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As Easter approaches, I have been thinking about what I should make to share with you all. A new recipe or my cake creations? Maybe a DIY fondant bunny to place a top of a cake?
As I was pondering about what to make, I came across the In Touch magazine that arrived in the mail and I got convicted. It reminded me of the true meaning of Easter. I was even more convicted when I read about what Dr. Charles Stanley had said about it.
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This post was originally created last year, but wasn’t able to publish.
My family loves pancakes. So, I bought a box of pancake mix just in case I become too ill to prepare homemade breakfast meals for my family in the morning. A store-bought pancake mix is so easy to prepare. All I have to do is add water and mix it and voila! I have a pancake batter. However, there are some unhealthy ingredients that really got me thinking and decided to make my own. A healthier pancake mix I can easily prepare ill or not. The result after second try? Fluffy pancakes!
Hello! It’s been a while. It’s just a note to say thank you so much to those who visited, followed, liked my posts and left comments on my blog. It really means a lot to me. To my blogging community, I apologize for not being able to visit yours in a while. I hope to be able to visit soon. To my new followers, thank you for following.
Chinese-inspired spicy Peking style baked chicken. It’s tender, juicy, incredibly tasty and delicious!
Thank God Thanksgiving is finally over. I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. Some of us are gearing up for Christmas, the biggest holidays of the year where everyone is busy making Christmas gift lists, decorating their homes with Christmas ornaments, buying Christmas trees and planning where to spend their holidays this year.
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May you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving. ❤
I hope everyone had a fun Halloween.
I was asked to be a guest on Oh, My Glai to help celebrate her first anniversary in blogosphere world. I made this refreshing, tasty and delicious Turkey Lettuce Wrap filled with some of fall’s favorite ingredients such as butternut squash, apples, dried cherries, and glazed walnuts seasoned with Korean Barbecue sauce and Stir-fry sauce for her blog. Let’s help her celebrate. Please visit her blog at Oh, My Glai.com.
To get the recipe, click here.
Thank you for your support. Have a blissful week! ❤
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