Somewhere I saw this idea. A simple, heart-shaped bird feeder. Of course, we must make it. And we must make it allergy friendly! We gathered our supplies: cardboard from a cereal or other box lard or shortening SunButter (or peanut butter for those non-allergic types) bird seed string We cut out the simple heart shape. I punched a hole with the scissors and Middle Girl
Beautiful berries. Celebrate summer and enjoy a special occasion cobbler. Especially easy with a store-bought cake mix. This recipe works for any berries you come across. Those growing in your garden or those you find at the farmer’s market or the produce section of your favorite grocery store. Nana’s recipe for Berry Easy Cake Mix Cobber at $5 Dinners… Plus, since I am avoiding the
It was almost biblical…six or eight cold boiled shrimp left from a feast at supper the night before. A hungry horde to feed, a 5:00 dinner challenge… A wonderful, very easy recipe was given to us by true south Georgian gentleman…a sort of “five fishes” type for limited leftovers. It was his late mother’s concoction and promised to be delicious… Southern Shrimp Salad Ingredients Leftover
Another favorite recipe we enjoy from Hillbilly Housewife. We double the amounts for our family. Click over for the recipe. For more Sunday lunch ideas – that can be enjoyed any day of the week, see the other recipes posted here in the Fast Food for Slow Sundays category or Fast Food for Slow Sundays at Habits for a Happy Home. YUM!
Hello again. I’m back with another duct tape tutorial. This time a quick and easy bracelet! You will need: colored or printed duct tape scissors Here’s the duct tape bracelet tutorial (just 50 seconds!): You can even find Duck tape brand tape in your favorite team colors. This bracelet I embellished a little with stripes. I also cut out the Georgia G and taped
Tater Tot Casserole is a nice, filling meal for Sunday dinner. Just pull your cooked ground turkey or ground beef from the freezer. (The meat you already cooked in the slow cooker after your trip to the store). If you assemble the night before, wait to add the tater tots until right before you put it in the oven. This recipe is simple enough to
Most folks just bear with the side dish named “slaw.” I was raised to eat and love it, whether I really did or not. Cabbage is cheap, folks, and you can “doctor” up plain old slaw to where even children will tolerate having it sit like a foreign substance on the side of a plate. My sister, known to us all as “The Beloved” because
Eight-year-old’s watermelon slice. What says summer better than a luscious watermelon? A quick, simple pastel tutorial from Nana. A wonderful start to the summer. First you start with a green rind which looks like a smile. Skip up about an inch – this leaves space to show the white part of the rind. Draw a red pyramid. Fill it in with red. Take your finger