Caramel Sauce — i am baker

Thank you i am baker! This looks SO good I have to share your site!

Caramel Sauce is a versatile and flavorful condiment that can be added to many recipes and desserts for added sweetness. I used this caramel to make my… 773 more words

Caramel Sauce — i am baker

Here are some YouTube Videos on Caramel Sauce ~ Welcome Fall!

Caramel Apples! Yum!

Caramel Apple Pie!

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Grits, Bacon, and my Favorite Things from

Bacon and Cheddar Cheese Grits Casserole   From: Mrs. Riley says that this recipe may be halved and baked in a 13″ x 9″ baking dish at 350° for 40 minutes or until bubbly. 261 more words

— Grits, Bacon, and my Favorite Things

This is an Inspirational Story

I came across this story on YouTube. We have hummingbirds that zoom by our windows every so often. They are amazing little creatures. This video gave me pause, and a tear or two! Enjoy.

Another fascinating look into the life of Hummingbirds…

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Disappearing scrappy square in a square video tutorial — Sewn Up

Let’s do another disappearing quilt block. This time we’re making a square in a square scrappy quilt block. Basically it’s a square and some strips stitched around. My starting squares are the same size and so are my strips. But if you wanted to go really funky you can start with different size squares and […]

Disappearing scrappy square in a square video tutorial — Sewn Up

Peach and raspberry sorbet, homage Dame Nellie — ice cream magazine

Visiting friends brought a bag of sumptuous looking peaches, picked that very morning from the gnarly old branches of a rickety peach tree in their Victorian walled garden. The tree’s undertaken an angular reinvention from a lock down chop down. Whilst beauteous to the eye the texture of the peaches more akin […]

Peach and raspberry sorbet, homage Dame Nellie — ice cream magazine

Thinking Outside the Box in 2020

Last year was, a challenging year to say the least. Several positive things came out of the year as I learned to garden, ferment and can foods, and bake yummy homemade bread. I also gained invaluable information from YouTube creators all across the globe about how people are living. I truly have been inspired and changed for the better.

One chef named Joshua Weissman has been a wonderful surprise. I started following him on YouTube early on. As a mom, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride as more people were drawn to his cooking style. He is relatable, has a great sense of humor, and explains recipes in a manner that are SO easy to understand. And, he loves his mama…and, I love that!

He has a book coming out this month. I have pre-ordered mine at:

Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic Cookbook

Ultra Easy Healthy Meals ~ But Cheaper

Cooking Challenge with Joshua Weissman’s Mom

Check out a few of Joshua Weissman’s videos. I think you will be inspired and enjoy the humor, too.

In the meantime, have a blessed day. Thank you for visiting my little corner of the world.

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