Easy Recipe

26 May 19
Austin Hoffman

With this incredibly easy recipe, you’ll get tender, milky, moist white bread right out of the bread machine.

26 May 19
2SISTASCOOK

Summer is finally here! I’m sure there will be plenty of barbecues, pool parties and picnics in your future! So here is a versatile recipe that is easy to prepare and is sure to be a hit at them all! I say versatile because, as with most of my recipes, you can take out what […]

26 May 19
Spiritual Enlightenment

My understanding of love has continuously evolved from my very first kiss to the moments i surrendered myself to all of Loves possibilities. What i thought was love previously was only the tip of the iceberg to what i was going to experience in the future, understandably through time it has become evident that we […]

26 May 19
Top Dog Tips

Accidents happen, especially when you’re potty training your pooch. Puppies and senior pets are known for having the occasional accident, but it can happen to any dog. That’s why it’s important for all owners to know how to get dog pee smell out of carpet.

26 May 19
Bruce Anderson's Blog

Hello everyone! Welcome back. It is finally time. My daughters Dinosaur Pull Apart Cake has come to fruition! While Regina celebrates ‘Scotty’ the Dinosaur at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum; what it should be celebrating is the successful (up for debate) creation of a Dinosaur Pull Apart Cupcake Cake! In my first post on my learning […]

26 May 19
Ho's Kitchen

A pasta sauce you can make right now with some ingredients from your pantry and bar cart

26 May 19
HealthyWealthy2

The purple latte craze is sweeping the internet and we were on board from the moment we laid eyes on it! Taro lattes are caffeine-free, chock-full of nutrients, and obviously GORGEOUS. We gave it a superfood boost with our coffee creamer.  Taro is a tropical root vegetable that grows in a variety of colors including, most famously, […]

26 May 19
JayeB's little Green Cottage

Finally it feels like summer is just around the corner! Hot yesterday but the perfect temp today . Hubby is busy helping my Son in law today so I went to my yoga class then home to putter about ! Needed to make bread so I pulled out my bread machine and set it to […]

26 May 19
Life of Linny

Let me put this out there: I am not a fan of Manhuchu. The year 2007 I was in boarding school in Zimbabwe and bread was replaced by Manhuchu. We started adding all sorts of things to make this meal bearable, from peanut butter to sugar and sometimes jam. Yes jam in samp, I kid […]

26 May 19
Girl in the Shire

Aw, here we go again.  Two years later and I’m trying to inspire myself and hopefully inspire someone else.  Here are some topics to blog about when you don’t know what else to write about. 1.  A To-Do List What kind of to-do list? Any. Mark ten things you want to get done around your […]

26 May 19
Shara Nightingales’s Starlit Life

So, you’ve heard of a Book of Shadows but what is it and how do you make one? Join me to find out how I made mine!

26 May 19
the natural ginger

I got a lot of requests for this recipe after posting it yesterday – but please don’t be disappointed that it’s way healthier than it looks! Since discovering neither of the guys in my house can have dairy, the kitchen has gone fully dairy free in solidarity (but I may keep some butter tucked away […]

26 May 19
Charles Bullock

A delicious and easy Christmas Eve recipe for your family.

26 May 19
Adventures in Rachel's Kitchen

Back in the fall, I caught cupcake fever (I’ll be sharing my favorite recipes soon). Soon I was dreaming of making my first layer cake. After much deliberation, I ordered two 8 in round pans, a turntable, and a couple of offset spatulas, and there they sat. A few weeks ago though I became inspired […]