Monthly Archives: November 2012

Pumpkin Roll Recipe

I love to try new recipes, but there’s something about holidays that calls me back to our traditional favorites. There are some recipes that I only make for special occasions, and I think that makes them that much more special. One of my traditional Thanksgiving favorites is a pumpkin roll. I got this recipe from […]

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Sweet Potato Casserole

Here’s my recipe for sweet potato casserole. It’s from my aunt, but I think it’s a fairly common recipe. Ingredients Casserole 5 or 6 large sweet potatoes (2- 29 oz cans) 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 tsp. vanilla 1 stick or butter or margarine ¬†-softened¬†(can use 3/4 stick) 1 tsp. salt 1 ts.p cinnamon […]

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Thanksgiving Menu

We have for the last several years played host for Thanksgiving dinner for my husband’s family. It’s not a huge group of people (it usually just adds 5 people to our family), so it’s not that difficult. But it’s still a LOT more side dishes than I usually make for a typical meal. I started […]

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Make It Real Learning Activity Library Volume II #hsbloggers

When am I ever going to need this? Why do I have to learn this? Math is so boring. If you’ve ever heard any of the above in your home, I have a suggestion for you. It’s called Make It Real Learning. I reviewed one of the modules: Sets, Probability, and Statistics from Volume I […]

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