Use Up Leftover Rice – Broccoli Rice Recipe

use up leftover rice - broccoli rice recipe

***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!***  I always seem to cook too much rice. Do you do that? I hope I’m not the only one! The following broccoli rice recipe is a great way to use up leftover rice and boost nutrition at dinner. The ingredients can be tweaked to suit your […]

Slow-Cooked Honey Chicken (a simple crockpot recipe)

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** This honey chicken recipe has been a family favorite for years. It’s yummy with vegetables on the side (and rice if you desire). Honey Chicken Recipe adapted from Jonni McCoy’s book, Miserly Meals.   Serves 4 Prep. Time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 4 hours 1 lb or […]

Tinga – A Simple Mexican Dish That Feeds a Crowd!

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** This is a delicious Mexican dish that I learned to make while at the Bible school.  One of our wonderful teachers had been a missionary in Mexico and was taught how to make it while she was there. This recipe feeds a crowd. It’s perfect for […]

Your Green Resource – Week Thirty One

Your Green Resource

***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Welcome to Week 31 of Your Green Resource! Last week we had 59 entries. There’s lots and lots of good information being shared. I love it! What is “Your Green Resource”? It’s your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of […]

How to Make a Simple Lavender Body Oil

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Body oil is excellent for dry skin. It feels extremely luxurious, but need not be kept for special occasions; body oil is a perfect moisturizer for every day use as it hydrates skin exceptionally well. To use body oil: apply to damp skin after a warm […]

How to Host a Salad Supper {Simple Hospitality for the Spring and Summer}

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** I was first introduced to the idea of having a Salad Supper when graduating from Bible college in 2001. Every year during graduation week, the ladies would have a Salad Supper. There would be a speaker, some awards and recognition, and everyone would bring a favorite […]

Delightful Links for the Weekend {4/21}

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Some favorite reads for you to peruse: Pictured above is my ever growing stash of crates. I’ve been buying them every week at Michael’s using a 40% off coupon. As I mentioned in my post about the dangers of formaldehyde, they will turn into a big […]

Your Green Resource – Week Thirty

Your Green Resource

***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Week thirty! I can’t believe we’ve been sharing our green ideas together for thirty weeks! Thanks so much for taking part (whether you link up or read), you make this a place to learn and grow. What is “Your Green Resource”? It’s your chance to share […]

How to Protect Your Family from the Dangers of Formaldehyde

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Did you know that formaldehyde is the number one toxin found in indoor air? I didn’t until some time ago. But even then I wondered, “What exactly is formaldehyde and what damage can it do?” I did a little digging and found out a good deal […]

Delightful Links for the Weekend {4/14}

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***Need homemaking help? Here’s the best resource I’ve seen!*** Hello! I hope you are all enjoying a nice weekend. I spent the morning with my youngest daughter while the older kids were at “Camp Gramma.” We went out and about and enjoyed some sunshine. We also enjoyed a smoothie together. She wanted me to take […]