Easy homemade sausage roll — TheLmZkitchen

Growing up this was one of my favourites snacks and it is perfect for a picnic or just to nibble on with a chilled drink. Ingredients: 400gram plain flour 1tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 200gram margarine / butter 1/4cup plus 7.5ml water 1 egg and 1tsp water 400g sausage meat (season light with nutmeg/salt) […]…

Penny Pinching: Coffee Filters — Peaceful Homemaking Habits

Tried to get coffee filters at the store today, completely sold out, and the online price was hiked up. So I’ll be getting creative making coffee, luckily I prepared myself for this a few weeks ago… …A few weeks ago I decided to reuse my coffee filters, it worked pretty good and was kind of […]…

Power Creamer — Journeys of a Homemaker

I don’t know why I never thought of this sooner, but instead of making a healthy morning cup of joe by hand, why not pre-mix my own ingredients for a creamer? 314 more words via Power Creamer — Journeys of a Homemaker

Frozen vegetable recipes — Weigh to Wellness Denver

Do you have an influx of frozen vegetables in your freezer? Most of us stocked up of frozen goods at the start of the “stay at home” measures. If you are not used to eating frozen vegetables regularly then you might be wondering what to do with them? We hope this blog can help you […]…

No-swim advisory issued for Oleta River State Park in North Miami — WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

A no-swim advisory has been issued at Oleta River State Park Beach and nearby areas following a sewage spill. Officials issued the advisory on Friday. Other recreational activities, including fishing and boating, should also be avoided. Non-flushable items, such as wipes, and recent heavy rains, caused a 10,000 gallon spillage at a nearby wastewater treatment… via…

#Weekend Music Share — Looking For The Light

I hope you enjoyed the little bit of fun with last week’s music. This is a great new tune by Dolly Parton. Virtual hugs. Have a great weekend. Melinda Welcome back to Weekend Music Share; the place where everyone can share their favourite music. Feel free to use the ‘Weekend Music Share‘ banner in your […]…

Sprinkles, Terralina, Paddlefish & B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. Reopen at Disney Springs — Prospective Pixie Dust

A number of restaurants reopened their doors at Disney Springs today— and of course had safety measures in place. B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co., a Disney-owned eatery has implemented plexiglass barriers to provide distance between cashiers and customers. Over at Sprinkles, the company has eliminated all in-restaurant engagement for guests. Guests are encouraged to mobile order […]…

♫ Ebony and Ivory ♫ — Filosofa’s Word

I am in a mood to end all moods tonight. Not having slept much for the past three nights, and then being slapped in the face with the horrors that are happening all over this nation that I’m forced to remain in, I really want to bash some heads in. I even yelled at the […]…

2 Ingredients Black & White Chocolate Bark —

Bark Chocolate is one of the easiest chocolate treat that you can make at home. It requires very few ingredients, no special kitchen tools and easy enough for anybody to make. You do not have to be a chocolatier to be able to make an impressive bark chocolate. This variation for instance, is so simple […]…

Spicy Chicken Soup — Kooqing — My Meals are on Wheels

Today’s recipe is a quick, wonderful and warming soup which takes only 35 minutes to prepare and cook. The soup is packed with spicy flavours and bright colors for a really attractive and hearty dish. The interesting and spicy flavors come from the combination of chilies, ginger, sugar and tamarind paste. Please do feel free…

Broccoli Salad — The Cooking Spoon

With Summer on its way, it’s great to have lots of salad recipes on hand. This Broccoli salad is so colorful and fun to make, and obviously fantastic to eat. The great thing about this particular salad is that you can even make it a day in advance, it holds up really well, making it […]…

The Great Depression vs Today’s Economy — Pacific Paratrooper

What happened during the Great Depression is very different from what is happening today, but there are some lessons in that history. We’re starting to see some devastating economic indicators related to the global pandemic. More than 3 million people filed first-time unemployment claims the third week of March. On Thursday, we’ll find out how […]…

10 Biblical Purposes for Fasting — From The Darkness Into The Light

Throughout the Bible we most often find God’s people turn to fasting as the natural, inevitable response to a grievous sacred moment in life, such as death, sin and tragedy. But other times a fast is not a spontaneous reaction and we have time to prepare to respond both physically and spiritually. Fasting is not […]…

Friendship Friday Blog Hop 433 — Create With Joy

Welcome to Friendship Friday! Welcome to Friendship Friday at Create With Joy – a week long blog party where we invite you to: Share what’s unique about your blog and spotlight your favorite features! Link your favorite posts, projects, giveaways and blog parties. Chat with us in the comments – we’d love to get to… via…

Ruff — de Wets Wild

Calidris pugnax A large population of the Ruff migrates annually to South Africa to spend the austral summer here, the first birds arriving from August and the last departing back to breed in northern Europe and Siberia by April. A few individuals choose to remain here throughout our winter. They’re mostly seen at and around […]…

Lydia Bennet: Just a Girl Who Can’t Say No — Austen Authors

Hello, Austen Lovers! Can you believe the month of May is coming to an end? Sometimes it seems time is passing so slowly; and yet, we’re nearing the half-way mark of 2020 with surprising speed! In my home state of Colorado we are still living under quarantine rules, although some restrictions have been relaxed. Now… via…

Been there before  — Fremantle Herald Interactive

‘Unprecedented’ or unprepared? A MEDICAL historian says today’s Covid-19 pandemic isn’t quite as “unprecedented” as politicians would like us to think, with many similarities to the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. University of Sydney honorary affiliate Peter Hobbins says during the 1918 pandemic, the most effective measures were quarantining and restricting public assembly….