Wednesday, October 27, 2010
My good friend Darlene has a crayon town. In her carport. The little area is all recyclable refrigerator boxes which you can snag from Home Depot for FREE. Then grab scissors for the windows and doors, crayons, and a little shipping tape to create tunnels and help the town stay standing. Let the kiddies play, crawl, and draw while you sit and reeee-lax. Check out these soy crayons or eco-friendly recycled star crayons. Happy coloring.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Full Circle Farm for $30. Delivered to my office. There's something about receiving these boxes that makes my girls go bananas. And I can customize my box to our favorites or let Full Circle surprise me. I also get two new recipes featuring items from my box. Organic costs more of course, but it really tastes better, ask my little carrot eater, and it's better for your fam. Give it a peek.
Friday, October 15, 2010
So you bought a pumpkin for your kiddies, you carved it using a template, it's on display...now what? Eat the inside. Simmer the pumpkin seeds for 10 minutes with salt then bake them for 20 minutes on 350. Seeds are a fab source of zinc and amino acids. Then take the slimy orange guts which are loaded with the good stuff - potassium, fiber, and vitamin E and make pumpkin bars or 36 of these tasty pumpkin recipes. Of course you can compost the carved pumpkin after Halloween. Your dogs can even eat the pumpkin innards, just be careful, it can act as a laxative. Here's other stuff you can do with your orange ball.
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