Topic: tomato

The Golden Age Cook Book Reader Review; This is a book for “bloodless diet”, i.e. vegetarian cooking. It is rather extensive in size, it has the following sections: BREADS, ROLLS, EGGS SOU ... discuss

I make something like the recipe below- or rather, I used to, when money was much tighter and I had more mouths to feed. I usually added garlic and some salted nuts or seeds to mine. I would use arro ... discuss

I have gained a reputation, particularly among my oil selling friends, for being ‘anti-oil,’ and thus, to those marketing oils, untrustworthy about my concerns. But I’m not anti-oil, ... discuss

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I read a favorite blog of mine recently, Raising Arrows, and found out that after a recent miscarriage, Amy was expecting again!  I am so very happy for her.  And since she is due in January ... discuss

I've been so busy these past few weeks that many things have gone neglected.  My house isn't as clean, meals are simple & fast, & I haven't changed the sheets on my bed in 2 weeks.  Gross, I know. ... discuss

In addition to an overwhelming amount of work this spring, I've also begun/tried to take up gardening. I planted 8 broccoli seeds, and figured I'd never need 8, so I gave 4 of the sprouts to my mom. I ... discuss

 2 pounds lean ground beef or turkey  1 onion, chopped  1 bell pepper, chopped  1 carrot or celery stalk chopped (optional)  1 can stewed tomatoes &nb ... discuss

I once found a five-dollar bill. That was a good surprise. A few days later, I found that my car wouldn’t start. That was a bad surprise. My first “Face the Truth Tour” landed somew ... discuss

I had a meltdown this morning!  It was brought on by a TV commercial for something called a Perfect Polly Pet.   I was surprised by the energy with which I shouted, “No!  No!  No! No! No!  ... discuss

  I have a little going on in the vegetable garden.  Everything is up and growing except marigolds which were old seeds my Nan had so I guess they were no longer fertile.  I planted ... discuss

This is my second post on my WordPress blog, "Eating Slowly."  I'm phasing out this one, so be sure to head on over and follow me before I quit posting here altogether!  I've added a "Follow ... discuss

The annual budget irresolution is getting to be like an ABC Family Channel Christmas special: You don’t want to watch because, no matter how it turns out, you know it’s gonna be bad. This year i ... discuss

Yesterday, my wife and I went to see Restless Heart – The Confessions of St. Augustine.  I got home from work late and was sitting at the dining room table eating some delicious tomato soup at ... discuss

Will Pauline Mario's apologize for this attack on a linguistic minority. It is an obvious hate crime. It is attempted murder. Perhaps the xenophobic SSJB has a comment or will they give this woman an ... discuss

For Practical Reasons: I’M not interested in being hip or a hippie. Nor does my happiness particularly hinge on artisanal cheese. (Odd, perhaps, given that I grew up a stone fruit’s throw away fro ... discuss

There’s evidently a fine line between a “hate crime” and a BLT. The Reuters headline screamed: “Bacon found at NY Muslim celebration probed as possible hate crime.” I was expecting the subti ... discuss

I've been so busy these past few weeks that many things have gone neglected.  My house isn't as clean, meals are simple & fast, & I haven't changed the sheets on my bed in 2 weeks.  Gross, I know. ... discuss

Part One: For beginners: get a book with a pre-made OAMC plan and follow the directions step by step.  When you’re done, sit down with your feet up and take notes, what worked, what didn’ ... discuss

An old Italian gentleman lived alone in New Jersey. He wanted to plant his annual tomato garden, but it was very difficult work, as the ground was hard. His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, wa ... discuss

SCOTUS, SCHMOTUS. The First Tomato of Summer arrived yesterday, in time for Independence Day dinner. If I could find my camera I'd post a photo. ... discuss

Myth 8: Catholics do not have to believe in every doctrine of the Church, but only the most important ones; they may “dissent” from the other ones.Contraception demythologized: This is a great lie ... discuss

Having grown up in North Carolina one of the things that I developed an affinity for is barbecue. When North Carolinians refer to barbecue they mean pork. Depending on which part of the state you are ... discuss

I'm so Catholic, even my favorite garden fruit is Christian. See that cross?  A Salafist group in Egypt warns: Eating tomatoes is forbidden because they are Christian. [The tomato] praises t ... discuss

