
You will find all kinds of advice on gluten free living out there in the world. And, as I said in Healthy Mama: Gluten Free Living, I am not a dietician. I am simply thrilled with the freedom I’ve found living and eating gluten free. So, today I share with you the resources I turned to early on in the journey. And our loose, family-style
Quite sporadically I have shared the blessings and successes of health and diet adjustments at Hodgepodge. You likely know about the allergy challenges we face with our children. But now that it’s been eight months of a diet change, I thought I’d share the triumphs in healthy living for me – the mama. Over the next little while I’m sharing a Healthy Mama series. I