Traditional Tuesdays


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  1. Hi KerryAnn! This week I’m sharing my conclusion on what I found real food shopping at Walmart … it’s all about compromise, becoming friendly with it, and knowing how to keep pushing for improvement anyway!

  2. Thanks for hosting! Today I am sharing why roasted vegetables might help your family eat more vegetables including my cauliflower poppers and I am sharing my new series that teaches bloggers about food photography, equipment and props!

  3. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of tasty and delicious
    Chili Roasted Sweet Potatoes!

    Here’s the link:

  4. Thank you for hosting, Kerry Ann. I’ve shared a post on lettuce allergies, with some scientific studies and suggestions for alternatives.

  5. steph says:

    Thanks for hosting!
    I’ve shared a recipe for sundried tomato sauce for anything! It goes well with pizza, pasta, crackers, lasange, etc! Plus it’s gluten and grain free, dairy free, egg free, nut free, raw and vegan – and it’s so delicious! Enjoy 🙂

  6. Thanks so much for hosting!

    Linked up my post for CREAMY BLUE CHEESE DRESSING.

    Easy, yummy, delish!


  7. Debbkie says:

    I appreciate your article on Hurricane Sandy. Hopefully people across the nation are thinking about what potential disasters could arise in their own area and how should they prepare if the disaster strikes. A 72 hour kit should be a bare minimum. I recommend a 2 week supply of food and water and if your budget permits a 3 month supply. These items need to be portable and sealed in tight containers. If the need to evacuate occurs, people need to be able to transport it easily. Also when the warning is given we should listen.

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