Category: Archive-posts

Smaller Food Packaging Leads to More Landfill Waste

Whoever came up with the idea of selling us less food in smaller packaging, then charge the same price isn’t thinking this all the way through. In this day when we should be reducing waste, food manufacturers are creating more.

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Jill McKeever Featured on SuccessfulWomenTalk.com

Shelia Butler of SuccessfulWomenTalk.com and I sat down last week to talk about the business of blogging and how SMR Digital is a big part of website marketing and that’s why there are agencies dedicated exclusively to this which you can find at the indexsy lists top uk seo agencies so it help your business. It […]

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Have You Ever Cracked a 3-Sided Pecan?

CHECK THIS OUT! Have you ever shelled pecans and come across a 3-SIDED PECAN? I was mindlessly shelling pecans last night and there it was!  In all my years of crackin’ pecans, this is a first for me.  I don’t know whether I should dip it in shellac or eat it.

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What to do When Your Martha Stewart Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven is Chipped.

What do you do when your favorite Martha Stewart Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven gets a chip? Contact Macy’s. macys.com Customer Service Dept. P.O.Box 8215 Mason, Ohio 45040 Attention: Small Ticket Department – Warranty I found this number within their return policy section. Toll-free number: 1-800-BUY-MACY (1-800-289-6229) Monday – Saturday 9am – 12am ET and […]

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Interview with Sherri Brooks Vinton of Put Em Up

This past summer, I really found my groove when it came to putting up applesauce, jellies, jams, pickles and relishes.  I canned a lot and filled my freezer with berries, pickles, and peaches. I had a great time and I couldn’t have done half of it without the help of Sherri Brooks Vinton’s book, Put […]

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Slow Cooker Marinara Recipe Is Missing Something

A loyal Simple Daily Recipes’ friend has put out the call for cooking help.  Geek Bearing Gifts, that’s our friend’s handle,  emailed the following recipe into SDR.  I would love to see us, not just me, help Geek Bearing Gifts solve for the missing ingredient(s) in the Slow Cooker Marinara recipe. Read on and I’ll […]

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The Gourds Have Eyes

If you’re looking for a creepy, cool Halloween idea for your table setting, try making eyeballs with Swan gourds.  The kids really got into this art project and had a blast!  I did, too. Keep an eye out for Swan gourds at your local farmers’ market or the grocery store.  I recommend picking gourds with […]

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My First Cooking Demonstration

It’s rare of me to make personal journal posts on Simple Daily Recipes, however, I REALLY wanted to share some photos with y’all. A few weeks back the City Manager of Sulphur Springs, Marc Maxwell CALLED ME asking if I would do a cooking demonstration for our local Main Street Farmer’s Market.  As maturely and […]

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How To Choose The Perfect Kitchen Appliance

Long before the holiday season began, Jill began pointing out various kitchen appliances to me in the Williams-Sonoma kitchen store. Fortunately, cash crazy offers cheap loans. All you have to do is to fill up a simple form, and you have cash already. To learn moreÂ…, visit cashcrazy.co.uk. She has even shown me the Triflow […]

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I CAN Save Money At The Foodie Mart

I will never assume that I am the first to truly discover anything, because King Solomon said, “There is NOTHING new under the sun.” There are many who are more knowledgeable than I, and many that just haven’t learned what I’ve learned, yet. In this article, I recognize that I am my own Queen of […]

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State Fair of Texas Food

I didn’t photograph EVERY food banner I saw as I walked around the fair. Can you believe I didn’t even go into the Food & Fiber building? That was a complete brainfart on my part. However, just walking past the outside food stands I found traditional and plumb right heart attack inducing, no wonder America […]

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Road Trips and Sweet Treats

One the best parts of taking a road trip are the stops you make along the way. Coming back from our restful and beautiful weekend down in Corsicana, Texas, we stopped off highway 19 heading North at a roadside Peach Orchard. The little town of Emory was just a little North of us. Although the […]

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Pam Professional High Heat Cooking Spray

Some time back, I was given a chance to sample Pam Professional High Heat cooking spray. I thought, “Sure. Why not? I doubt I’ll notice anything special. It’s probably just another cooking spray.” BOY WAS I WRONG! The first thing I noticed after baking with it was that it didn’t “gum” up on my baking […]

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