Week in Review

It’s often easy to forget how much we accomplish during a week. Sunday can leave us feeling that we haven’t done the things we planned for the last 7 days. So I wanted to do a week in review to track if I’ve been working enough on the things I need to do.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Author: Elizabeth

I'm a wife, mom, and grandma (known as Bam) who loves cooking, baking, gardening, and all things that go into making a cozy coop for my brood. I have a disability so you may pick up tips on how to do things when some things just don't work right!

19 thoughts on “Week in Review”

      1. I love cheddar biscuits, actually cheddar garlic biscuits. I have the easy, cheating way to make them. Everybody says they taste like red lobsters. I wouldn’t know, I’ve never eaten at red lobster LOL but they take 10 minutes to make, they are good so, I’m happy.

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      2. I haven’t been to Red Lobster in years! But when I first started making my version we used to go there for birthday dinners sometimes. Mine take about 15 -17 minutes to bake. Mixing them doesn’t take long. I’ve just gotten everything out to make them but I’m resting my hips for a little bit. The rain got my arthritis screaming today.

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      3. oh, well yeah, yes please eat a couple today, maybe tomorrow too, if you start feeling better 🙂 I’m not a doctor but the blessing is and there always is one(more if we’ve been good 🙂 Cheese biscuits go good with everything, you can make them in under 18 minutes, and they will keep for a day 🙂 2 meals, blessings 🙂 Final answer: yes, eat a couple.

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      4. I have a recipe for granola somewhere in my binders. I really should try making it. And you’re so right about the cost of store bought granola, Margaret! You’d think it was 20% pure gold!

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      5. It isn’t 20% pure gold? and I’ve been paying these high prices for it all these years? The one I have is really convenient and easy. If you don’t feel like digging yours out, or you do dig it out and find it seems time consuming, I can post mine right here in the comments for you 🙂

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      6. ok, I copied this of a website somewhere. I don’t have the link but I remember I got it off a Martha Stewart website, but it wasn’t Martha’s recipe, it was a contributor. It was called something, something Granola. haha ok I know that’s not really giving credit but it’s the best I can do. Elizabeth feel free to just write the recipe down, and delete the comment if posting it without “proper credit” will land you in blogging trouble. I would give the link but I am an old fashion, see a recipe, write it down person, I figure that’s why they published the recipe, so people would write it down and use it. Finally, to the recipe:

        cooking spray
        1/3 cup vegetable oil
        1/2 packed light brown sugar
        1/2 cup of honey
        1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
        3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
        1/2 teaspoon of salt
        3 cups rolled oats (not instant or quick cooking)
        2 cups coarsely chopped pecans (I use a mixture of whatever nuts I have, or seeds)
        1 cup mixed dried fruit ( I use more, just cause I like it)

        –you can add chocolate chips ( I do this when hubby is home, or keep a bag of chocolate chips on top of the container the granola is in and he adds as many as he wants)
        –you can also add 1 cup of coconut. I don’t like coconut, so I omitted this and no one noticed

        –Preheat oven to 300
        –spray 2 rimmed baking sheets with cooking spray
        –In large bowl combine oil, sugar, honey, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and salt.
        –add oats and nuts
        –stir until well coated ( I use my “clean” hands to do this. Its 1 minute of easy hand tossing or 5 minutes of stirring tar)
        –Divide mixture between cooking sheets
        –bake for 15 minutes. Stir.
        –bake for 15 more minutes, or until mixture is golden brown. Stirring occasionally
        –cool completely, and add fruit and chocolate

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