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Here’s a great way to use up any crusty bread that’s getting a little too crusty.  I had some baguettes that were past their prime, so I decided to please my crouton-loving son and make some homemade croutons.  Garlicky, salty yumminess!   Homemade Croutons 2015-09-15 19:51:16 Write a review Save Recipe Print Ingredients Baguette cubed into 1/2" squares Generous olive...

The temperature is 54 degrees.   The drizzle and clouds turn my thoughts toward a cozy bowl of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich.  Ah yes.  This is July in Alaska.  While the rest of the country is sweltering, we are cuddling up with a good book and coffee.  Don’t be jealous.  Of course, the weather also makes me a bit lazy, so I made a semi-homemade tomato soup.  This is a little more than just diluting the condensed Campbell’s...

Order Super Simple Desserts on Amazon This summer our kids joined our local library’s summer reading program.  They are to complete two out of three goals each week to earn a prize.  One task this week was to check out a cookbook and prepare a recipe from it, so the kids go this book.  I’m really impressed!  The title doesn’t lie. It really is super simple and no-bake.  I’ve probably not been as willing as I should be to let my...

  OK. OK.  So I’m only mostly sensible.  I do love my coffee.  Here’s my Coffee Lover Pinterest Board you can follow…   ...

That is … Broccoli Cheese Soup made from frozen broccoli.  No, I don’t make my family eat frozen soup.  Of course, you could make this recipe using fresh broccoli, but that’s usually not practical for me.  I’m here at the end of the month, and I haven’t gone grocery shopping yet.  I love to have fresh veggies and fruit on hand, but it can get expensive up here in Alaska.  So the next best thing is frozen veggies or fruit....

Feasting with your Slow Cooker Recommending this kitchen essential is easy for me.  It’s a New York Times Bestseller, and it’s no wonder.  I will never get rid of this cookbook!  It’s been updated since I bought this on a whim at Sam’s Club for a little more than $10.00.  During a very busy stage in life with little time...

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