Dried Pumpkin Seed Flower

With Halloween fast approaching it will be time to carve those pumpkins with the kids. Many of you may save the pumpkin seeds to roast and eat but why not save some to make this Dried Pumpkin Seed Flower. It only requires a few ingredients which you probably already have at home. To roast the seeds remove them from the […]

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65 Years Of Marriage

I want to dedicate today’s post to my parents as yesterday they celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. I am proud of them for sticking it out through the good times and the bad. My parents weren’t rich while I was growing up, however, they took my brother and me camping, fishing, we were both involved in scouting and we were […]

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Happy Labor Day

It feels strange celebrating a holiday that recognizes people working in the USA when so many businesses can’t even get enough help to properly run their businesses. I had mixed emotions about hosting a family picnic for the holiday but since we have all been vaccinated and it will be outside, I decided to have the first big family gathering […]

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It’s Finally Here!

I bet you can’t guess what we will be doing once these hot and humid days are gone! Two dump trucks full of mulch (14 cubic yards) and more than three months after ordering it, I finally got my mulch. I contacted the place that delivered this in early May. When they didn’t bother delivering or calling me back I […]

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Imitation Cinnamon Latte

My granddaughter asked me to take her to Starbucks and buy her a Cinnamon Latte. I decided to make one instead because I refuse to pay the price they want for a coffee, latte or cappuccino. A latte is normally made with espresso, something a 10 year old does not need to drink. My granddaughter is obsessed with cinnamon, if […]

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Thank You

I am so humbled by my 11,481 followers that took my blog stats over 600,000 hits last Saturday. Who would have known that a simple country grandma like me would meet so many wonderful people just by sharing my recipes! I hope you enjoy these pictures of my Rose of Sharon Bush as much as the bees and butterflies enjoyed […]

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Happy 4th of July!

I hope everyone has a safe and fun 4th of July celebration. Enjoy your picnic, time with your family or whatever you do to celebrate. I am not cooking or celebrating this year except to watch my grandkids have fun with sparklers and smoke bombs, the legal stuff. Saturday night our neighbor did a professional style firework display for a […]

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My Summer Garden Flowers

What a beautiful way to begin the summer! Come along with me as I stroll through my flower beds. Enjoy the view that I enjoy every summer. Some of these flowers are at their peak and others are at their end, but they are still beautiful enough to share. Thank you for visiting my summer garden flowers. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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