The words Health and wellness bring visions of booboo bunnies and a Bandage Box to my mind.
And there’s SO MUCH information out there about health and wellness. I think I’ll just add a little myself.
I love kids! And there’s a lot of information out there about having kids, raising kids, toys for kids; disciplining, educating, feeding, and growing kids. I’ll be posting things I find interesting about kids, families, and parenting, here in the Toy Box. I might even have a thing or two to say about it myself….
Being in business is expensive, even if you run it from home. Work-from-home entrepreneurs and tele-commuters still have to touch concrete once in awhile to visit the office, see the editor, attend meetings or conferences. Pj’s, jeans and flip-flops just won’t do for those out-an-about days. But criminy sakes! office clothes can break the bank!
Whether you write, blog, work-from-home, pound the pavement, there’s all that learning and doing just to stay afloat in the business world. We might find some of that information here in the Jewel Box, including:
* Professional for Pennies – Pair a sewing stash and a well cut, classic thrift store find and you get a new wardrobe
Publications include (A-Z listing):
* American Mothers, Inc., National Literacy Awards ___– Honorable Mention ’95
* Cal Communicator, Editor – 2004-11
* Caledonia Education Foundation
* Democrat Missourian
* Grand Rapids Press
* Grand Rapids Bridal Mag.
* Sun & News, Caledonia, MI, Staff reporter, 2001-04 J-Ad Graphics
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from the kitchen of Cathy Rueter
Serves 4-6 (possible left-overs – even better the next day)
Prep time: approx. 10 minutes. Cook time: approx. 3o minutes.
Cooking necessities: Large stove top pan, 9×5 glass baking pan (or equivalent), tin foil
Note: You don’t actually ‘stuff’ these peppers. Nearly all the ingredients are added together, covering a layer of sliced peppers, then baked.
Spray bottom of 9×5 glass baking dish. Layer pepper strips. Reserve mozzarella topping.
Cook rice (or rice/quinoa mix) per manufacturer directions. Set aside.
Brown burger and sausage in large pan on stove (you will need the size later). Drain grease.
In same large pan, mix burger, sausage and rice (mix) together with rest of mixture ingredients, making sure not to use the layering peppers strips and mozzarella cheese topping.
On stove top, cook mixture on medium heat until onions and celery start to cook through (about 8-10 minutes). Stir occasionally.
Remove from stove and layer mixture OVER peppers in baking pan. (Hence the name, Over Stuffed Peppers.) Layer mozzarella cheese topping on top. Cover with tin foil.
Bake in 350° oven for 20 minutes. Remove tin foil and bake another 5-10 minutes until bubbly. If cheese topping is not yet browned, bake another 5 minutes at 400°.
Carefully remove from oven. Let sit five minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
I can’t think of many things more enjoyable than spending time with family and friends, sharing recipes, food and each other’s company. Enjoy these recipes from Guest Kitchen!
The first Guest Kitchen recipe is here! Southwestern Chopped Salad with Cilantro Dressing adapted from the kitchen of The Garden Grazer. Check it out and get the link to the original here:
You’ll find some strange names among the recipes coming From My Kitchen but the food tastes good and isn’t hard to cook. I don’t have time for hard to cook and neither do you!
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