How to Throw a Family Field Day

This post was originally published on this site Sports may be canceled, and school may not be in-person, but you can STILL celebrate the spirit of kickoff season with a Family Field Day—in your own backyard! Continue reading “How to Throw a Family Field Day” »...

Presidential Consequences and a Meadow

This post was originally published on this siteEarly February. Pam Spaulding photo. I squeaked by in high school chemistry doing little more than fiddling around with the Bunsen burner so it would throw flames like a tiny oil refinery. I was easily distracted in class, but I never saw any reason to dispute the...

Presidential Consequences and a Meadow

This post was originally published on this siteEarly February. Pam Spaulding photo. I squeaked by in high school chemistry doing little more than fiddling around with the Bunsen burner so it would throw flames like a tiny oil refinery. I was easily distracted in class, but I never saw any reason to dispute the...

Shoofly Pie

This post was originally published on this site This wet bottom Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie is the perfect pantry pie recipe. If you love molasses, and simple ingredients this pie is for you. The strong molasses flavor is tempered with butter and a warm-spice crumble topping. This pie is just what your coffee break...

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Pancakes

This post was originally published on this site The most amazing pumpkin pancakes – so light + fluffy and made with semisweet chocolate chips. PERFECTION.   HELLO FALL. It’s been incredibly beautiful here in Chicago with its crisp Fall days. The leaves are changing colors, the sweaters are coming out, and the pumpkin pancakes...

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