Originally posted 2018-05-01 12:00:59. Or Why Heather was overweight as a kid Makes 36 to 72, depending on how you cut them Set oven to 350 Ingredients 1 stick of butter 1 cup crushed graham crackers 1 cup shredded coconut 1 package chocolate chips (milk, semi sweet, dark, whatever form you choose) 1 package butterscotch…

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Originally posted 2018-04-24 12:00:20. Chili is a wonderful dish, as unique as the person making it.  Chili varies by region: Texas chili has no beans; Skyline Cincinnati chili is deeply spiced and also meat based and served over spaghetti  with a pile of cheese on top; New Mexico chili verde is made with pork, tomatillos,…

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Originally posted 2018-04-17 12:00:14. Phoenix has hit a cold snap.  Last week was warm, overly so for January.  I was sweating in my tank top Friday afternoon during my after work hike. Last Saturday was rainy and chilly, and then the storm cleared.  The last two mornings have been in the mid 30s – which…

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Originally posted 2018-01-25 12:00:36. When Kam and I got married, we received a ton of cookbooks as gifts*, all of which we still have.  In fact, it started off my love of regional cookbooks, as my Apa and Daddy Don gave us a Taste of Carlsbad cookbook and two of Kam’s Aunties (Pretty sure it…

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Originally posted 2015-09-11 11:41:57. Here we are! Week 3 of 52! Thank goodness for Aldis.  They have saved me money wise for buying on-the-go snacks like Salt & Vinegar chips (My favorite!) and other more healthy alternatives like the packaged assortments of nuts and dried fruits.  Last week was a crazy week with all the…

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Originally posted 2015-09-04 12:09:13. It’s been a brutal week – I’m still drinking pop, I gave in and had McDonalds on the first day of classes, and I somehow contracted a summer/fall cold! But you know what? That’s okay.  I walked 2 miles on the first day of school, I choose to eat a salad…

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Originally posted 2018-01-15 12:00:17. A long, long time ago, back in 1990, I was a young woman about to graduate high school.  It was a very different time back then- before the internet, cell phones, social media, 24 hour news, etc. Though, we did have acid washed jeans and the start of grunge music. But,…

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Originally posted 2015-08-30 12:30:44. Greetings! Welcome to World of Warcraft: LoreCraft – Blog Edition! Each week we will be covering Lore from BC (And other era’s as well!!).  I’ll be writing up a quick summary in case you missed our streamed event.  We’ll be working closely with Gaming Mommies, so don’t forget to check out…

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Originally posted 2015-08-28 12:00:20. Today marks the beginning of Week One for 52 Shades of Fitness – Geek Style.  Welcome aboard the fitness train, I’m your captain, WoWMeaghan. End goal for next year at this time: Lose 100lbs and magically grow a butt.  I have picked three things I want to focus on:  Easy Food…

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Originally posted 2018-01-11 12:00:44. Special equipment – 3 bowls Hand mixer Waffle Iron Ingredients- 1 ½ cup all purpose flour ¾ teaspoon baking soda (not powder, if you baking powder, they will be flat, though I have done it before on accident and the taste does not change much, just the texture) ½ teaspoon salt…

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Originally posted 2015-08-27 09:35:59. Here Ye, Here Ye! Geeks and Geeklets has a new fabulous writer among us – The Fantastic and Sassy Elyntia! She excels with all of your Crunchy Needs – from home made granola to home schooling, Elyntia knows all!  We look forward to hearing about her success with Pinterest recipes, gardening…

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Originally posted 2015-08-25 18:00:00. Hello! Lok’tar! WoWMeaghan here! I’m super excited to be able to write for Geeks and Geeklets.  I wanted to introduce myself a bit. I’m in love with my BM hunter in World of Warcraft, Cuddlerific aka Cuddles! I started playing World of Warcraft right after Cataclysm hit.  I still remember my…

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Originally posted 2018-01-08 12:00:36. My grandmother was many things- tiny, fierce, independent, stubborn, mouthy, and fiery.  In many ways, I am her clone. One thing she was not, however, was a good cook.  Growing up, most of the food we ate started out from a can or the freezer, the veggies were always overly cooked,…

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