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We finally had a snowfall here in Denver that was more than just a dusting. And after being spoiled with a mild January, the temperature has finally become almost cold enough for my middle school son to wear a jacket … Continue reading
You remember what a powerhouse sweet potatoes are, right? Here is my favorite recipe that uses them. Sorry, this isn’t a particularly “quick” recipe, but it’s a good one to do with an extra pair of little hands to help … Continue reading
I know I wrote about coconut oil before, but I had to add some things and change my opinion on other things because of what I’ve learned since. First of all, I have tried several different brands of coconut oil, … Continue reading
How long until school starts? No, not in hours, but for those of you who knew, this post is for you. Well, to tell the truth, I don’t know how many hours until school starts, but this post is really … Continue reading
There is a lot of information out there about what is a yam, and what is a sweet potato, and how nutritious they are. But it isn’t so easy to take these facts (like: yams are not related to sweet … Continue reading
When it comes to mealtime, I’m all about quick, easy, tasty, and healthy. More and more, I’m steering away from the processed foods and trying to make things as natural, but yummy, as possible. One of my favorite simple, but … Continue reading
My 3 year old likes to eat whole apples. But she tends to eat straight through them, disregarding the fact that they have an axis of sorts. She gets to the core, and she’s done with it, even though there’s … Continue reading
In an effort to eat healthier and less processed foods, I’ve been avoiding using canned, condensed Cream O’ Whatever Soup in my cooking. But as so many recipes use it as an ingredient, I now have a substitute that is … Continue reading