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How to Make Beautifully Baked Bacon

Posted August 29, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet Once I discovered you could bake bacon, and that it is so easy and so delicious I will never fry again! I hate trying to fry bacon, cook eggs, make pancakes, or have stuff in the oven. I will always burn the bacon or get grease pops on me. So this is such a […]

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How to Make Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

Posted August 27, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetMy daughter and I love scrambled eggs. My husband hasn’t been a big fan. I learned he didn’t like I how I made them. I admit they never turned out as good as you would get at a diner. Hubs did some research for me, and I am now making some great fluffy scrambled eggs. […]

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Snow Cones with the Ninja Blender

Posted August 1, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetThe husband was up quite a few late nights and kept seeing infomercials for the Ninja. His reason for buying, “It makes ice into snow!” Okay…whatever. I ended up getting it for him (and me)for Christmas , because he is the hardest person to shop for.  I got the one with the food processor attachment, […]

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Kool Aid Snow Cone Syrup Recipe

Posted July 31, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetMy daughter had been wanting to make Snow Cones for a while now. We had a little family sleepover and did just that with our Ninja! Finding Snow Cone syrup was surprisingly difficulty to find. I would find a flavor or two at Wal-mart, and thought Target had them. Agreeing on flavors was the next […]

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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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Homemade Croutons

Posted June 26, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI eat salads at least 5 times a week. I love them, and they are a great side dish for me while I’m watching what I eat. I cannot have my salad if I don’t have croutons. From what I have noticed at restaurants a crouton is just dried bread. I will make rolls or loaves […]

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Bread Machine Dinner Roll Recipe

Posted June 26, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet  (Posts may contain affiliate links) I have owned bread machines for probably 20 years now. I think I am on my 4th one. I could easily find out by looking through my cookbooks. I keep every bread machine recipe book I have ever had. My very first book has the only cinnamon roll recipe […]

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Easter Ideas for the Family

Posted April 14, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI always have these great big plans (in my head) for each holiday, and every time it seems to sneak up on me! I end up spending all this time searching for ideas that I don’t have much left for the actually doing part. I thought why not put some of the things I have […]

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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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Make Ahead Monkey Bread

Posted December 12, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetMonkey Bread was something I always heard about with Cub Scouts and campouts. I tried once to make a “lighter” version..yeah Monkey Bread with very little butter is not great! Our Fall Campout this yeard had some full on Monkey Bread made in the Dutch Oven (I so want one now!), and it was good […]

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