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
Welcome to the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party! This week we are featuring pins for kids in the kitchen and more. Enjoy, and please do stop back by each week! –> Follow my Cooking Fun with Children Pinterest board! I have the privilege of co-hosting the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party each week with these wonderful ladies: Jamerrill @FreeHomeschoolDeals Jenn @ Daze of Adventure Toni @ The
I have been sharing a hodgepodge of YOUR favorites this last week. The posts at Hodgepodge you have read the most. In case you missed them, I have put them all in one handy spot at the bottom of this post. But these are your overall favorites from this year – Hodgepodge 2014. The TOP of the tops! Top 2014 Hodgepodge Posts 1. Free Fall
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!
Welcome to the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party! This week we are featuring December helps for the homeschool mom – encouragement, crafts, breakfast ideas and more. I just LOVE Pinterest, don’t you? Enjoy, and please do stop back by each week! Follow my Christmas, Gift Ideas and/or Holiday Habits Pinterest boards! I have the privilege of co-hosting the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party each week with these
This is my maternal grandmother’s recipe for Thanksgiving dressing. Nana has the recipe that Mamaw wrote down herself. The recipe begins with “bake a pone of cornbread.” I never wondered about the definition of a pone until I began typing this recipe. I think of a pone as just a nice, round hunk of cornbread that comes out of that black, iron skillet you cook
That calendar turned to November, didn’t it? Yes, it surprised me even though I knew it was coming. So, I thought I’d pull out the hodgepodge of holiday habits. In hopes that one might inspire you. And also to remind myself as well. Feel free to pin this and come back to it later if this is simply too early for you! Three Gifts for