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It's that time again and I'm sharing my famous Thanksgiving sweet potato casserole recipe. I've been making this specific casserole for our family celebration for years. This year I am making this dish to take to our church for a potluck too! *Please note: This recipe is Dairy Free, Processed food free (except for the … Continue reading Thanksgiving sweet potato casserole recipe
In today's post, I wanted to experiment on what can be done by using a Smart phone for images. So for Easter and your iPhone how do they cross paths? I was amazed at how good my iPhone 5C, iPhone6 and iPhone 7 was for photos. Add the power of WordPress to manipulate them, you can have … Continue reading Easter and your iPhone
A friend at work and I started to discuss the blog today, and I showed him a couple of the recipe's we use for breakfast at our house. He chimed in on something I had not seen (maybe I have been under a rock) that seemed very interesting. If you have not seen or heard about … Continue reading Lunch Anyone? What are Mason Jars for?
On Christmas morning, a little appliance known as a NUTRiBULLET was brought to our house. The idea was motivated by weight loss, to change how my wife and I feel day to day. In general we, (all of us Americans), eat so many heavy meals that we needed & wanted to make a change (we just don't need this much food). Juicing has … Continue reading Skinny Shamrock Shake – NUTRiBULLET
For the past three months we have replaced our normal breakfast by using our NUTRiBULLET to create a smoothie. Here's a picture of an example of what I typically make. Ingredients Carrots Handful of spinach Handful of kale Blueberries Strawberries 1 Radish Pineapple Some rolled oats If you are using this as a meal replacement … Continue reading NUTRiBULLET – meal replacement
My Great Grandma Schultz's German Lebkuchen Recipe (Lebkuchen Cookies)! After growing up on these every year at Christmas... I had a chance to cook these with my 96-year-old Grandmother Marge. If you don't know Lebkuchen, these are not your typical cookies. It takes time, lots and lots of time (Which was ok for my oldest daughter … Continue reading Lebkuchen Recipe