Before we built our house, I literally dreamed about it for 8 years. That was 15 years ago.
I’m starting to dream about houses again! Then I saw this post from the New York Times and my heart stopped. This was the kitchen I saw!
My Dream is so Big that I can’t verbalize it yet. It is not unreachable. Just big. I’m at a point in my life where my bucket of lists is almost empty. Putting new ideas in the bucket is scary!
More pictures of the project. This is a building in Portland, Oregon. These pictures are from EmerickArchitects
Long before I knew you could make Beef Stew from scratch, there was Dinty Moore. Beef, Gravy, Potatoes, Carrots…..and some other stuffs. 🙂 I’ve had this recipe since back in the AOL days and it has become my favorite.
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Perfect for summer or winter…..but especially when winter snow is on the way!
I love the creaminess of barley in this soup along with the vegetables and beef simmering all afternoon in the homemade broth. Make plenty to freeze!
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Thanks so much for agreeing to participate in the 2014 Cover to Cover Project: Holiday Cookies! We’re thrilled to have you join us in this little baking adventure.
Your Assigned Cookie Recipe Is:
Lavender Shortbread with Fruits, Flowers and Herbs
I was so excited to receive this message a few days ago! I’m participating in the Cover to Cover project of the December Bon Appetit magazine with blogger friends Zach & Clay from The Bitten Word
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Remember this past summer when I was recipe testing for a new cookbook?! I LOVED cooking the recipes and we all LOVED the food! In exchange for testing her recipes, the author, Anna would give us a free cookbook and our names would be in the book!
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This Rainy Monday in Nebraska really needed a warm dinner to make the day better. I made some Parker House Rolls in my bread machine and mixed up some Swedish Meatballs and Mashed Potatoes.