Homemaking

Southwestern Egg Bake

Egg Recipe #15 Happy chickens= a lot of eggs= egg recipes for you! Brunch time must- try recipe! A great make- ahead meal that can be refrigerated up to a day in advanced, leave this dish simple with a bit of a twist to traditional bakes. Let’s begin: Southwestern Egg Bake Recipe ~Preheat oven to … Continue reading Southwestern Egg Bake

Flock of Feathers

Perhaps the most exhilarating sign of spring are the birds. Anticipating their arrival our craft area is filled with tools and supplies for creative new feeders for our feathered friends. As a teacher, I must confess, this is a unit I enjoy every year! -AND- I do not skip this unit for any age. Faithful … Continue reading Flock of Feathers

Garden in the Winter

Although gardening in the “frozen tundra” appears to be impossible, especially since there are no signs of end at this current time. Extending our growing season this year by transplanting some garden produce plants into buckets, allowed us to pick fresh peppers and tomatoes up through Christmas. It was such a nice treat to add … Continue reading Garden in the Winter

Free Editable Calendar (Along with a free 6 week menu rotation)

Planning is a drag to some. At times it’s not my favorite, but I do love to be organized! Here is one of the templates I have for organizing menus, along with an example or a (6) week adult/children’s menu. (Preschool) Feel free to download both and cut/paste for personal use only please! I have … Continue reading Free Editable Calendar (Along with a free 6 week menu rotation)

Driven

Driven “We are not driven from Behind, but lured from Before! Not pushed, but Pulled! Magnetized from Beyond!” By Lloyd C. Douglas

Spanish Egg Salad Recipe

Egg Recipe #2 Happy chickens= a lot of eggs= egg recipes for you! Spanish Egg Salad Recipe (Yes this recipe can be cut in half.) ~Begin with one dozen hard-boiled eggs. ~In a large bowl, mix 3/4 cup of mayonnaise and 3/4 cup of roasted red pepper. Mix well. ~Add 1 & 1/2 teaspoons of … Continue reading Spanish Egg Salad Recipe

DIY Salsa Verde (Sweet)

Tamatillos are one of the favorite items to plant in our garden. I say one, because they are up there among the tomatoes, peppers, onions and eat before you get to the house fresh produce! Many people consider staples to be only their rice, sugars, flours, etc. In our household, I believe ketchup and salsa … Continue reading DIY Salsa Verde (Sweet)

5 Ways to Make Your Child’s First Day Successful…

Hand in all your paperwork prior to the first day. Whether we are talking childcare center, an in home daycare, the YMCA services, a new babysitter or private school; HELP by submitting a thorough child information form and other paperwork. Overall it helps those providing support and care to have an idea of your child, … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Child’s First Day Successful…


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