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Hello to all and welcome. I hope you will join in on the fun of sharing recipes of all kinds; A place to exchange recipes whether they are quick and easy, light and healthy, crock pot, deserts, sides, drinks, breads or main dishes. If you have ideas or questions please post them. This group is open for all to post recipes or just to have some girl talk:) Oh and guys are welcome too!:)
Welcome to the group and happy sharing!
Nov 29, 2014
Turkey Cranberry Sandwich
Jun 29, 2014
Jun 10, 2014
May 27, 2014
Cherry Rhubarb Crisp
Apr 30, 2014
Wanted to ask you ladies to post the links to your favorite take to church recipes be it main dishes to desserts. It would be greatly appreciated.
Apr 27, 2014
Mar 2, 2014
It might not be spring yet, but the time to start planting seeds is just about here! If you have a greenhouse, or a sunny window at home, you can begin planting and growing seeds indoors now, to transplant in your kitchen garden. Gardeners know the importance of enriching the soil. So, here’s an easy, natural and inexpensive way to give your vegetable plants a great start and enrich your garden bed in the process.
Save your egg cartons and organic egg shells. Keep an empty egg carton in the kitchen. As you crack an egg, place the empty shell halves in the egg carton. If the egg didn’t crack evenly, place it in the egg carton anyway. You can place another egg shell on top of it. When your carton is filled with egg shells, you’re ready to fill them with a quality potting soil, seeds and water. Place in front of a sunny window, or beneath a grow light to give your spring planting a jump start.
When it’s time to transfer your seedlings outdoors, tap the bottom of the egg shell with a hand trowel to crack it and plant the seedling within its shell directly into your garden bed. Cracking the shell will ensure proper drainage and allow the shell to start decomposing and nourishing the plant roots and garden soil.
Eggshells are an organic, biodegradable plant pot that adds calcium, nitrogen and phosphoric acid to your garden soil. Eggshells are also useful as a snail deterrent, protecting tender garden plants.
Happy Spring Gardening!
Mar 2, 2014
Some of the recipes I had seen before, but many of whom I had never seen. I think this is a great way to get to see the recipes we have missed for one reason or another.
I hope the contest goes well, and they do this again for other holidays or events, or just create a special reason and add a list of different recipes to choose from. SMILE
The site is so big, you can't possibly always see every recipe that has been posted, so this is a great way to do so. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE ON FINDING THE LUCKY PINCH IT BUTTON between the hours of 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM.
God Bless and Have a Nice Day,