Where the Sidewalk Ends dinner menu by Daisy at Home

Where the Sidewalk Ends – Family Dinner Book Club

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of April is Where the Sidewalk Ends By Shel Silverstein. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the ...

Marriage Mashies from Daisy at Home

Marriage Mashies

You’ve heard of Engagement Chicken. Well, these are the potatoes you must serve alongside this famed bird to ensure that your engagement does in fact result in a wedding and ...

Mary Poppins family dinner menu from Daisy at Home

Mary Poppins – Family Dinner Book Club

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of March is Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of ...

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Mocha Mousse Marshmallow Cake from Daisy at Home

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Garlicky Lemon Hummus from Daisy at Home

Garlicky Lemon Hummus

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The Smallest Girl in the Smallest Grade

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Fancy Ginger Plum Bars from Daisy at Home

Fancy Ginger Prune Bars

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Dumpling Soup – Family Dinner Book Club

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Vegetable Chop Suey

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Roasted Cranberry Pear Sauce

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Braised Chicken – Little House on the Prairie Dinner Menu

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Potato Cheddar Soup

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Slow Cooker Balsamic Beef + Trashed Up Beefy Mac and Cheese Burgers

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One-Pot Stove-Top Mac and Cheese

The title and opening photo of this post may lead you to believe that this is a post all about macaroni and cheese, how to make it on the stove top, and how to use only one pan. In fact, the next photo down is really the subject of this post. Cheese. Yes, I know, […]

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Happy Halloween: In Daisy’s Home

Happy Halloween! The girls wanted a spooky house this year, so I tried to decorate in a spooky fashion without being scary. I thought they really wouldn’t care about Halloween decorations, but after I put up a few things they got really excited and wanted more. So here are the decorations we have hanging around […]

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Bookmarks Are People Too! Dinner Menu and Crafts

  Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of October is Bookmarks Are People Too! by Henry Winkler. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book […]

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Creative Galaxy Epiphany Craft

This is a sponsored post. All views and opinions expressed are my own. David limits the amount of television Abby and Katie watch. He doesn’t allow tv on school nights, or in the morning before school. We have pizza and movie night every Friday, and the girls are allowed to watch 1-2 shows on Saturday […]

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Thank You Mr. Falker Dinner Menu

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of October is Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco.Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book for some […]

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Spiced Apple Cider Muffins

Fall is all about cooler weather and warm spices. I love simmering a big pot of apple cider on the stove and filling my home with the scents of cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. I’ve made apple butter a few times, but honestly, I really love buying it from the vendors at the farmers market. I […]

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Beef Chili with No Beans

David and I entered a chili contest recently against 6 other entrants. We didn’t win. Whomp whomp! It was the only chili with no beans. Even though we didn’t win, it was one of the entrants that was completely empty by the end of the evening (and it was a larger batch than at least […]

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Bumble Bee Craft

“Honey is sweet, and so is knowledge, but knowledge is like the bee that made that sweet honey, you have to chase it through the pages of a book.” -Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco This bee craft is part of this month’s Family Dinner Book Club, which doesn’t post until the 15th, but […]

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Dyslexia Awareness Month

I started doing Family Dinner Book Club this past January, and have had such a fun time reading and being inspired by children’s literature. I love the idea that we are encouraging families to read, discuss, and create together. I hope this month’s book selections will spark a deeper conversation at your dinner table. We […]

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The Cricket in Times Square Dinner Menu

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of September is The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book […]

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Pepparkakor to Invoke Autumn

Today is September 8th. School is back in session, pumpkin spice everything is popping up everywhere, and I have Halloween costumes on the brain. I want it to be Aumtun, darn it! Fall doesn’t officially begin until September 23rd. I suppose I can be patient until then, but I’m not getting my hopes up for […]

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Shroomy Shepherds Pie

All views and opinions expressed are my own. This post is sponsored by Reynold’s and Epicurious. I recently traveled to Ireland, the land of meat and potatoes, with my two favorite travel buddies, and a new travel buddy. Ireland, as stereotyped, really is the land of meat and potatoes. However, it is also a culinary […]

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