Simple Coleslaw Recipe

Cabbage can make a tasty, affordable salad, especially when purchased on sale. This cole slaw recipe bursts with sunshine flavors of lemon, carrot, and chive. Add this Simple Coleslaw to your meal plan tonight!

serving platter of coleslaw with potatoes and chicken

You may know coleslaw as that gloppy stuff you buy at the deli counter, a little overly sweet, the crunch almost nonexistent.

If that’s the only coleslaw you know, then I’d like to change that.

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Easy Tips for Quick Kitchen Clean Up

Can’t stand the mess in the kitchen? Well, before you escape… do your future self a favor and give it a good tidy. Here are some easy tips for quick kitchen clean up.

clean kitchen counters and stove

They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. What they really mean is that it’s the messiest, most used place in the home. This is where your people congregate to share a meal, to unload their lunch boxes, to do their homework, to bake cookies, and yes, to make messes.

You and I both know that we should clean as we go when we’re working in the kitchen. And we should always put things away as soon as we’re done with them. And we should never go to bed with a messy kitchen. Your mother taught you all that, didn’t she?

Well, sometimes life happens. And sometimes your kitchen gets to looking like a pack of wild hyenas had a field day with every box and bag spilled and every cupboard open, not to mention more dirty dishes than would take to feed a baseball team.

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Irish Stew & Other St Patrick’s Day Recipes

A classic Irish Stew is simple and flavorful. It comes together easily with hearty chunks of meat, potatoes, and carrots. And it brings ultimate comfort. If you’re like me and you (a) don’t like corned beef and cabbage and/or (b) don’t want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a dish that isn’t even Irish, then […]

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Gramma John’s Pat in Pan Pie Crust

Making pie crust from scratch is like kid’s play when you use Gramma John’s Pie Crust recipe. It’s simple and delicious and easy for kids and adults alike! Do you see how HAPPY that child is? He just made his first pie crust. He’s so incredibly proud of doing it himself. You’ll be that happy, […]

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Celebrate Pi Day with a Homemade Pie

Baking a homemade pie with your children can be a wonderful memory-maker as well as a tasty educational activity. Celebrate math while you’re at it! Pictured: Homemade Chocolate Cream Pie Believe it or not, there really is such a thing as Pi Day. It’s a celebration of math, believe it or not. Now, you may think […]

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Ready for Spring Break? I’ve got a shortcut.

Are you ready for Spring Break? While a welcome respite from the same old, same old daily routine, figuring out what to do with the kids can be intimidating. Especially if you don’t have an unlimited budget to hit the road. I’ve got a cool solution to your Spring Break conundrums. Traditionally the spring semester […]

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Easy Overnight Oats for Mom

I am an official ambassador for Dole Fresh Fruit and Fresh Vegetables. I have received product as well as compensation for my time spent writing. As always, all opinions expressed here are mine alone. As a mom it’s easy for you to put other people, particularly your children, before yourself. It’s what moms do. We love, we […]

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8 Great Ways to Organize Your Freezer Cooking Day

Planning to do some freezer cooking? You can make it easier and more fun when you organize your freezer cooking day with these simple tips. Pictured: How to Freeze Cookie Dough I’ve been freezer cooking since 1997. (I started young.) Over time, I’ve learned that there are some things that can really set you up […]

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