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My poor daughter recently said to me, "Mom I keep reading all these books that talk about Sloppy Joes, and I've never had one before. Can you please make it so I can finally try it like everyone else??" Gosh, she is so deprived! Seriously though, if that's her biggest problem this week I will gladly take it. Not to mention it was a "problem" easily solved with this recipe below. And just for the record both kids went back for seconds. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine did! :)
Have you ever tried homemade flour tortillas before? Let me just say that the taste and texture is far superior to those that come in a plastic bag at the grocery store. Those at the store honestly don’t even deserve to be called tortillas compared to the real thing. And luckily, the tastiness of
This week my girls and I did something I've been wanting to do for a LONG time ...plant our first vegetable garden at our new home! It has felt like a LONG six months since we last had access to our own homegrown vegetables (in our old backyard), and I was so ready to get back to it. After postin
You won’t believe how easy it is to make these tasty little popovers. I think my 6-year-old could practically do it by herself (if I helped her measure and handle the oven). The only thing that is remotely difficult about this recipe is that the milk and eggs have to be at room temperate in order
Surely we all know by now that the Food Industry has only one thing top of mind - and that's to make money. So they do a great job of making factory-made items appear that they're good for us when in fact they're highly processed. Here are just a few items that are touted as "healthy foods" that, when you take a look at the ingredients, you'll see really aren't!
Before you head out with your shopping list, we'd love to touch on what can be lurking in some of today's kitchen and toy products. Hannah Helsabeck of Wild Mint has partnered up with us to share some of her knowledge on toxins and what to avoid. (And a special hint—read on down below for a great giveaway!)
While we can argue that it's less expensive to cook a meal at home, the reality is that sometimes you just can't (or don't want to!), and fast food feels like the only option. Here's a list of decent meals you can find at four popular fast food chains.