My daughter just turned five. Presents poured in from all of the country — well, mostly from the Midwest. But one came from Japan! That’s right, my brother and sister-in-law sent her a sushi maker capable of producing hearts and teddy bears. (My brother and sister-in-law are in Minnesota, not Japan. But the sushi maker [...]
In my neighbourhood nuts are not allowed at school, just like Mary’s lamb. I believe in the healthy goodness that is nuts and there’s no allergies at my house, so we eat our nuts at home.
And I cover them in chocolate for good spirits. You can skip the chocolate but I don’t advise it.
This recipe is simple to throw together and perfect for an after school snack.
My dear friend Monica, who calls herself the Italian Food Goddess, has made some major lifestyle changes in the past few years. She’s lost 70 pounds and has closely examined her relationship with food. She focuses on lean and green cooking that still tastes great. Today she’s sharing healthy and delicious fish recipe. Buon Appetito! [...]
If you are new to Homemade Frontier (Hi! Welcome) you might not know that we have a whole lot of super duper recipes archived here. We want to share them. If you aren’t new to Homemade Frontier we’re still thrilled to see you and hope you getting cooking with us. Homemade Tamales, fun for [...]
It is all science all the time right now at my house. My oldest is in a split class and is determined to keep up with everything the grade 3 class is doing in science. We’ve been busy. We started with crystals. While epsom salt crystals are a great experiment, they aren’t that much fun [...]
If you know me you likely know I have an addiction. For the most part I manage it well, until I don’t. OK, that’s a lie. I’m totally off the wagon and headed to potato chip rock bottom. Last week, I even ate jalapeño flavoured ones. They were awful but I ate them anyway. I’ve long maintained [...]
I don’t know about you but I have a lot to do in the morning: check email, check twitter, get myself showered, wade through piles of un-put-away laundry to find something to wear, coax an almost 5-year-old into dressing herself, check twitter, feed the dog and the chickens, check twitter, and make a lunches to [...]