I read a favorite blog of mine recently, Raising Arrows, and found out that after a recent miscarriage, Amy was expecting again!  I am so very happy for her.  And since she is due in January ... discuss

Big news on the tomato front: They have more genes than human beings! From the NYT story: The tomato, whose genome has just now been decoded, turns out to be one well-endowed vegetable, possessin ... discuss

I received some wonderful non-book gifts (Wrath of Khan Director's Cut DVD, come to mama! And the new crucifix that is now gracing our living room ...) but for this crowd, I know that quite often the ... discuss

I get asked that a lot.I look like I'm perfectly fine, except during a hot flash (at least a dozen a day) when I more closely resemble a tomato.As of last Wednesday, I am allowed behind the wheel.That ... discuss

Let’s take another turn in this article and let’s talk somewhat about some of the common items that people are going through nowadays and maybe whenever you can just give some suggestions ... discuss

Last month, we got rid of cable TV in order to save a little money, so now we watch stuff past its prime via Netflix or Hulu. This is working extremely well (and I want to thank my friend Beth for tel ... discuss

(adapted repost) We have mostly used cloth diapers for our babies. With my first two, I did keep disposable diapers on hand specifically for 'special' situations- when we were going to be out all ... discuss

 Today is Dominic's birthday, but more about that later. Tomatoes on the right are coming up nicely, peppers on the left - not yet. Peas in last years raised bed.This years addition.&nb ... discuss

An old gentleman lived alone in New Jersey . He wanted to plant his annual tomato garden, but it was very difficult work, as the ground was hard. His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, was in pr ... discuss

I won’t try to convince you that my recipe is super-healthy, but it’s much better for you than what you buy in a can and it’s far cheaper.  We like ours to taste a lot like prepared ... discuss

Breakfasts: Shirred eggs Omelettes Almond coconut pancakes, only I'd like to remember the soak the almonds overnight first. These are grain and gluten free, can be dairy free if you use coconut mil ... discuss

He was not an easy man to get along with, as his complete estrangement from my youngest brother testifies. He hasn't known who I am for a while now. I used to be able to write funny stories here about ... discuss

I was inspired yesterday to try to post a special series of reflections-cum-tips for parents this Holy Week, starting with this one about "hugging it out." I am a bit ashamed to say though, that, even ... discuss

1.It helps to have some idea of what makes a good target price. Keep track of you Look through the store fliers for sales.  You can wait for the paper version to come in your mailbox, or you can ... discuss

I'm a true American mutt: Paternal grandparents Dutch and Italian; maternal grandparents Irish and British with a fraction of Native American. I appreciate my Italian heritage. Think of it: how way ... discuss

You’ve heard of $5 dinners, but they usually feed 4 or maybe 6 people.  Today, the 4 Moms are going to try to do better.  Really?  Is it possible to make dinner for $.50/person? In an attempt ... discuss

Joan Crawford and her 1929 Ford Town CarI was six years old in 1929 and Daddy had a black Ford, too, but not nearly as fancy as Joan Crawford’s. 1929 was also the year that my baby brother, Erni ... discuss

We love Tex-mex, and I especially love enchiladas.  They’re a great way to stretch meat and nobody will even think of complaining.  If your family enjoys beans, you can even skip the meat alt ... discuss

In addition to the things I mentioned in a previous post, and that Connie mentioned in hers, here are five small things I did this last week to help save money: Researched and Learned something new ... discuss

... is very busy. Blessed and busy. One doctor who consulted with us about the Striderling's real condition and the medication we were putting him on told us that the Striderling would soon be getting ... discuss

OK, that’s not exactly the topic we agreed on.  We were going to talk about desserts.  If you must know, I’m projecting.  I eat too many sweets.  I like to skip the bread and rice and ... discuss

Breakfasts: TVP 'Oatmeal' for the low-carber. REgular oatmeal for the rest of the family. Me: Omelettes Microwave Shirred Eggs Bacon or sausage The rest of the fam can choose from one of these reci ... discuss

This menu is essentially for me.  The rest of the family will be eating their own, non-low-carb thing.  I think I need the structure this week to stick to it. Breakfasts- two boiled eggs, s ... discuss

