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23 Dec Food, recipes | Comments

Nannyde’s Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Nannyde’s Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

¾ cup unsalted real butter ¾ cup Crisco 1 ½ cup granulated sugar 1 ½ cup light brown sugar 4 large eggs 1 tablespoon vanilla extract (I like Mexican vanilla) 3 cups white flour 1 cup whole wheat flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 cups steel cut oatmeal (real oatmeal not the quickie kind) 1 ...

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Candy For Breakfast

Candy For Breakfast

Candy For Breakfast The “No Cry” Way To Start Your Day It’s Fast It’s Easy and the Kids Love It! Halloween is upon us. A week from today my little spooks will be trudging around their respective neighborhoods and begging for treats. They will surely get at least a half of a felt pumpkin  sack of goodies. ...

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17 Mar Food, recipes | Comments

Experimenting With Kale – Nannyde’s Brown Stew

Experimenting With Kale – Nannyde’s Brown Stew

I made a new stew yesterday and it turned out so delicious I had to share. It was very simple to make. It took me about 60 minutes total from start to stop. Leg of lamb, Buffalo, Venison, or Beef: About four to five pounds. Two pounds of dried pinto beans soaked overnight. One cup ...

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15 Mar Daycare, Food | Comments

The Benefits of Home Made Baby Food

The Benefits of Home Made Baby Food

Baby food is very easy to make. It’s cheaper to make than buy and it’s nutritionally superior to commercial food once you get the hang of how to do it. All you really need is a steamer and a good food processor. I use the “Quick and Easy” Black and Decker model. It’s really not ...

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What Have We Created?

What Have We Created?

I dig Michael Pollan. He is the food dude who changed my life and the way I feed my kids. If you don’t know who he is, google him. When you get a chance, pick up or download a copy of “Food Inc.”  just don’t eat twelve hours before viewing. That’s some free medical advice ...

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