Perdue has cooking chicken in the bag!

I have a confession to make. And coming from someone who was raised in the South Carolina Lowcountry and the Georgia Coastal Empire, this might be a shocker to many. Deep breath – here goes: I don’t know how to fry chicken. My great-grandmother fried chicken, my grandmother fried chicken, my mother fried chicken, but…

GPB Offers Homeschool Help

Homeschooling families in Georgia have received another helping hand – this time from Georgia Public Broadcasting. As a teacher, I had access to digital content along with a plethora of activities and blackline masters through GPB. When I began homeschooling our two children a month ago, I yearned to access the seemingly never-ending resource that…

My Pioneering Moment

I starting reading The Pioneer Woman’s blog approximately 4 years ago, ooing and awing over her savory dishes and delectable desserts. Just about an hour ago, I finally made one of her recipes – Black Bean Burgers! Please don’t get me wrong, I ENJOY meat! Many days,  I have it as an essential part of my…

Crock-Pot Chronicles: Stuffed Peppers

Recently I was feeling a little adventurous and opted for a break from my everyday dinner fare, you know, Slow Cooker Lasagna, Taco Soup, baked chicken, salmon croquettes, etc. In fact, I was feeling SO adventurous, that I decided to cook Peppers Stuffed with Herbed Ground Turkey and Rice! Why is that so exciting to…

Super science resource for parents and teachers!

I’ve mentioned in previous posts that I taught in public and private schools for 11 years. What I didn’t tell you was that although 9 of those years was in an elementary school, I only taught science once. That sounds incredible, doesn’t it? When I transferred from a middle school way across town to an…