15 Pioneer Recipes That Survived The Oregon Trail

Just think about riding in a covered wagon across the United States. Weeks upon weeks of travel in all sorts of terrain and weather conditions. The early settlers were a hardy and brave group of people.  One route traveled was the Oregon Trail. This was a 2,170 mile wheeled wagon route which connected the Missouri…Read more »

Celebrate spring with vegetables! — nutritionnut84

Saw this delightful recipe and couldn’t resist. It looks divine and I can’t wait to try it! Ok, so maybe squash isn’t exactly a spring veggie… but it’s still super healthy and pretty darn yummy! Plus, it’s one of my very favourite vegetables, so I figured that I ought to share this brand new recipe…Read more »

Grateful Thoughts: Soul Gift ~ My lovely gift from a beautiful friend.

I’m highlighting the blog  SOUL GIFTS written by the lovely Raili today as the subject of my Grateful Thoughts. Raili, originally from Finland, moved to Australia with her family when she was just a little girl. She also met and married a fellow Finn in the “desert heat of Mt Isa in North Queensland” of…Read more »

14 Healthy Kid-Friendly Recipes for the Holiday Season

My quest for healthy recipes, led me to this article at cookstory.com with healthy holiday recipes for kids. There’s a little of everything, 14 recipes in total: Balsamic Chicken & Stuffing Muffins Creamed Spinach & Mushrooms Fruity Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Pear-Stuffed Baked Apples Pork Chops & Cinnamon Apples Raspberry Chicken Slow Cooker Ham & Pineapple…Read more »