Welcome back to Kitchen Tip Tuesday, I will share some tips, tricks and how to’s from some vintage cook and recipe books that I stumbled across in my travels. Now some of these tips and tricks may seem…..well let’s say a little different. However, I am sure we all can relate to some of them.
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Since we are getting a break in the weather, we decided to venture out this weekend for a little get away. Also, since Spring has finally sprung it gave us an even better reason to see what Mother Nature had begun to do.
Welcome back to Kitchen Tip Tuesday, I will share some tips, tricks and how to’s from some vintage cook and recipe books that I stumbled across in my travels. Now some of these tips and tricks may seem…..well let’s say a little different. However, to some these may be familiar or bring back a memory from a parent or grand parent.
Wishing you luck of the Irish!!!
I have to admit St. Patrick’s Day is a little lower on our list of holidays to celebrate. Even though we are of Dutch-Irish decent. My children are very random sometimes and they will just bring things up out of the blue. Keep in mind that my children are not 7 and 4 years old, they are 16 and 13. They came to me over the weekend and explained that since St. Patrick’s Day was coming up they needed a special treat. While trying to think of something I had on hand and relatively simple…..I came up with this quick treat for my Leprechauns.
We finally got a break in the weather the other day and I actually saw a large, round, orange glowing object in the sky. I realized it was something that I hadn’t seen in quite some time and it was definitely a welcome site. The temperatures were also a bit of a change from the twenties to being able to go outside in a long sleeve shirt and feeling comfortable.
I don’t know about you, but when days like this start coming around I start getting the outdoor fever.
I was walking around the yard soaking up some vitamin D and making my mental list of things to do to get the yard back in shape from the terror it has seen from the winter. [Read more…]