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Russian Kale and Red Quinoa Salad with Gorgonzola | Easy Gluten-Free Recipe

Russian Kale and Quinoa Salad

My daughter and I have sort of fallen in love with Russian Kale. This was my first year planting it in our small raised bed vegetable garden, and it will now be a yearly addition.  This variety of kale is more tender and less bitter than most, making it far more palatable, and much quicker […]

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Easy Cronuts Recipe

cronuts

I’m sure many of you have heard of Cronuts before.  If not, they are a airy doughnuts made from crescent pastry dough.  Cronuts are a nice alternative to typical cake like homemade doughnuts, and I have a really easy recipe for them to share with you today. Cut donut shapes out of crescent dough. Fry […]

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Tips for Growing Your Own Pumpkins

pumpkin growing

Growing pumpkins is so much more fun than just picking one or two out in the fall, and its a lot easier than you might think. Pumpkins come in all different sizes and colors, with some varieties growing into the giants at the county fair, and others growing into small, pie-sized varieties. Whatever type of […]

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8 Delicious Berry Lemonade Recipes

berry lemonade

Today I have a great collection of refreshing berry lemonade recipes to share with you.  After all, there is little better than a cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, except perhaps when it is enhanced with the deliciousness of berries too.  That is definitely a win-win. Berry lemonade is an easy recipe […]

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Call Me a Bug Killing She Warrior #HotShot

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I can’t tell you how much I hate even the thought of bugs or other pests in my house. If a fly inadvertently gets itself into my house, I will hunt it down all day if I have to to kill it. When I make the final killer swat and my flying nemesis is destroyed, I have been known to do a sort of celebratory war dance, which my 7 year old daughter finds immensely amusing.