Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash tastes sweet and nutty after being roasted. This vegetable makes roasted butternut squash soup very easy: it hardly needs anything other than the roasted squash. The soup can be served as is or with croutons or with a … Read more

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Six Best Pumpkins To Cook and Roast

Pumpkins used for Jack O’ Lantern are usually too stringy and watery to cook. So, how to pick the right pumpkin for roasting at your local farmer’s market? The first rule to remember is that your largest pumpkin is usually not the sweetest one. Secondly, … Read more

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Easy Breakfast Zucchini Frittata

Easy Zucchini Frittata is very tasty for breakfast for or for any other meal. It is light, fluffy and works well with a side of quinoa or with a salad. It is also delicious on its own. As zucchinis vary in … Read more

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By Anna Hicks Let’s skip the fashion statement you’re trying to make with that old, stretched out shirt. One of the reasons to leave this style statement at home is that cotton does a bad job at absorbing sweat and doesn’t … Read more

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Knights and Dragons Sensory Tub

My middle son is obsessed with knights and dragons, so I made a sensory tub to make him happy. The basic material for the tub  is rice, which I decided to color red, but on the second thought, a dark … Read more

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(Gluten-Free) Root Vegetable Galette

(Gluten-Free) Root Vegetable and Rosemary Galette offers the sweet bounty of the seasonal harvest in a warm, hearty family dish. I sprinkled the galette with some soft goat cheese, but it would be just as great without it. For the … Read more

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Homemade Mullein Oil for Ear Infection

post by Olga Sher who makes amazing beeswax candles When ear pain or infections strike, we use a very effective all-natural home remedy: homemade garlic mullein oil. My family stopped using antibiotics for ear pain about 7 years ago. We … Read more

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maple play dough

Maple-Scented Play Dough smells and feels like fall: I wanted to taste it the whole time my kids were playing with it. It smelled like crispy leaves and an apple pie. The play dough is easy to make and opens … Read more

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Pecan Pie Smoothie

With holidays drawing near, the idea of a warm pecan pie sounds amazing. This smoothie presents  a healthier, vegan version of the traditional dessert. The creamy smoothie even works for breakfast! Try my apple pie smoothie and my green pumpkin pie … Read more

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Flower Goop Slime

Flower Goop Slime is a fun sensory activity for kids as young as toddlers.  They like to stretch it between their hands, fish for the flowers and dig in it. Ingredients 1 Part Elmers Clear School Glue 1 Part Liquid … Read more

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Chocolate Pumpkin Layered Smoothie

Chocolate and Pumpkin flavors combine themselves remarkably well in this seasonal vegan and gluten-free healthy smoothie. Chocolate Pumpkin Layered Smoothie can be a tasty way to feed some pumpkin to the kids. I used freshly roasted pumpkin, but canned pumpkin puree … Read more

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crochet flowers

These crochet flowers are my new addiction. They are easy to make and they work on everything! I sew these flowers onto sweaters, dresses; I attach them to pins and hairbands for my daughter. I used this easy pattern to … Read more

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