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Welcome to my food blog.

My name is Diane and I am a wife, mother of two and grandmother of three wonderful grandchildren.

I have been cooking my entire life. Cooking and teaching others how to cook is my passion! I want to show you how easy it is to prepare and cook delicious food.

I also love gadgets, small appliances and cast iron.

I will show you how to make things you never even thought of making with easy step by step directions.

My hope is to give you cooking inspiration.

I welcome questions and comments.

Thank you for visiting my site.

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  1. Good morning, for some reason a comment you made on Nov. 18th (!) “Are you Goal Minded or Wandering Aimlessly?” never showed up on my notification page. I never discovered it until this morning when I was responding to another’s comment. I’m so sorry, I ALWAYS reply to a comment and pray you didn’t think I didn’t care. Thank you so much and for checking out the Redwoods. I appreciate you, ❤ (If it happens again, there must be a glitch and please let me know – hope it hasn't happened other times.) Blessings back,

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  2. thank you so much for the follow, i followed you back 🙂 also on Twitter 🙂

    great blog! thank you for this. i’ve been trying to learn how to cook and make stuff like cupcakes and that. this is gonna be helpful 🙂

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  3. First of all,thanks for your time to visit my blog and follow. After that,no matter if as a dancer I m a terrible eater,your blog made me want to try some of your lovely presented recipes! Keep up with your lovely work.Best regards,Rodo.

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  4. I can use all the inspiration I can get regarding cooking. I, too, am a mom and grandmother – 4 kids and 7 grands. I feel like I’ve done it all and just recently have gotten convicted that I need to spend time planning and reading about cooking again.

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  5. Enjoyed looking around your blog. Like the way you present the different foods and delicacies. Since English is not my native language, when I do look for a recipe, it’s usually in my own language. I used to like very much to cook and bake, but I’ve gotten lazy about such things, and often just prepare things I know without the use of a recipe at all. Fortunately, I have friends who provide additional color to my diet… though I think my enthusiasm for food has grown weak. What I still love as much as ever is bread. I make an old fashioned rye bread about twice a week, and make them small so they won’t last too long because I like bread fresh.

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  6. Hi Diane,

    Thanks for following howdysunshine.com! I look forward to perusing your recipes, they look fantastic. Strawberry, heck yeah! Cheers.

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  7. Hi, Diane! I’ve nominated you for the 3 days, 3 quotes challenge, if you’d like to take it on. If not, no problem. First time on this challenge for me. Have a great day!

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  8. Hi Diane, thanks for visiting Sound Bite Fiction.
    I am sorry to say that all the marvellous stuff here is somewhat wasted on this ancient scribe, but I wish you all the best nevertheless.
    Bon appetit!

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  9. Thank you for coming by and following my blog. I have cooked most of my life for a large family now that I am almost 80 I have tired of cooking.and do as little as possible. I do love delicious food and all of your recipes seem easy and look yummy. I am going to follow your blog and maybe I will get inspired to cook again. 🙂

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    • I had somebody ask me about using cast iron on a glass top. I do not have a glass top but from what I have read, as long as you don’t slide them it’s ok. My pans are pretty smooth on the bottom so I wouldn’tn think they would scratch. I, too, love cooking in cast iron. Thank you so much Linda!

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  10. Hi Diane. Congratulations on your fantastic and very succesful blog! You’ve created an amazing platform to share and give cooking inspiration. Wishing you showers of more and more inspiration as you gradually become a well-deserved household name!

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  11. Diane! Thank you so much for coming by my blog! When I came back to WP I remembered you but couldn’t find your blog. You always posted the most delicious recipes! So happy to see you again. 🙂 ❤

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  12. Thanks for the follow. I’m enjoying your website. Great pics. I love cooking and finding new recipes. Can’t wait to try some of yours.

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  13. Thank you. Making a pot roast is easy. I love carrots, onion, potatoes, and all the other ingredients but I haven’t cooked the meal in quite a while. The strawberry cake looks very good. Please come back to my blog more often. Take care now.

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  14. Thanks for the follow! This all looks great. Two questions if you don’t mind:
    1) how did you come upon my blog? The only reason I ask is that I can probably count my followers on one hand right now! I’m very new to this; it looks like you have a large number of followers yourself and I just want to figure out how it all works.
    2) My wife and I both work, and we have two young girls under 3 years old. We’d love to do dinner as a family but dinnertime is such a moving target; do you have any posts for recipes with short cook times to help with this scenario? I don’t mind doing prep work in the morning or even the evening before, if necessary, but I’d love to have something that we could get on the plate in under 30 minutes for impatient toddlers. Thanks for your work!

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    • I saw your blog on the feed under search. I click on search and scroll through and look at blogs that I think are interesting. I love your honesty about family. I have raised 2 kids and have 2 grandkids with us almost half the month so I can relate. As for meals I would suggest checking out my slow cooker recipes. I have quite a few listed. Not only is meat super tender and delicious cooked in a slow cooker but all the hard work is done. Get home and dish it out or add a side dish. Under my categories click on slow cooker and check out my recipes. Here is an example of one of them. https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/03/14/slow-cooker-salisbury-steak

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