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  • Sep 1, 2011

    By: Admin

    How to Cook for a Herd

    I have been on the search for a GIANT pan! 

    Ya know the pan you need when you go camping with a herd, or the one you need when you have your entire family over for a cookout, or even the one you need when you want to cook a good meal without dirtying every dish in the house!

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  • Aug 31, 2011

    By: Admin

    Oatmeal Peach Betty

    For a teacher gift, I cut the bottom off of a pop-tab can of peaches, emptied it, filled it with candy, and hot glued the bottom back on (very sloppily I might add…it leaned a little). I decorated it with the words “Open for an emergency!” and some ribbon. Who wouldn’t want an emergency??? 

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  • Aug 30, 2011

    By: Admin

    Banana Perch!!

    What is Banana Perch, and who wants to eat it? 

    Well it all started out with these guys!

    Yep! These bananas have seen better days.  I guess that’s what happens when you go camping and forget to eat them!  In an effort to save the life of the banana I decided to whip up some banana muffins. 

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  • Aug 27, 2011

    By: Admin

    Sour Cream Muffins

    At our roast distaster dinner…I wanted rolls, but didn’t want to set dinner back 2 hours, so I found this in my cookbook:

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  • Aug 24, 2011

    By: Admin

    Roast Beef

    This week, I wanted to make a roast for Sunday dinner. I usually plop a chunk of beef (whatever is on sale!) in the crockpot, sprinkle with a packet of Au Jus and cover with water. I cook it for 8 hours on low and voila! Fall apart roast!  This time, I wanted to travel back in time and see how my favorite 40′s housewives did it. For that I kept my crockpot in the cupboard and pull

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