Classic French Onion Dip — Lantarra Lounge

Originally posted on Lantarra Lounge – sharing recipes for amazing homemade food: In the past I have made the most amazing hot caramelised onion dip, and I plan on making it again, it slow cooks all day and makes a huge amount of the most delicious cheesy dip. Today I just do not have the… via…

What is the Most Checked-Out Book at a Library? — Bookshelf

A measure of a community can be measured, to some extent, by the books that patrons of the local library check out the most. It gives you a sense of what they are concerned about, what they are curious about, and age range of reader (child or adult). Since the legendary New York Public Library […]…

Homemaking — 2gocaravanning

” Home is where you make it” So now we know where and when we will be going to site to commence our first season as Assistant Site Wardens, and we ( or should I say “I” ) have been busy preparing for our new home away from home. Being on holiday in your caravan/motorhome […]…

Thoughts On Marriage, Divorce and Hope — Come Home For Comfort

I like to write homemaking posts where I acknowledge how dirty and and cluttered our homes can be – and then inspire you by showing how I’ve cleaned and organized my home. I want to do the same with this post. Marriage is hard and definitely not as easy as organizing a closet, but there […]…

Phones, A Virgin, and A Boost — Snowbird of Paradise

A little while ago I was visiting with some family members and my nephew noticed my phone. It was an iPhone 5S and it worked just fine for me. My nephew commented on it and made me take a second look. I can’t remember what he said, exactly, but I remember thinking that perhaps my […]…

Presence ~ The Indishe #writephoto — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

The land undulated into endless miles merging with the distant horizon. The dried wisps of grass cavorted with tiny flowers that danced on their fragile ,thin stalks in the gentle breeze. And not a soul was in sight. The only sound was the wind whispering softly. Continue reading at The Indishe via Presence ~ The Indishe…

Macaroni Grill Copycat Penne Rustica — In Dianes Kitchen

Penne pasta, shrimp and chicken all tossed with a creamy cheese sauce then baked in the oven for an amazing meal. This is great as a family meal or for guests. Prep time is about 25 minutes and cooking time is an additional 10 – 15 minutes. Source: Adapted from Six Sisters’ Stuff Copycat Cooking […]…

Blood Orange Cake with Cardamom and Sugared Rosemary — DALLAS GARDEN BUZZ

Have you “sugared” your rosemary this year? Neither had I. Until we went to our nephew’s wedding last weekend in Tucson, Arizona, sugaring rosemary wasn’t on my list of things to accomplish for the new year. But then, everything changed. The morning of his wedding was one of those sun-drenched, crystal clear days so typical […]…

Emerging Blogger Series: Sadie — Mental Health @ Home

The emerging blogger series is aimed at community building through giving mental health bloggers who are early in their blogging evolution the opportunity to have their work seen by a wider audience. It’s also a way to introduce you as a reader to some newer members of our community. This post is by Sadie Hall… via…

David’s Chicken and Noodles — fox8.com

Chicken and Noodles 2 skinless boneless chicken breasts cooked and cut into cubes (or 2 plus cups of chopped rotisserie chicken) 2 tbs butter ½ c. Diced carrot ½ c. Diced celery ½ c. Diced onion Pinch salt and pepper 2 ½ tbs flour 2 c. Chicken broth (I used “Better Than Bouillon”) ½ c.… via…

Caught In The FogLight – Ghosts Of Cooling Towers Past — Tish Farrell

This photo was taken at the end of November not long before Ironbridge Power Station was spectacularly demolished. I’ve always been drawn to the epic quality of the cooling towers, though not necessarily always in a comfortable way. I’m ever a sucker for earthenware and the smooth curves of the terracotta brickwork, and the way […]…

paleo cinnamon swirl bread — Back Porch Paleo — My Meals are on Wheels

A variation of our Paleo sandwich bread recipe. Slightly sweet cinnamon sugar variation with so many Paleo breakfast possibilities! Using only one flour – Otto’s Cassava Flour! via paleo cinnamon swirl bread — Back Porch Paleo via paleo cinnamon swirl bread — Back Porch Paleo — My Meals are on Wheels

Wacky Wednesday — Lisa s Everyday Life

Hat Day Fun ! National Hat Day is an unofficial holiday which falls annually on January 15th. It celebrates one of the oldest human accessories. What does wearing a hat symbolize?The hat represents authority and power. Because it covers the head, the hat contains thought; therefore, if it is changed, an opinion is changed. The…

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees are… — FOX 61

This year’s inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were revealed Wednesday. They are Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex. Jon Landau and Irving Azoff are the recipients of the Ahmet Ertegun Award. To be eligible for the Hall of Fame an individual artist… via…

Sausage Hash By Jena’s Tiny Kitchen

via Sausage Hash Sometimes all you want to do is chuck a bunch of chopped vegetables in a pan and cook it for a bit of time before you serve up. This sausage hash is great for a lazy morning breakfast, maybe after a big night for New Year’s Eve. It doesn’t require much seasoning,…

How about an Ostrich Omelette? — AMERICA ON COFFEE

How is the flavor of an ostrich egg different from a chicken egg? Where could you get one? 1 of 5 answers: Will Wister, knowledge smorgasbord Ostrich eggs to me tasted much more gelatinous than normal eggs. That textural difference was the main thing I noticed. In terms of color, the scrambled ostrich egg seems […]…

My Word For 2020 By Come Home For Comfort

via My Word For 2020 By Come Home For Comfort I choose my word for the year by looking back over the previous year and recalling the ways God was at work in my life. I think about the blessings and the trials of the year, and I review the passages of Scripture that were…