As we start a new year, we sometimes make resolutions and wishes when we don’t have proper foresight.
“Be careful what you wish for,” is from the Aesop Fable, The Old Man and Death.
Lila wrote a 23 word poem at age 89 that addresses this thought.
Everyone has a few apples in their refrigerator. This Apple Bread recipe is a lower sugar dessert that can use up those apples in the back of your refrigerator that are well past their prime. This 1950’s recipe is from a farm magazine from many years ago. It presents well, and is sure to be a great after school snack or a Christmas gift to replace that fruit cake no one cares to eat!
This Pumpkin Roll recipe is classic. Anytime I am assigned to bring a desert to an event, I will bring the Pumpkin Roll. Christmas party? Pumpkin Roll. Easter? Pumpkin Roll. July 4th? Pumpkin Roll. And I always come home with an empty plate.
If you are in the market for housing, a car, or gasoline, you may have noticed that the prices have gone up. Way up.
Here’s a recipe for no-waste Roast Beef and Potatoes that will allow you to use a cheaper cut (I used a Sirloin Tip Roast purchased for $2.99 a pound) that I guarantee will come out tender and flavorful!
With this recipe, you might have enough money left in your budget to buy a 2X4.
Tibetan Buddhists hang prayer flags high in the Himalayan Mountains. When the wind blows over a flag, the air is purified and goodwill is carried by the wind.
I did a bit of research. According to the CDC 30-40% of people in the United States suffer from some sort of insomnia. I have a sleep cure AND a way to make your children want to do homework every night!
This recipe is from someone’s grandma pulled from a farmer magazine, published in the “way back”. I’ve seen other Carmelita recipes that contain much more butter and sugar. Some Carmelita recipes include an entire can of sweetened condensed milk in addition to the extra butter and sugar. Can you say diabetic coma?
Lila wrote thirty-four word poem that gives us wise relationship advice. You will never look at a plastic shopping bag the same way again.