Shannon is having a special themed edition of Works for Me Wednesday featuring recipes with five or less ingredients. Here’s mine: Combine the following in your crockpot: 1 can black beans, drained 1 can corn 1/2 cup salsa After stirring, add: 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1/2 cup more salsa Cook on low for 3 … Continue reading Works for Me Wednesday: Santa Fe Chicken
Welcome to the Third Carnival of Children’s Literature. Since April is National Poetry Month, the theme for this carnival is poetry. However, we have all sorts of posts, both poetic and prosaic, about children’s literature to give you enough reading to keep you busy all month. You can visit them all today (you glutton!) or … Continue reading Third Carnival of Children’s Literature
I saw an issue of Texas Monthly (yes, of course, we Texans have our own national magazine) on the newsstand when I was at the grocery store, and the lead article was: How To Be Texan. “More than forty Texas icons, customs, and facts of life, including the Bowie knife, Big Red, the two-step, the … Continue reading Ways to be Texan
I found this meme on Amanda’s blog The Living Room. She asks us, for her Thursday Thirteen (yes, I’m a day late and a dollar short, as usual) to “name thirteen places in our hometown that you would take the rest of us to if we visited, and why.” I live in Houston, but my … Continue reading Can Anything Good Come Out of San Angelo?