Category Archives: Food

Clodhoppers

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ClodhoppersIt’s funny how a chance thought morphs into something memorable. That happened to my BFF as she wondered about the word clodhopper. She looked up the word online, which lead her down the rabbit hole of definitions, images, and tangents. Once she learned that Canadians make a special treat called clodhoppers, she was off and running to the grocery store. Read the rest of this entry

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Autumn Memories

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Over the past four years of this blog, I’ve posted much crafty crapsmanship related to fall and Halloween. In this post, I’m taking the lazy way out by revisiting a few. And maybe I’ll inspire you to try one!

FALL CANDLE DECOR

Crap 1

https://crapsmanship.com/2014/10/06/fall-candle-decor/

EASY HALLOWEEN DOOR HANGER

Crap 2

https://crapsmanship.com/2016/10/05/easy-halloween-door-hanger/

KICKED UP PUMPKIN

Crap 3

https://crapsmanship.com/2016/09/11/kicked-up-pumpkin-2/

PUMPKIN MUFFINS

Crap 4

https://crapsmanship.com/2015/11/04/pumpkin-muffins/

TRIO OF PUMPKINS

Crap 5

https://crapsmanship.com/2015/10/07/trio-of-pumpkins/

Sugar-Free Blackberry Fluff

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Dan the Man and I have been on the ketogenic diet. With this diet, the focus is on eating fat and protein and eliminating most carbs and sugars. In an effort to satisfy my ever-present sweet tooth, I eat a daily dose of sugar-free pudding made with heavy cream. But last night, I invented a new and easy recipe that turned out to be delicious. Read the rest of this entry

HaHa Cookies & Gift Label

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I am extremely fortunate to have a group of eight of us who have known each other at least since high school. (Carol and I just celebrated our 60th year of friendship; we’ve known each other since kindergarten!) We call ourselves the HaHa’s because we laugh so much when we’re together. This weekend, we had our annual holiday cookie exchange. The event has evolved over the years — we now bring frozen dough so we can each bake what we want when we want. In addition to our dough exchange and lots of laughter, we might have stuffed ourselves with good food and wine. I’m not confessing to anything! Read the rest of this entry

Fast and Fabulous Pho

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Asian flavors are rarely my go-to selection. When it’s a choice between Chinese, Mexican, Italian, or a good hamburger, the continent of Asia and its flavors are left in my dust! But I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of a Vietnamese chicken soup, and when I saw this recipe described as “cheater pho,” I decided to give it a try. Read the rest of this entry