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Easy to Make Onion Straws

Posted February 8, 2015 By dealinanddishin

TweetWe had this great BBQ place called Shyler’s. I loved their BBQ, but even more was the onion straw appetizers they had. It was a big basket of super thin sliced, lightly battered, salty onions. Sadly, Shyler’s closed some years ago, and I am giving up hope that it will reopen. I had tried before […]

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Foil Pack Meals

Posted July 22, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet I got my first taste of foil pack meals or as some call them “Hobo Meals” at our Webelos Campout. I have tried them at home in the firepit we built over Memorial Day and they’ve been a hit with my husbands, parents, and kids!! Why do I love them? 1. Customizable. It is […]

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Make Today a LEGO Day With These LEGO Activities

Posted July 15, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet My son loves LEGO’s (adores..obsesses over..those may be better words) He is almost 11 and over the last 8 years has amassed quite a collection of bricks, and still always finds new sets and mini figures he needs. Little sister (age 6) enjoys building with her brother as well. We decided to have a […]

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Crock Pot Taco Soup

Posted January 27, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetTaco Soup has to be one of the easiest and most versatile soups I have made! My first taste of it was at our Cub Scout Fall Campout. It was great for a super cold night to have some hot soup to warm us up. They simply  used pots on the fire or camp stove […]

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Strawberry Pie Cupcakes

Posted April 16, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetI have been wanting to try this Gooey Blueberry Angel Food Cake Dessert Recipe {2 ingredients!} recipe I have seen on Pinterest using Angel Food cake and pie filling. I am strawberry obsessed once the weather hits 70 degrees! A couple of my absolute favorites to make are low calorie Strawberry Pie, and Strawberry Dessert. […]

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Cub Scout Cake Bake Activities and Cake Ideas

Posted January 29, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetYou will have downtime during the Cake Bake when voting is happening, raffle tickets being sold and need something for the Scouts to do. If not a group of bored boys will be running all over the place, and with cakes a big mess could happen. Here are some Cub Scout Cake Bake activities you could do, and […]

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Local Eats-My Take on The Tin Fish (Newburgh, IN)

Posted January 12, 2013 By dealinanddishin

Tweet  I got to have lunch at The Tin Fish.  I have been wanting to go here for years. I love fish, calamari, shrimp, scallops, and clam strips..yum! We tried one time to eat here, and it was closed. Since then they added lunch hours so I met my hubby for lunch on Friday.  It […]

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What I learned at Panera

Posted January 10, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetI haven’t been to Panera in months. I used to go weekly. My favorites are were Chicken Caesar Salad, Potato Soup, and Broccoli Cheddar Soup. I can make a pretty good potato soup now, but they have a delicious broccoli cheddar soup. I thought I would get the Pick 2 and upgrade it from Caesar […]

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Cub Scout Cake Bake Ideas

Posted January 8, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetI have been on the computer most of the day today trying to come up with Cub Scout Cake Bake ideas for our Pack Cake Bake that I signed up to chair. Basically the Scouts bring in undecorated cakes, have 30 minutes to decorate in whatever them they’ve chosen, and then they are voted on and […]

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Light Breakfast Casserole

Posted September 17, 2012 By dealinanddishin

TweetWe got a Ruler grocery store I’m in love with. They sell mainly Kroger brand. So I’ve been using their frozen potato wedges a lot as a side for breakfast night. Decided to change it up and got the cubed hash browns. They are basically potatoes that are peeled and cubed no seasoning that I […]

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