Author: Connie

Tunisian Crochet Basics – What You Need to Know to Get Started

It’s yet another January, and once again my goal is to master Tunisian crochet this year. I failed at accomplishing it that last two years, not because it’s difficult, but because I have so little time I can commit to crochet that I usually fall back on standard crochet because it’s quick and easy for me because I’ve been doing it for years. But I swear, this year will be different.

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Easy Italian Sausage and Spinach Quiche Recipe

We love quiche because it’s the perfect meal no matter what time of day it is! Plus, it’s made from items you most likely have in your pantry and freezer right now. Plus, it can be made ahead and frozen to enjoy later! It also makes a fantastic lunch that doesn’t have to be heated or kept warm.

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Crochet Kits – 8 Creative Gifts for Creative People

These crochet kits make perfect gifts! Whether your recipient has been crocheting for decades or just a few days, there’s a pattern in every book that’s right for them.  Plus, they come complete with nearly everything a crocheter needs to complete 2-3 of the project included with simple things like scissors they’ll need to own already. While the included tools and yarn are not top-of-the-line, they’re adequate for getting started, and it makes these the perfect kits for traveling or trying out amigurumi creations or for those new to the craft. It’ll give you a taste of what you can do once you upgrade your equipment and yarn for the rest of the patterns, then you’ll find them even more fun!

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Make This One Simple Change to Update Your Traditional Holiday Recipes

A lot of things have changed about Christmas since I was a child of the 60’s, especially the food we celebrate with. Back then you ate what your female relatives made for you without complaint, no matter how weird it was. No special diets were recognized, in fact, if you dared ask for an accommodation,  you were labeled a picky eater. Now we accommodate special diets and needs as a routine part of the holidays. As a vegetarian, I’m very thankful for this change! No longer do I have to make due with a green salad or side of vegetables while the others chow down on holiday favorites. Today’s hostesses prepare a vegetarian main dish alternative just as I cook meat for all you meat eaters!

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The writers at BabytoBoomer.com - Steve & Connie (the boomers), Alex & La the millennials with a 1-year old baby girl, and Brian and Mary Beth world travelers with a double income and no kids.

The writers at BabytoBoomer.com - Steve & Connie (the boomers), Alex & La the millennials with a 1-year old baby girl, and Brian and Mary Beth world travelers with a double income and no kids. Find out more ABOUT US here.

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