 The Four Moms are:  Kimberly at Raising Olives Connie, at Smockity Frocks Kim at Life in a Shoe I have been homeschooling since 1988.  Of our oldest, four of the five have gr ... discuss

 Thanks to Jennifer Fulwiler, a fellow Texan, for hosting 7 Quick Takes Friday over at Conversion Diary.com1  While fixing him a bedtime snack, my oldest, age 8, asked me w ... discuss

One of Bernard Jordan’s followers—a woman named “Karen”, just sent Hicktowners a scathing letter in support of her leader. Check it out: Let’s stop the hating! Death and life is in the p ... discuss

+ we are in the middle of a Massive Furniture Rearranging Project and I felt so very silly to be doing it at 38.5 weeks pregnant, but then I remembered we were supposed to have done it a couple weeks ... discuss

Texts From Last Night is a fairly recent web phenomenon. It’s a simple idea, but it was destined for hilarity: have people send in text messages and publish them on the web, sorted by zip code. ... discuss

Texts From Last Night is a fairly recent web phenomenon. It’s a simple idea, but it was destined for hilarity: have people send in text messages and publish them on the web, sorted by zip code. ... discuss

Declan Vincent in Uncle Dominic Joseph's outfit.The Baptism was at the Cathedral, in the afternoon. Hence the dark photography.  For some odd reason, my camera never takes decent pictures in ... discuss

(Yesterday's post has now been updated.)Today we were visiting my Auntie for most of the day so I only had breakfast and dinner at home. I had:BreakfastBaked porridge (oatmeal)Orange juiceTeaMid morn ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

. I’m indebted to my good friend Chris Lefebvre, along with the worldwide interwebs, for giving me some things to think about. I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn’t work that way. S ... discuss

So another fancy dress party is coming around and it is time to find something fun, interesting, unique, funny and sexy to wear. Not much pressure there then at all. But whilst one of the hardest part ... discuss

Structure troubles individuals seem to have approximately being on a weight loss diet could possibly be the ought to be foodstuff they will be permitted to try to eat. In addition to, your choice of f ... discuss

What do you do, if you just have to have 1 factor further to consider to try to eat? It is always extremely best to adhere to the HCG Diet regime strategy exactly, if you can. But if you require to ch ... discuss

--1-- The other day Curly says to me, "Ya know that snake skin Moe brought home from Shenandoah? He wasn't supposed to do that 'cuz it's illegal to take things from a national park." DOH!! And jus ... discuss

1. Forget the salad. Give me CHEESEBURGER., 2. MickyD's, 3. Two Generations of McDonalds restaurant owners, 4. McDonalds Blogger Event, 5. Met Ronald #McDonald today. As seen on TV., 6. Meeting Rona ... discuss

Another week has come and gone, and it’s Thursday again.  This is the day we 4 Moms try to convince our 35 children to entertain themselves and each other without talking to us every 14 seconds.  ... discuss

Today my neighbor paid me a visit.  From over the fence, she mentioned how she’d love to see my garden, as she is an avid gardener herself.  Once coming into my back yard, I realized quick ... discuss

(Yesterday's post has now been updated.)Today we were visiting my Auntie for most of the day so I only had breakfast and dinner at home. I had:BreakfastBaked porridge (oatmeal)Orange juiceTeaMid morn ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

You're looking at the title and thinking, "No, really? I never knew that!" So, we grew rosemary and scallions last year (along with other things) but they didn't mature last year. Well, they definit ... discuss

Today we celebrated Pentecost and our 7th Good Shepherd Garden Party. The Heavenly ZooPitcher of Ice Water(The Water: Revelation 7:13-17)Elbow Macaroni in a Red Tomato Sauce made with Deer&n ... discuss

From the Saturday WSJ, which just gets better and better. In the order in which the links came up in my Google reader.Demystifying the homemade souffleWhich, let's face it, is not that hard to do anyw ... discuss

I'm about a month behind where I wanted to be in starting my garden but we finally got some planting done today.  The Boy (he turns 7 tomorrow!) helped me load the seed trays with soil and then ... discuss

The Recipe: Venison Taco Salad The Ingredients 1 Tbl. evoo (extra virgin olive oil)1/4 yellow/sweet onion, diced2 cloves garlic, diced1/4 green onion, diced1 jalapeno pepper, deseeded* & diced1-2 lb ... discuss

