During the last few months, I found some pleasure in cooking ( recipes will come back soon, I never wrote anything down – so I cannot share) . I also read some great books and played some games and got some new gadgets! Feel free to browse and gather some ideas. I wish I would have shared sooner, but I just wasn’t gathering my thoughts all together.
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened to room temperature
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
2 large eggs, at room temperature
1/2 cup sour cream- we used low fat
1 teaspoons vanilla extract
First featured as a song on the widely popular Sesame Street, the beloved educational children’s television show, We All Sing with the Same Voice is a joyous read-aloud that embraces the notion that no matter where children live or what they look like, they’re all the same where it counts—at heart!
First up we have my favorite Banana Bread
Enjoy. My assistant is the best helper!
Here are 2 great books focusing on inclusivity, acceptance and kindness. I think they both will help so many!
The book I am reading right now, is one that I am completely drawn into, I do not want to put it down. It is not only so beautifully written but the story is teaching me so much about a topic I do not know much about. The Arab culture and the struggles of love, education and courage. I am not done with it yet, but I am certain you will also love it.
I made this for my oldest’s birthday, her choice. It is a one pan dish and easy to make! We served it on a bed of fettucine, but you can easily use rice, noodles or even veggies.
I do not consider myself a baker, and am happy to share this is EASY!
An inspiring picture book, Jason Tharp’s It’s Okay To Be A Unicorn features a unicorn pretending to be a horse―until he learns to embrace his true self.
Lightbot: Code Hour introduces kids of all ages to the basic concepts of coding and the logic that computer programmers use to write code — all without having to actually code! Instead, the app has kids get Lightbot through different pathways by using functions commonly found in code.