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Baking Day – The Fruits of Our Labor

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Are you looking for a little instant ease when it comes to kids home for summer vacation? I totally get you. Check out the Summer Survival Guide . It’s chock-full of great ideas to organize your summer and enjoy great times with yours kids. We did it! Almost. The banana bread didn’t happen, but seeing […]

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Baking Day – Storage Systems

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Having wonderful baked goods is a beautiful thing. Stashing them in the freezer so that they are at the ready is even better. But, how you store them is pretty important. They won’t go bad, per se. Freezer burn won’t make you sick. It just tastes bad. And then, what’s the point? For most cakes […]

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Baking Day – In Action

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My boys were so helpful today. I am a blessed woman. Preparing mixes for pancakes, waffles, and scones. Chocolate Chip Cookies! Yum! Peeling apples for pie. Oh my! To see more blessings worth counting, visit Gratituesday.

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Three Hours Later…

And we haven’t got a ton more accomplished. This is proving to be a bigger balancing act than I expected. But, never say DIE! (Or whatever…) Still, we’re making progress: One pie is in the oven. Two more in the freezer. FishBoy11 mixed up the cranberry bread, and it joined the pie. The baguettes are […]

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Baking Day – The Kitchen Crew

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Here’s my staff for the day: Furiously buttering a pie plate. Let’s just say my world’s a little topsy turvy today.

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An Update

We started baking two hours ago. Here’s what our list looks like. — Gramma John’s Blue Ribbon Chocolate Chip Cookies— Land O’ Lakes’ Chewy Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookies— Chocolate Chip Banana Bread— Baguettes— Calzone Dough— Cranberry Bread— Apple Pies (one to bake – one to freeze)— Chocolate Zucchini Cake— Mixes for pancakes, waffles, and Maple-Oat […]

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Pizza (or Calzone) Dough

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I’ve been experimenting with this dough recipe over the past few months. It seems to be working well for us. Depending on how well I work it, it can make up to six large, thin-crust pizzas. Often it turns out to be six medium to individual. If you really want large size pizzas, I’d say […]

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Ruth’s Chocolate Zucchini Cake

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My mother-in-law warned me that her son didn’t like vegetables. He denied it vehemently. He still does. But, I’ve observed the man’s eating habits over the last seventeen years, and I would say that his mother was mostly right. Her son doesn’t like many vegetables. But, he does like chocolate bundt cake – with just […]

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