July 6th 2018 – Weekly Roundup of Members Posts

Happy Friday Everyone! Here are some posts from the past week, enjoy.

Monday Musings! via @gigglesandtales
Share Your World – July 2, 2018 via @ceeneuner8
to laugh or not to laugh via @shartline9
The Best Brownie Recipe via @leslie801eats
Back for Good. Life Update and Blogging Schedule. via @accidentalaspirationalists
Cast Iron Fact #56 via @straightouttamykitchen250
Just Say No!!! via @juantetcts
tiny tale #44: Chains… via @imasoulsearcher
Sunday Dinner… via @camelliascottage
Recycled Book Reading Challenge: The Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young via @mliae
Sintra Day Trip Tips via @tschureman
Bob’s Burgers Review: Chile Relleno-You-Didn’t Burger via @marathoner32
I accept via @iamnottaan
What Is It About Fireworks and Our Flag? via @joyful2bee

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June 22nd 2018 – Weekly Roundup of Members Posts

Can’t believe it is already another Friday!  Well, let’s get to some more great posts from the week and hopefully, everyone can enjoy the weekend.

Christian Faith – is it or is it not? via @jdeboo01
Stepping back in time at the Weald and Downland museum, Singleton via @kidsandcompass
Photo Of The Day! via @gigglesandtales
The All Time Best Classic Meatloaf via @straightouttamykitchen250
As of Lately…June 2018 via @madisons03
Short Story: Kitchen Lesson via @logicaldreamer
The NK Summit: Trump’s Narcissism and Destructiveness on Full Display via @papatrio
One step at a time after cancer diagnosis. via @msersgettingfit
The Best of Amsterdam on Foot, Boat, and Bike! via @susielindau
Songs I’ve been listening to this Spring via @carlottameyer
Clutter can never be organized, or What a concept of Lean has to do with household via @mariaboicova
Street Luge via @janegealy
Anxiety via @leslie801eats
THERE’S GOOD IN EVERYONE via @pappy116
Fathers Day via @stansellct
A Place Beyond Dreams – Travel Blog Under Construction! via @somuchtotellu
My Week In Review Using Gifs ~ June 11, 2018 via @missinginsight
On Engaging Communication Pt. 3 – Body Gestures via @christwirawan
Okinomiyaki of Mrs Life via @peperty
Ode to the Ones Suffering in Silence via @whitec1971

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May 25th 2018 – Weekly Roundup of Members Posts

Happy Friday Everyone! As always here are some more great posts from the week. Hope everyone enjoys the weekend.

Family Movie Night: Tips and Tricks to Make it Memorable via @aprilgottwalker
El Valle de la Luna, Atacama via @ecuadorinmunich
Health Benefit of Vegetable Juice via @Domieqka
My Sepsis Survival Story- Part Four via @beautyandtheburp
Getting to know you 15.05.2018: Unused keys via @mliae
That time I accidentally exchanged money on the black market via @onearmbandito
Are You Willing to Be a Reckless Leader? via @revheadpin
Sonnetina Tre Poetry – Enticing Food via @kiwinana
How to Hold Time in a Bottle | Poetry via @wolffpoetry
Wordless Wednesday: Fav Food Truck “The Butcher’s Son” via @shandrathomas
Friday Feature: Five 5eeds via @leslie801eats
THE PERFECT SPICY PEPPER SAUCE RECIPE via @tfwrites
With the Santa Fe school shooting 2018 Ties Record for Most School Shootings in One Year via @papatrio
The last call via @simplygyaps
House of Cards via @therearenostrangersblog
South of the Boarder, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami via @brimst

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Must Have Monday 8.21.17

This week’s Must Have Monday is inspired by my time in South Korea.  It is…

A pair of scissors or kitchen shears.

You may question the use of scissors in the kitchen but they truly make prep time quicker and easier. In Seoul, I saw scissors mainly used to cut grilled meat, which worked great, but I have found it has many more uses.  Here are the items I use to cut scissors with:

  • Raw bacon, pancetta, or prosciutto
  • Herbs (chives work especially well)
  • Scallions
  • Slicing a quesadilla
  • Trimming fat off meat
  • Dicing up dried fruit
  • Slicing a pizza
  • Breaking up whole canned tomatoes
  • Romaine lettuce for salads

Buying

On Amazon, the prices for kitchen shears range from $10-$15.  I use regular scissors which work just fine.

Suggestions

A few recipes I have used scissors include deviled eggs and caesar salad

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