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Posted: 27 Feb 2014 08:14 AM PST
Are you looking for something super to snack on right about now?
Whether you’re yearning for something sweet or savory, here’s 10 terrific recipe lenses from last week’s What’s Cooking at Squidoo Quest that’ll satisfy those cravings pronto. Take a look!
I serve tapenade quite often when entertaining and it’s always a huge hit. It’s easy to make and can be prepared several days in advance. If you prefer to cut some steps from the instructions, all ingredients can be placed in a food processor and…
This recipe, is from my daughter- in- law Tricia, she works a full time job, takes care of a baby (our granddaughter) a husband (our son) and still finds the time to come home from a busy day of work and whip up this delicious sweet treat. Cream cheese cre…
Spinach is one of my favorite vegetables so I’m always on the look out for new ways to fix it. This caught my eye for it’s bite- sized cuteness! How about a few of these cute Spinach Balls, pictured here with spicy mustard, for a healthier snack…
One of the advantages of living in a big city like Tokyo is the easy access to the best foods from around the world, especially when it comes to decadent sweets. Looking for the best french pastries and English scones? They can be found practically everywh…
I love a good cracker. You know the crunchy, buttery kind. MMM! I having been a Wisconsinite all my life, and I love cheese. Sharp cheddar has always been a favorite, but Colby Jack is also wonderful. Cheese and crackers are a holiday favorite, an anytime…
This is a great snack that my mum used to give us as kids which also went down a treat at parties. Coming from a large family this was a very economical way of feeding the masses and us kids especially loved it because we got to tear away and eat pieces of…
The easiest, tastiest snack ever – mango grilled cheese This is a complete treat and is best reserved for calories- are- no- object days. Although I could eat this on every day of the week, it’s something I try to keep away from if my skinny jeans are…
Here is a fast, easy, full of flavor wholesome snack that is palate satisfying and also takes the cruchy- crave away. I like to have it as a snack, but it can compliment just about any meal. My Aunt Rosemary served this years ago once when we were all visi…
A fun chocolaty cereal snack for kids; even adults. This is a fast and easy snack to make. It required no baking in the oven. On one of my sleepless nights I was watching a foodie channel on my Roku called ifood. tv when I came across Chocolate Cornflake C…
I believe that in one of my previous recipes I have already mentioned that I love eggs. They are a versatile ingredient and can be used in numerous ways in a multitude of dishes. Omelet is traditionally a dish associated with eggs, and probably one of my f…
Posted: 27 Feb 2014 07:32 AM PST
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One of the most important things we can teach our children is how to learn and homeschooling really lets you do that. While there’s a time and place for memorization and copywork, I think the best thing you can do for your child is to show him how to use a dictionary, encyclopedia and the internet. With those tools, your kids can learn about anything they want. I’m constantly surprised at how much learning my boys do outside of school hours. When you homeschool, kids tend to have more time to pursue their interests and exercise their imaginations, so it’s important to show them how to do that.
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