Monthly Archives: April 2010

Crock Pot BBQ Pork Ribs Recipe

Pork is served rarely in our home, but when it is, this is one of my favorite recipes. What you will need:   a crock pot, some pork ribs, a sweet onion, an apple, salt, pepper, and a jar of … Continue reading

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Citrus Herb Marinade Recipe for Filet Mignon

The weather has been nice, and the flowers are planted in the garden, so naturally it is time to bust open the grill.  To start this year off right, we made filet mignon marinated in a citrus herb sauce. To … Continue reading

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Ballerina Sweater Take Two: Complete!

About three months ago, I began making a ballet wrap sweater for my 3 year old daughter.  I have made many sweaters, some from patterns, and a few from my own imagination, and thought  would be a fun, simple project.  … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Chocolate chip cookies are my favorite cookie.  Nothing makes the house smell more like home than a batch of these lovelies baking in the oven. To begin, preheat the oven to 350°F and  round up the usual suspects:  all purpose … Continue reading

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Chicken and Dumplings Recipe

Chicken and dumplings is the one dish that everyone in the family will eat.  It is delicious, comforting, and when prepared my way, guilt free. To begin, get a large sauce pan heating over medium heat with some olive oil.  … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Toffee Cookies Recipe

Today for no other reason than to have fun, cookies were baked in the middle of the afternoon. To start, preheat the oven to 375°F. Next, in a large bowl combine shortening, peanut butter, light brown sugar, milk, and vanilla … Continue reading

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Crock Pot Meat Sauce for Pasta Recipe

This is a delicious gem that I stumbled upon on Taste of Home. Start off by browning one pound of ground beef (93/7) and one pound of mild Italian sausage in a large pan. Next toss in one medium green … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Wash Cloths: Three

The third of a series of quick and easy wash cloths is complete.  This project is worked in garter stitch, using increase and decrease techniques.  Using Paton’s Grace cotton yarn and US size 5 needles cast on 3 stitches. The … Continue reading

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