Very helpful article from AOL: The Anti-Allergy Dietby Victoria Stein Mar 25th 2011 11:00AM With allergy season right around the corner, we've sought out the foods that will help ward off those i ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

First it was green onions, then peanut butter and now pistachios. If truth be told, there were probably a few others thrown in between. Of course, I am referring to foods that cause food poisonin ... discuss

You're looking at the title and thinking, "No, really? I never knew that!" So, we grew rosemary and scallions last year (along with other things) but they didn't mature last year. Well, they definit ... discuss

The days between Thanksgiving and Christmas that year were some of the worst days ever. Daddy had moved into a nursing home the middle of September, and over the next six weeks, mother’s health sudd ... discuss

What:  Victorian Christmas Stroll When: December 1-23, 2010 – 10am-8pm daily Where: Henry B. Plant Museum, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606 Cost: $12 for adults, $6 for childr ... discuss

After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Target. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wi ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

(Yesterday's post has now been updated.)Today we were visiting my Auntie for most of the day so I only had breakfast and dinner at home. I had:BreakfastBaked porridge (oatmeal)Orange juiceTeaMid morn ... discuss

This Guardian article, by an English stand up comic on his work experiences in Germany, was unusual in that it managed to be funny and fascinating at the same time. Here is a snippet that begins wit ... discuss

In addition to an overwhelming amount of work this spring, I've also begun/tried to take up gardening. I planted 8 broccoli seeds, and figured I'd never need 8, so I gave 4 of the sprouts to my mom. I ... discuss

Is this how the opposition is being neutralized?  Are political critics and opponents categorized as enemies of the State?  Is this the beginning of the police state and the suppression of d ... discuss

Jeremy Paul Olson (Photo/Fox 9)If Jeremy Paul Olson had better aim, he'd be the hero of many on the Left and some on the Right.During a book signing at the Mall of America, Olson was arrested for thro ... discuss

This Guardian article, by an English stand up comic on his work experiences in Germany, was unusual in that it managed to be funny and fascinating at the same time. Here is a snippet that begins wit ... discuss

Big, big swing and a miss today at both SDWatch and Madville Times. In response to my recent post - Is Abortion Wrong - Part One, college student and new contributor at SD Watch William A. Anderson jo ... discuss

I've always wanted to meet Paul Greenberg. His columns were a little island of pro-life sanity during the Clinton years, and he knows what's good: personally planted and tended and harvested but God-p ... discuss

Sup y'all, it's Rosanne and Erin from the NORTHERN WALK!!!! So, the weather outside is no longer frightful. The stove fire was so delightful. Since we had a place to go (like... DC), let it snow! Let ... discuss

We're all waiting for the Supreme Court of Texas to act. Meanwhile,Here's an older story written when Jeffs was fleeing the FBI. It does seem to indicate that some 'spiritual marriages' are just tha ... discuss

Let the record show that tomatoes went into the ground (here's the bed pre-planting) this past Sunday, April 27. (I have a young neighbor who planted nearly ten days earlier, curse her!)I exercised s ... discuss

And it's dateline Iraq! Now I feel even more solidarity with the Iraqi people. Three months after US forces dropped tonnes of bombs on Arab Jubur and put Al-Qaeda to flight, farmers are everywhere out ... discuss

Expelled might not have been the most moving documentary I saw last week, but for a film that received an astounding 9 percent on the Tomato-meter, it was an overachiever, I'd say. Subtler and cleve ... discuss

A few years ago during the midst of one of those necessary enforced budget tightening periods, somebody else asked me how we got by ( think we either had all seven of our children then, or at least si ... discuss

Food prices rising fastest in 17 years, according to this article, and I know I see evidence of this every time I go to the grocery store. I think it's interesting that the article never mentions the ... discuss

A friend sent me this recipe a couple years ago, and I just hunted it out again tonight as we are planning to cook a recipe that calls for it and our local grocery store was all out.Hunter's Sauce wit ... discuss

We have discussed the issue of a deaf couple wanting to use embryo selection to choose a deaf child before, and now the issue is again being discussed in connection with the UK's hopeless mess of a bi ... discuss

From Citizen Outreach: By: Chuck Muth ANYBODY’S BALL-GAME “In the major contests so far—Iowa, New Hampshire and Michigan—three different Republicans have finished first. ... discuss

