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Archives for July 2011
Peach Ice Cream Recipes (Guest Post by Susanne Meyers) It’s peach season and there’s nothing better than a nice bowl of homemade peach ice cream. Here are two of my favorite recipes. Traditional Southern Peach Ice Cream 6 eggs 3 1/2 cups white sugar 10 fresh peaches 4 cups heavy cream 2 cups half-and-half cream […]
A delicious menu that’s quick and easy to make, including a chicken salad that’s great if you need something you can make ahead of time and just serve when you need it. The other recipes are different but delicious, too!
Tips for organizing clothes and linens when you only have a small amount of closet space
I wonder how many hours of our lives we have wasted worrying about things that never happen? Not too long ago I wrote an article about the spirit of fear. Shortly after I wrote it I had a very interesting conversation with an older woman I have known for a while. Even though she has […]
A free mini-e-book with easy beverage and snack tips to keep you cool this summer!
An encouraging quote for when you’re feeling worthless!
Saying I Love You with Food In this day and age of fast food restaurants and convenience food, we tend to think that most people, when going through a hard time, don’t need a meal or a jar of soup brought to them. Many years ago, before there were stores or fast food restaurants on […]
Homemade banana splits are wonderful cool desserts for hot summer days! Try these banana split recipes and ideas and please the whole family!
Welcome to our Frugal Friday link party! Check out the links below for some great money saving tips and ideas shared with us by other readers! This link party will continue through next Thursday, July 14th, so keep checking back in throughout the week to see the new links! We welcome any kind of […]
Getting out in the garden can cure all your troubles!