Salsa or salad? 

I ran out of salsa in the pantry and when I looked around I decided to throw a few fresh things together to attempt some salsa. It’s awesome! #salsa #lunch #summersnack #summer #food from Instagram:

Snikiddy Cheddar Baked Fries {Review/Giveaway}

Recently I joined in on a team of Mama’s for MamaBzz and my first participation is for Snikiddy Cheddar Baked Fries. Can you say yum?! One of the things that excites me is the “All Natural” part, then there is no preservatives, gluten & wheat free (hear that SisterB?) and no corn syrup. It gets even better when you look at the back of the package and find that is also has no trans fat, no hydrogenated oils, and low in saturated fat. With all the “snack foods” out there today it is quite difficult to find anything worthy of being eaten. What is Snikiddy? Founded in 2006 by Janet Owings and Mary Schulman (a mother/daughter team), Snikiddy® is a brand of great tasting, family-friendly snack foods made from simple, wholesome and real ingredients. Snikiddy® is a shortened (and let’s face it, easier to say) form of the word persnickety,. . .

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Way Back in the Country Garden

Way Back in the Country Garden by Kay Moore Genre: Christian Non-fiction Pages: 221 Date Published: May 1, 2010 Publisher: Hannibal Books Frugal, resourceful cooking . . . powerful family ties . . . Way Back in the Country Garden, in the days of long ago, families decided what was for supper by dispatching a youngster out to the family patch of dirt to see what was fresh and ready for pickin’. The Three Red-Haired Miller Girls, who grew up with modest means, nevertheless believed they were rich because the garden’s yield was so plentiful and because their creative Mama wielded her kitchen magic to make a meal fit for royalty. Introduced in Kay Moore’s previous book, Way Back in the Country, the lively Miller Girls again draw readers into their growing-up world in farm-rich Delta County, TX, where a stringent economic era-not unlike today’s tight times-saw people turn to. . .

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