Welcome to the 176th Carnival of the Recipes, the Literary Edition. Y'all supplied the recipes, I supplied the literary quotes based on whatever tickled my fancy adn seemed to match the recipes.I hav ... discuss

Cross-posted to Catholic Media ReviewThe newest Veggie Tales movie opens today.The latest Veggie Tale movie is coming to the big screen tomorrow. Hence, LifeSiteNews.com interviewed Veggie Tales creat ... discuss

Day one: We’re not going for a full overhaul, so you I don’t expect you to be wowed by the awesome beauty, cleanliness and organization of my canned goods cabinet. I just want to you to s ... discuss

Like so many others, I look at the new year as a time for new beginnings. I don’t usually make a formal list of resolutions but I do like to define areas for improvement, set goals and work on ... discuss

Doesn't that have a quaint, almost Victorian sound? "He's seeking a position. I'm sure he'll be placed some time soon."Ah, well.  Today I prepared my last Common Council agenda, went out to lunch ... discuss

Maybe it's Mary and me, but there is no way the child in the above photo is just a week past his fourth birthday. He looks 7 or 8 to us. Drew and Will recently had their physicals and Drew is in th ... discuss

Can you believe this man's voice? It's not Boris Karloff. The man's name is Thurl Ravenscroft (yes, he also did the voice of Tony the Tiger) singing the beloved favorite.I didn't put the video togethe ... discuss

After a lifetime of creating stunning works, painter Freddie Linsky has been plucked from obscurity and discovered by the art world.One creation of random red and green splodges called Sunrise was cap ... discuss

On a cold and blustery day like today Tomato Bisque soup is really good. Start with a bechamel sauce: 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons butter 2 cups of milk In a saucepan melt the butter and add the ... discuss

Blog Action Day: The Environmentkquote>For ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature and attributes, that is, His eternal power and divinity, have been made intelligible and clearly di ... discuss

Remember the sad, sad situation with our neighbor over a year ago when her son and some of his friends chased Jonny away as he tried to join them in shooting hoops on their driveway? We'd lived here ... discuss

I was looking at my sitemeter yesterday and I noticed that I was getting a few hits from a website that I had never heard of. So, being the curious sort I went over and saw that it was something calle ... discuss

'Food Materials' can be classified into the following categories: 1. Fuel Foods- [basically fats and starches]2. Foods for growth and Repair [meats, eggs, cheese and grains]3. Mineral Salts: Salts of ... discuss

I have become a Red Robin junkie since they opened a new restaurant near us at the new Tempe Marketplace off of McClintock Road just south of Loop 202.  I’m sure that tells all of you who live ... discuss

Not being Cajun, I have no idea how authentic this is, but Deanna requested it for her birthday. It was my first try and I pretty much winged it and the kids pretty much raved over it and ate every l ... discuss

USA Today has an article about Ave Maria University. On Saturday, the town will open its doors to the public. Next week, Ave Maria University will move from its cramped quarters in Naples to a permane ... discuss

The following story (which has been known for years) is excerpted from the National Catholic Register.When EPA-funded scientists at the University of Colorado studied fish in a pristine mountain strea ... discuss

A Movie to Celebrate: I am DavidBased on the novel "North to Freedom", by Anne Holm, "I am David" is the story of a boy of 12 who escapes a Communist prison camp, in post-war Europe, and begins an im ... discuss

Posted in The Simple LifeA couple of good friends said I should start posting more pictures on my blog, so I thought I would show you what I harvested this morning. Had just enough time in the steel ... discuss

Picture it: Manila, December 2002. After checking out of the Manila Hotel, a newlywed couple gets lost on a self-driven road trip down south, envisioning an unforgettable stay at Villa Escudero and en ... discuss

I am posting my 5 favorite meals for under $5.00 for a family of 4. My first recipe which will link to the all 5 can be found (here)This recipe is from Rachael Ray's Express Lane Meals and is one of ... discuss

Over at Custos Fidei, a bit of a Dorothy Day bash-fest has been progressing. While I am always interested in honest and intelligent forms of critical reception of major Catholic movements and figures, ... discuss

