Surviving Hunger in 2020

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Surviving hunger in 2020, has been a challenge for many. I’ve been delivering groceries from Second Harvest to those who are unable to get out during the pandemic.  The more I see the devastation of hunger and poverty the way people live, this saddens me.  Food will become the biggest commodity in the very near future. Yet, I think even if you can’t afford a really nice home or you do, why can’t you clean it … Read more

Happy Thanksgiving 2020

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Happy Thanksgiving 2020, what a year, what’s there to be grateful for you may be wondering? Even in the little things of life we can be grateful for something. Hopefully you have had the time to reconnect with friends and family. I know many small businesses including mine closed or had to pivot. It shows how resourceful we can be. I just wondered what do I want to do next? I still have pie boxes left … Read more

Boss Appreciation Day October 16th

Boss Appreciation Day is on October 16, now that most of us are working at home are you going to appreciate your boss? How about appreciating you. Maybe it should be a day where we appreciate everyone. The day was founded by Patricia Bays Haroski, then an employee at State Farm Insurance Company in Deerfield, Illinois. Back in 1958. Guess who her boss was? Her father, it was a special day, because it was her father’s … Read more

Effortless Fruit Platz Bars

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Effortless Fruit Platz Bars, my mom used to call this Fruit Platz, is made with leftover fruit. This one is made with end of season peaches and plum sauce. Yep, it’s considered a coffee cake, it’s an old mennonite recipe. 1 cup flour (regular wheat or Gluten free) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp. baking powder 1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup milk (yogurt or buttermilk) 1 fresh egg (slightly beaten) 1 tsp. vanilla Preheat your oven to … Read more

Need a Little Help?

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Need a little help? It’s been a few months now, we have all adjusted or pivoted to changing how we are in our lives. And learn how to give and get help. I recently made up a flyer on my morning walks I’ve been dropping them off to the neighbors houses. I’m usually walking 2x a day, at the beginning of August I wanted to do some walking or hiking… so many people doing the same. … Read more

It is Surprisingly Peach Season

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It is Surprisingly Peach Season still and what about those nectarines? I’ve found them still in the stores and at the Farmers Markets. Did you know? The peach (Prunus persica) is a deciduoustreenative to the region of Northwest China between the Tarim Basin and the north slopes of the Kunlun Mountains, where it was first domesticated and cultivated. It bears edible juicy fruits with various characteristics, most called peaches and others (the glossy-skinned varieties), nectarines. read more about their history. I love both fruits and of course they … Read more

Guilt-free life can be different

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Guilt-free life can be different, Matt Walgren says, “Each of us is doing our best to handle the curve balls that have been thrown our way.” Many of us have taken on new roles, like teacher, as children stay home from school. We set aside our travels, whether that is your daily trip to the office or a past vacation. We do it out of necessity but also out of kindness for one another. For that, … Read more

A Heartwarming Apple Pie

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A Heartwarming Apple Pie, recently I made this apple pie from granny smith pies which I don’t usually use them basically because they require more sugar. It’s delicious with whipped cream or perhaps ice cream. How I made the apple pie – use this recipe – pastry crust recipe, then I cut out the seeds, core and then I thinly slice the apples 🍏 with the skin on. Why create extra work by peeling them? Plus … Read more

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