What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday
Happy Wednesday, everyone!
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I’ve just recently switched my e-mail subscription service from Feedburner to MailChimp. For many of you, that may not mean anything, but for me, it nearly caused a nervous breakdown. Technology is not really my forte, so making the switch gave me some
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Okay…on to the features!
This week’s post with the most views was this One Hour French Bread from Recipes for My Boys. Knowing I can have a loaf of bread like this on my table in just an hour is dangerous information for me to have. 🙂
Who’s ready for spring? I certainly am – and doesn’t this Orange Dreamsicle Poke Cake from Mommy on Demand just scream spring?? Now, if the weather would just warm up where I am…
Umm, my diet is totally OFF this week, because I really need to have a piece (or two…or three) of this Dreamy Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cake from It’s a Lovely Life:
Also? I love pretty much any kind of burger…but this Chicken Ranch Burger from Julie’s Eats and Treats sounds and looks absolutely phenomenal! These are definitely on my meal plan for next week!
I must be in a cake frame of mind this week, because I’m also totally salivating over this Key Lime Cheesecake Chocolate Cake from Young, Broke and Hungry. Wow!
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