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Failed Cobb Salad Pizza recipe from Cooking Light – looks good but tasted bad! Plus adorable pics of our twins!
I tried a really fun looking recipe from Cooking Light and it was a disaster. So I am sharing it with you. The good news was that same weekend our grandson twins had a hip hop concert – so adorable … Continue reading
Watching our identical twin grandsons grow up is such a joy. They are sweet and smart – and love hanging out at the farm. Always chores to do and baking and cooking with grandma. Here they are making bread with … Continue reading
This year was a challenging cake year! Noah was very specific – he wanted a vampire cake with teeth and a vampire figure on it – and blood! It had to be chocolate with chocolate frosting. Sigh. Then his twin … Continue reading
We were blessed to baby sit our four grandsons last night. What a joy! Here I am reading to the twins – such fun.
I love Chicken Nuggets but they are always deep fried. Here is a great tip from a Food Channel Show called Calorie Commando. http://bit.ly/LowCalRecipes Chicken Nuggets – Low Cal and Delicious: Ingredients: 3 Chicken breasts skinless and boneless cut into … Continue reading
How to Make Rich Shortcakes from a Biscuit Mix 3 cups Biscuit mix( you can buy this from Prepared Pantry or use Bisquick Low Fat Mix) 2 large eggs milk 1/3 cup sugar Measure the mix into a medium bowl. … Continue reading
Memories for the future – Writing a diary for your grandchildren to read – Reading to and with children is the best fun!
I started writing emails to my only son when his first child was born. The email was to the child – Jack – for him to read later when he grew up. If I wasn’t present, I wanted him to … Continue reading
70% of all behavior is actually heredity – nature – rather than nurture. I found a wonderful site called Talkabouttwins.com on google+ with lots of resources for families with identical or fraternal twins. There is an interesting article in National Geographic … Continue reading