Wednesday, April 2, 2008

No baking needed.

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It is also National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day! So share a recipe…figuratively, as in two parts love, one part creativity, or literally, as in a super quick, nutritious meal your kids scarf up. Think about what you do in the day, what helps keep it organized and you sane (or how you got past that need for organization and saneness!), and curriculum materials you find effective.

Last time I posted a recipe the whole thing degenerated into a conversation on the quirks of the English language as she is spoken in two different English speaking countries ~ soooo ~ I won't be doing that again! Besides, I don't like to cook. I work on a simple principle:
If it's hungry feed it (a diet of living books, good music & love)
No watching t.v while eating but you can imagine all you like.
Amazing Grace covers most things.
Leave food freely available 24/7. And that, ladies, is how we all stay sane.

3 comments:

Andrea said...

Great recipe! Especially the Amazing Grace part.

~Andrea
http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/andijeane/509287/

molytail said...

Perfect. :-)

(heh, and I remember that convo - it was the shortening thing that had people confused LOL - the way that the english is so different from one side of the ocean to the other always amuses me though; i love learning what others call things. )

Mrs. Darling said...

I canat imagine life without cooking. My identity as an individaul is wrapped up in cooking. LOL And Im only half kidding!

I enjoyed your little recipe.