Nov
12

Traditional Tuesday

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  1. Roxanne says:

    Question: Up where it the rules tell you to link to this page, it says that we can use the badge if we like, but I just don’t see a badge to the Traditional Tuesdays Blog Carnival. So either I’m blind (this is likely, lol), you’re referring to a different badge, OR the badge is missing. Can you point out the badge for me? To use next time, lol.
    Thanks
    Roxanne

  2. Hi KerryAnn and thanks for hosting! Do you love your cookware? If not cast iron cookware may just the thing you’re looking for.

  3. Diane Balch says:

    Thank you for the party. Another great collection of healthy recipes.

  4. Hello and thanks for hosting! I shared a recipe for Cranberry Sauce Muffins.

    http://axiomathome.blogspot.com/2011/11/cranberry-sauce-muffins.html

  5. Thanks for hosting! Today I am sharing a healthy jello recipe, parmesan sourdough croutons and a look behind the scenes ~ the makings of a great food picture. Have a great week!
    http://wholelifestylenutrition.com/articles/behind-the-scenes-building-your-own-inexpensive-studio-for-your-food-photography/

  6. Roseann @ The Wholesome Life says:

    Hi Kerry Ann, thank you for hosting this great blog hop. I feel so much better since I’ve changed my diet to traditional REAL foods.
    This week I’m sharing a great recipe for Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake. It’s sugar free and is sweetened with Stevia, so there’s no artificial, fake ingredients. It’s so creamy, sweet and delicious it’s hard to believe its sugar free.
    Perfect dessert for the holidays. Top it with a generous dollup of real homemade raw whipped cream and you’re all set to indulge without guilt.

    Enjoy!!

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