STUFFED PEPPERSIngredients1. 1 pound ground beef 2. 1/2 cup uncooked long grain white rice 3. 1 cup water 4. 6 green bell peppers 5. 2 (8 ounce) cans tomato sauce 6. 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 7. 1/2 ... discuss

It might be OK to show Madonna hanging on a mirrored cross, but don't dare let Bob and Larry tell kids that God loves them. The wildly popular VeggieTales kids videos about vegetables who talk and si ... discuss

From WorldNetDaily... The wildly popular VeggieTales kids videos about vegetables who talk and sing and act out Bible stories are being edited for their run on NBC's Saturday morning educational prog ... discuss

I have just found out that my husband is taking me on a surprise 2nd honeymoon this weekend.  Isn't he sweet?  I do not know where I am going, but I do know I will be back on Tuesday.  So until th ... discuss

I recently wrote that my husband is the optimist in our marriage, and I am the realist. It occurred to me, however, that there is an exception. Whenever discussion on our garden takes place, we switc ... discuss

Ten Foods You Should NEVER Eat! AACCCKKK!! Who knew??!! I take ception to the Campbell's soup one though. I think if you are using it in a recipe you can just not add in additiona salt. Or maybe ... discuss

It really is fun to watch the rotten tomatoes pile up.I'm sure Sony is wishing it called the whole thing off.RELATED: At last check, Faithmouse was working on "The Da Vinci Commode." Hope he doesn't g ... discuss

My son (grade 3) had a standardized test today. Yep, The Full Battery (whatever that means!). I think it is funny that the state would want to test your kids on the "full battery" (including Scien ... discuss

This is a great Middle Eastern recipe to use as a lunch, or excellent to serve as an accompaniment to chicken or beef.  Another great idea is to serve this as part of your salad dinners to keep t ... discuss

This salad is nothing short of easy, and most ethnic groups have this type of salad.  A legume, a vegetable, and some robust flavors like garlic and onion, and a dressing, and you have a del ... discuss

Last week, The Smoking Gun posted "Dick Cheney's suite demands." He doesn't demand much -- a private bathroom, decaf coffee, Diet Sprite. The huge revelation was that TVs be tuned to FOX News. ... discuss

It's rare that I find myself in agreement with Sen. Dianne Feinstein and the other California Sen. Barbara Boxer well unique might be more accurate, but I do. They along with Sens. Pete V. Domenic ... discuss

Here's this week's Ten on Tuesday.  Be sure to leave in the comments that yours are up so we can come see your responses.   Name 10 things you'd tell people to try....   1.  Homebi ... discuss

Looking for something else, I found this email from 1999 answering somebody's question about what we do and how we do it. Most of the answers are different now because our house has changed and so h ... discuss

“Remember the year Mom was too pregnant to make Christmas dinner?” I picture my kids in 20 years chuckling as they celebrate their own family feasts – whatever they turn out to be. I hope ... discuss

If you aren't aware, Veggie Tales are popular cartoons that re-tell Bible stories with all the characters represented as talking vegetables. The quality of the animation and humor is pretty good a ... discuss

Our family has spent a lot of time travelling this summer (which is part of the reason why my posts on this blog have been so sporadic the past few months). While we've mostly had large cities as our ... discuss

Our sixth child, a girl, was busier than a barrel full of boys. Whenshe was two, I was pregnant with our seventh. We'd just moved.People who didn't know our young Calamity (known here as the FYG) yet ... discuss

I received word yesterday that a dear friend, Wylie Porterfield, had finally succombed to terminal brain cancer. Last year, after going into seizures unexpectedly, an MRI revealed that he had a fist ... discuss

An old Italian man lived alone in the country. He wanted to dig his tomato garden, but it was very hard work as the ground was hard. His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, was in prison. The ol ... discuss

When my 6th child was three a relative came to visit and had a little conniption fitbecause our three year old didn't know her colors yet and somebody else's younger grandchild did. This would have u ... discuss

When boneless skinless chicken breasts go on sale for 1.69 a pound, the question is not, “What are we having for dinner?” but instead, “How will the chicken be cooked tonight?” This is not a ... discuss

Beware the Ides of March!  That's what I felt like yesterday, anyway... I woke up with stomach cramps and nausea, and felt unwell all day.  I did go to work, for about three hours, and then ... discuss




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