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  1. Here is my fav recipe for broccoli stuffing (can be modified for vegans as well).

    2 boxes of stove top herb or cornbread stuffing
    1 1pd bag broccoli
    1 bag of shredded chedder
    1 cup cream of mushroom soup
    1 cup water( add more if you want thinner texture)
    1/2-3/4 cup butter
    1/2 cup mayo
    1 chopped onion

    I’ve made this two ways , just thrown the ingredients in a covered pan(half of the cheese in and half on top) and baked on 300 for about 45 mins or longer if needed . Or I’ve mixed up the stuffing and defrosted the broccoli then mixed all the ingredients together, covered and baked at 300 for less time.

    The whole family loved this one and it has become a mainstay of our thanksgiving tradition.

  2. DianeP says:

    Glad you’re doing better now, Jennifer and that things are sorting themselves out for you. Things happen for a reason and we don’t find out why until much, much later in life.

    Working on miscellaneous crafts filling my living room and trying to finish them and get them out of here! I have too much stuff, so I’ve been working hard on making knit caps for babies for Maryknoll to sell, making little stuffed fabric pumpkins, finishing a hairpin lace shawl, and finishing some quilt borders.

  3. Amy says:

    Sweet potato and apples

    Peel and thinly slice sweet potatoes, and toss with peeled, cored and thickly sliced apples in a baking dish. Sprinkle on orange juice, scatter dried cranberries, dust with cinnamon and dot with butter. Tightly foil and bake for about 45 minutes, or until sweet potatoes are tender. Notice the total lack of measurements. Just make enough to fill the dish you want to use. I have never been able to make this wrong, and neither will you!

  4. EL says:

    Do you have any volunteer crafters (crocheters, e.g.) who can work up the projects for you? You could compensate them with a copy of the finished magazine. Not an original idea but I wondered if you were making use of it.

  5. jennifer says:

    Thanks for posting great recipes and comments. I can’t wait to try these recipes. :)

    EL, yes, I’ve considered having helpers, but the reality is that I would not like publishing the magazine if I didn’t get to do the projects myself. That is my joy. I don’t get to craft much “just because,” so this is my way of making it my job to do fun projects on a regular basis. It’s the best job ever.

  6. Missy says:

    Hi Jennifer,

    I miss your podcast. I know you are very busy with your family, magazine, and projects, but I have to say I have not made the switch to your magazine. I do miss your podcast, though!

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  9. Kunci Gitar says:

    Have you ever considered adding more videos to your blog posts to keep the readers more entertained? :D

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