Produce Tips: Eggplant
This is why I home school. I refuse to sacrifice loving to learn for pedestrian bullshit in schools.
That person gave a really one sided view of school. Seems like they had a very bad time in school, especially to give such biased answer. To each their own I guess.
This is a “one sided view” that resonates with exactly how I and many others felt about school. To me it makes perfect sense and was my actual experience. It was also why homeschooling my own kids was such a powerful choice for me to make.
Perspective, location, experience they all contribute how we view events.
To each their own indeed.
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This Dairy-Free Cornbread is the bomb. (Do you kids even say that anymore? LMAO)
My husband tries to adhere to kosher eating and as such cannot mix dairy and meat. We were making a yummy chili with beans and beef and needed something to round out the meal without dairy.
Voila Google and this recipe which won rave reviews from everyone here. (That may not sound like a big deal, but I don’t like cornbread, suckas.)
I recently gave up dairy due to how badly it affects my sinuses and while it has been awesome to breathe, I do miss cheese. A lot.
My friend Gina recommended goat cheese and while I am usually semi-impressed with plain goat cheese, this business has lavender infused into it for the most fantastic flavor!
So fuckin yum I can’t handle it!
I have 5 billion drafts in my folder and no motivation to edit and post. WTF, I fail at blog life sometimes.
Thank you to my followers for being kind enough to stick around. I swear I’ll get my groove back again:)
Spinach and Matzoh Pie
My husband made this awesome dish and I simply cannot rave about it enough. It’s similar to a spanikopita yet instead of filo dough it is made with matzoh crackers.
He followed the recipe and added sauteed onions and mushrooms to the mixture, I must say it was an excellent addition!
Click through for the original recipe:)
Home made Lemonade Party!
Oh Paula Deen, you are indeed a master at seducing my tastebuds. I like this recipe because it’s so simple and easy to tweak to your desired flavor. Click the picture for the original recipe or keep reading to see how I changed it up.
The original recipe calls for a gallon container which I do not have so I used 2 2-quart pitchers instead and made one batch of regular lemonade and one batch of strawberry lemonade.
I put 1-1/2 quarts of cold water into each pitcher, then I added:
For the strawberry lemonade, I literally added sliced strawberries to the pitcher and allowed them to soak for about 30 minutes.
Boom! World changed and suddenly my daughter tells me to “never buy the already made stuff from the store again please”. Now that is a damn fine indicator of this lemonade’s awesomeness.