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After trying hundreds of Gluten-free recipes, most of which are either bland, or very odd tasting, I began creating my own. This finally is a soft, fluffy and flavorful bread, and my kids adore it.
What do you do when someone gives you a food product you've never used, and never liked? Gather suggestions, then experiment! Verdict, roast cabbage and sausage wrapped in tortillas is delicious!
Over-Ripe Plantains, do not throw them out, try these deliriously delicious lightly spiced fritters. With or without chocolate drizzle!
Almond flavored mini-cupcakes, extremely easy to make, and taste delicious. Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and simple substitutions for other flavors make this a 'go-to' recipe.
Gluten and corn free recipe for Baked Pork Chops. Italian Seasonings and Parmesan Cheese make them delicious, and they are easy to cook!
My favorite Christmas traditions. Christian and Secular Christmas traditions.
Take the stress out of your wrapping. Simply follow my Step by Step guide to wrapping gifts of all shapes and sizes!
If your getting a new dog, read this information to be sure you get a dog that fits your family. My article uses a question format, with information provided to help you answer each question thoroughly so that you may...
My guide to selling your used items so you get the most money, and happy buyers! Step By Step Guide to pricing, and listing your items.
My review of Jayne Castles book 'The Lost Night' along with suggestions for reading it. Includes a brief summary of the book, which I hope has no spoilers.
Living as a teenager and adult with Asperger's Syndrome and autism. Plus step by step guide to help you cope.
This article identifies what I believe helped me to cope with Asperger's Syndrome during my teenage years and into adulthood. Included is a guide to helping yourself, or someone else, learn to cope. And perhaps help...
This is the story of my childhood, and healing from severe autism, to high functioning Asperger's syndrome. Includes my ideas on treating autism, and what I believe are some of the causes for autism and it's ever...