Help a Family, Friend, Neighbors, and Strangers in Need

Zelda51
Hosted by Zelda Hopkins
Group active since Tue, Feb 21, 2012


This group is about helping others.And others helping us. Where we share our kindness with others. This is a Dog eat Dog world but we all need the help of others. So lets all be here for each other. Just a smile or a kind word can make a differance. Thank you Bob for helping me with this.Let us remember that God is with us every step of the way.


New Contest For September, Join In On The Fun

Zelda51
By Zelda Hopkins
Monday at 9:17 AM
Ding Dong – Ding Dong!

The school bells are ringing all over the countryside. Some are in session already, others will be within a week or so.

Do you remember coming home from school hungry like a wolf? What were some of your favorite after school snacks?

Our contest for September is along these lines. We challenge you to come up with a NEW recipe of a “kicked up,” version of an old favorite after school snack.

For instance – did your mom make you pimento-cheese & crackers? How can you kick that up a notch or two to make it a bit more updated?

Or, maybe something with peanut butter or... the choice is yours. The contest will run from September 1st – September 28th with the winner of the September Recipe Contest Winner announced on the 30th.

Ready! Set! Create!!

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Did you ever order a gift for someone then when it arrived, you really wanted it?

ReneeCooks
By Renée G.
6 Hours Ago
I know! It's just happened to me AGAIN!

I ordered something for the person for whom I am Secret Santa! Said item just arrived and it is so incredible, I want to keep it. Decisions! Decisions!

Have you begun shopping for your giftee, yet?

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And, as we prepare to say goodbye to New England and Noreen for today – let’s pinch this New England favorite.


Before we put the cover on our outdoor grills for the season – let’s give this one a try.

September Contest - "Kicked Up" After School Snack

frenchtutor
By Susan Feliciano
7 Hours Ago
Earlier I shared variations on the peanut butter sandwich, which was our usual after-school snack when we were growing up.
My children didn't go to school as we homeschooled them, so there wasn't really much of an "after school" homecoming. But when they finished their daily school work, they would help me in the garden or the kitchen, preparing dinner, or canning and putting up preserves.
One snack they loved to make was peanut butter balls made with powdered milk and honey. I didn't really have a recipe, just stirred together a cup of peanut butter, a cup of powdered milk, and about 1/2 a cup of honey, adding a little more dry milk if necessary to make it stiff enough to roll into balls. We would refrigerate them and enjoy them cold. I also used practically the same recipe at my church's day care center as "edible play dough."
Then, the other day, I ran across a recipe on JAP and saved it - so my girls can have access to it now.
Three Way Peanut Butter Balls

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We’re all trying to eat a bit lighter these days, but no need to give up flavor.

Belly warming slow cooker dinner -

Ummm, you got your chocolate on my peanut butter –