This recipe is one of the best reasons to look forward to fall. When acorn squash is in season, it's delicious and usually really budget-friendly too. My favorite (only?) way to use it is to make stuffed squash with sausage. It's an easy recipe but be warned - this one will take a little bit of oven ... Read More about Sausage stuffed acorn squash recipe
Want a quick refresh of your kitchen decor and feeling a little crafty? Here's a whole list of gorgeous sewing projects for your kitchen. A woman cutting my fabric at the hobby store told me she made a new pair of kitchen curtains for every season. What a brilliant idea! With that in mind, I ... Read More about Things you can sew for your kitchen
Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me? Jeremiah 32:27 King James version That is the question. The Bible has the answer. (All KJV unless otherwise noted.) Ah Lord GOD! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched ... Read More about Is there anything too hard for God?
Learn how to make a reusable, reversible fabric mixing bowl cover for your stand mixer. This simple beginner sewing project is pretty, useful, and totally DIY-able! Last year I got a screaming deal on a Kitchenaid stand mixer. It was the pro version with the large bowl and it came with three ... Read More about How to sew a pretty, reversible bowl cover for your stand mixer
This is the best homemade play dough recipe ever! It's quick and easy to make, and turns out soft and pliable. It even smells like the store-bought kind. Learn how to make it below. This homemade playdough will last a long time too, as long as you keep in an airtight container. (See container ... Read More about How to make homemade play dough