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Dharm

Nice blog! I too love to spend family time in the kitchen. I grew up in the kitchen with my Mom and I do the same with my kids too. Once again, Nice Blog!!

Slugs On The Refrigerator

ooh, I am so sick and can't bear eating, but wanted to say I am loving this a-z!! my contribution to the B is broccolli cheese muffins. http://babyledweaning.blogware.com/blog/_archives/2007/6/24/3042475.html

We all love these!

Lori

Love the smoothies! I made some blueberry /strawberry ones this weekend. Can not seem to get my girls to eat??
Will keep trying!!

By the way I made the frozen cookie dough last night but changed it abit. Used 1/2 all-purpose flour 1/2 whole wheat + flax and used 1/2 the amount of sugars.
I tryed using agave instead of white sugar. I am not sure what would be the right amount when using in recipes that call for other sugar. It is 25% sweeter than plain sugar.
What do you suggest when baking or cooking with agave syrup?

Thanks alot,

Lori

Ps. C is for Cucumber as my garden is atarting to fill up with them now!
I love a tomato / cucumber / fresh mozzarella salad anytime!!

Colleen/And Baby Makes FIve

Oh yes! This sounds like a must-make. Yum!

air jordans

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