Tag Archives: Cooking

Little Chef

I enjoy that Joshua and Jonah argue over who gets to help me make dinner (I don’t enjoy the arguing part, but the part that they want to help).  We have a rotation of every other night, however, sometimes I … Continue reading

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End of the range drama

In March , I blogged about a new range.  For three months I cooked with a range that didn’t have a temperature knob for the oven.  I used an oven thermometer, however, the biggest problem was that the oven cycles … Continue reading

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Stove of wonders

Since 2009, I (DeAnna) have been cooking on a short Ariston 20″ range.  This range has four gas burners on top with a 16″ oven that has one oven rack.  There have been some inconveniences about the range, but since … Continue reading

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Sifting

I recently had someone share a terrific recipe for Wheat Thin crackers. It’s an awesome recipe and taste like what I remember Wheat Thins to taste like, since they are not available in Cameroon. I have to admit that I … Continue reading

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Eggs

How fresh are your eggs?  We know our eggs are fresh, however, there is an occasional rotten egg – pew wee.  Today, as I was washing eggs, I thought one of my routine things might be of interest to you.  … Continue reading

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Bread Day

Today was a day full of bread making (we don’t have a bread machine).  All our bread is made by hand, the same with tortillas and every other baked good.  Today I needed to make bread and thought I would … Continue reading

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Unexpected Surprise

I saw a melon that looked like a very small watermelon, light green with small stripes.  I asked about this melon and was told it was very sweet on the inside and orange in color.  I was thinking something like … Continue reading

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