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The Sound of Charity

silence of Love

Many people consider charity to be a monetary donation;  associated with the plinking sound of loose change as it hits the bottom of a red bucket, or the pan-handler’s cup.  What if charity made no sound, but was found to be so loud, that it invoked change, not only within ourselves, but within others too. In an effort to […]

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Hot Fudge Sauce

hotfudge sauce

This hot fudge sauce is versatile, yet decadent. I’ve used it on ice cream sundaes, New York Cheesecake, and even cake rolls. We’ve also made hot fudge milkshakes with it; we chill the fudge overnight first when making the milk shakes. 1 can evaporated milk (or use what’s left over from making the Basque Bread […]

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Basque Bread

basque bread

What the heck is Basque Bread?! My husband’s family use to own a sheep ranch.  John’s grandpa and grandma hired Basque sheep herders to help with the flock.  My mother in-law boasted about their cooking.  She said there were a few things outside of herding sheep that the Basques were good at: Cooking in their […]

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Bust that SUGAR!

sugar bust

I recently have been thinking a lot about my own sugar consumption.  I, like most, eat too much of the sweet stuff.  I made a rule for myself many years ago, almost 18 to be specific.  The rule was, I had to wait to consume sugar until after lunch, otherwise sugar is the only thing […]

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Healthy Immune System Aids in My Weight Loss

kronuit and belage

Many of you know that I have an autoimmune condition.  It attacks my thyroid.  I don’t have a thyroid problem, I have an immune system problem.  My goal over the last two years has been to A) Shut off the autoimmune system response B) Return to good health C) Lose unwanted body fat-not just weight. […]

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