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April, 2013

  • 16 April

    Cheesy Ham and Hashbrown Casserole

    This dish is something you can do the night before and make for breakfast the next morning by just putting in the oven straight from the fridge.  Cheese, ham, hash browns–things almost all kids love and lets face it has grown-ups all those things are yummy to us too. You can sub the ham for bacon, sausage, or veggies( heck you …

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  • 15 April

    Chicken Enchiladas

    Chicken Enchiladas can seem like a lot of work and time consuming, but with this recipe it isn’t long 30 mins prep time and 30 mins cooking time will have some yumminess that you and your family can enjoy in about an hour. Here is what you need. PREP    30 mins COOK   30 mins READY IN  1 hr Serves 8 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves …

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  • 14 April

    Chicken Lasagna

    Yes, for a lot of people, this is against everything they stand fo– a hate crime against all traditional lasagnas from the world over. Trust me, I love my hamburger and sausage, a carnivore of epic proportions, but my son loves chicken. A lot. Also his Mother doesn’t eat red meat or pork, so when she eats with us not all …

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  • 13 April

    Milk can’t fly

    Well, another week has gone by. This is what I’ve learned or what I think I learned: “Milk  can’t fly.” My son has been experimenting with his milk for some time now. Sadly, each experiment ends the same way–with the cup-and-milk going up and cup-and-milk going down. It’s easy to think: he is just making a mess; and, if he is …

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  • 13 April

    Making changes

    Changes for my son and for us, as adults, can be so hard at times. We have, in most cases, created so many self-defending bad habits that it can seem impossible for change to happen. For me, I am in the middle of trying to lose weight after a few health setbacks over the last few years; and it’s a struggle everyday breaking all …

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  • 12 April

    Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Hot Chocolate

    I am a huge hot-chocolate fan, and who doesn’t love a Reese’s peanut butter cup? So, if you like those two things, you’re going to love this. PREP time: 2 minutes COOK time: 5 minutes READY IN: 7 minutes, Serves 6 Ingredients: 1/3 cup sugar (a little more if you like it quite sweet) 1/2 cup boiling water 5-1/4 cups milk 1  teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder …

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  • 11 April

    Dance party

    My son, who has his father’s awesome booty-shaking moves, is now dancing to all any song he hears, no matter where he is… We went to the park yesterday. I was pushing him on the swings, and we were finally just about ready to head home… Of course, he wanted to go down the slide before we went home. He …

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  • 10 April


    I was watching Louisville vs Wichita State, wanting the Shockers to beat Louisville–not because I dislike Louisville or like Witchita State. I just love the underdog story. I mean… who doesn’t love a good David-against-Goliath story? I’m not sure if you’re a college basketball fan or not, but the game was a lot of fun to watch, even though I wish the outcome was different. …

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  • 9 April

    Doritos casserole- Recipe

    Here’s an easy and yummy dinner dish idea. It’s called DORITOS® casserole. Prep time plus cook time: 40 minutes. Serves  6 people easily Ingredients: 4 chicken breasts, 1 family-size can of Cream of Chicken soup, 2 medium-size containers of sour cream, 4 cups of sheared cheese 1-1/2 bag of Nacho Cheese DORITOS® (at least, I prefer the Nacho Cheese flavor) lasagna pan. Directions: Cut chicken …

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  • 8 April

    Knowing what he wants

    My son is starting to get more vocal when it comes to what he wants to eat. The problem, of course, is to get him to eat more then just what he likes. I believe he would eat chicken nuggets for every meal in a day (plus snacks) if we would allow it. Therein lies the problem. How do we …

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