Written by Rachel, Contributing Writer As you well know, it's Christmastime! Your music is playing, the stockings are hung, your tree is decorated and it's time to get baking! When I think about baking during this season, my first... Read More
As 2011 comes to an end, we’re sharing helpful lists to help you save money, stay healthy, get organized, creatively repurpose, frugally gift-give, intentionally celebrate and more in our “11 Things for 2011” series throughout these holiday months. If there... Read More
Written by Brandy Ferguson, Contributing Writer This bread is perfect any time of year, but I especially love to make it in the fall. Slightly crunchy on the outside, and super moist on the inside, it's a favorite in our family.... Read More
Knowing how to prepare real, whole foods is an absolutely necessary life skill that every child should learn. Children who are not taught the basics of food preparation will end up defaulting to processed, packaged foods, simply because they haven't... Read More
Written by Stacey Taggart, Contributing Writer My love for sourdough began on our honeymoon when my husband and I explored San Francisco. I have bought it as often as I could since then, enjoying it every single time. Not too... Read More
I grew up eating a "wife-saver" casserole each Christmas morning, with eggs and bacon and Corn Flakes crumbled on top. It was delicious and hearty, and best of all, my mom could make it the the day before and pop... Read More
I tend to be a creature of habit. I like to do things the usual or "normal" ways. I color inside the lines. I like clothes in classic styles that match easily. I prefer using tried and true recipes or... Read More
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