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Archive for January, 2010...

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Today should be more than a day off from school, or perhaps work. It is a day to remember the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and what he did for mankind. His “I have a dream” speech should be etched in the minds of everyone. It should remind us there are many wrongs to right and needs to be met in this country and beyond.

Comments (1) Posted by Lee on Monday, January 18th, 2010

Filed under Books, Cookbooks, Cooking and kids, Good thoughts, Recipes, Recommendations

You say, “What will children do again today since we have another snow-day?” This has been a recurring question and theme these last winter days – at least here in the Midwest, as I am sure in many parts of our country. The children, and you, are probably tired of looking out the window at the snow coming down, or watching the birds at the bird feeder. Some may have even ventured outside, but I wouldn’t recommend it if your area is as cold as it here in Missouri.

Comments (2) Posted by Lee on Friday, January 8th, 2010

Filed under Books, Cookbooks, Cooking and kids, Holidays, Recipes, Regional food

We in the Midwest have had a lot of snow days recently. This is the time you want to huddle up by the fireplace with a cup of hot cider and a cookie. I know it’s the New Years and we want to cut down on sugar intake and think very seriously about healthy living. However, done in moderation, most foods are good for us. Moderation and portion size are the key words.

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Monday, January 4th, 2010

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