Month: March 2013

Originally posted on Pease Pudding:
This was meant to be an Easter post, technically it still is being Easter Monday today but a little too late for any of you to make as an Easter gift which was my original intention. It would make a nice Christmas gift…

Originally posted on Erin's DC Kitchen:
My dear friend’s fiance suggested I make some popovers and enter them into his restaurant’s — BLT Steak— popover competition. Since I’ve had some good luck with food competition, see here and here, I jumped at the chance. Nom nom nom, this was the first…

Originally posted on cadesertvoice:
  I heard the Pope is calling for world peace today and many in the nation, including politicians are going to church today to celebrate Easter. My husband and I don’t celebrate holidays. We believe they are man-made and commercialized for the banks and…

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  By Jueseppi B.           Easter (also called the Pasch or Pascha) is a Christian festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his crucifixion at Calvary as described in the New Testament. Easter is the culmination of the Passion of Christ, preceded by Lent, a forty-day period of fasting, prayer, and penance. The last week of […]

Originally posted on A Daily Thought:
A Cute Little Bunny With Some Eggs (Photo credit: Wikipedia) All I need to know, I learned from the Easter Bunny!  Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.  Everyone needs a friend who is all ears. There’s no such thing as…

Originally posted on A Daily Thought:
  English: A milk chocolate Easter Bunny. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Happy Easter to all my lovely bloggers. I hope you have a very happy and safe Easter and don’t have chocolate overload yet, though as one of my friends just texted me,…

Originally posted on Field Notes From Fatherhood:
We colored our Easter eggs today, using home made dyes and leaves and blossoms gathered from the garden. (You can find the full instructions in this previous post.) Unfortunately, this was a bit more problematic this year, since there’s still several…

Originally posted on northierthanthou:
Time was when Antonin Scalia seemed fairly dedicated to the pretense of Judicial restraint. These days he appears content to be known as a political lobbyist for the right wing echo chamber. We can see this in the increasing number of public statements he…

Originally posted on The Last Of The Millenniums:
“Seen through the lens of the invaluable Center for Responsive Politics, Palin’s PAC spent $5.1 million in the last election cycle (more than it raised in that time period, raising some questions about Palin’s claims of fiscal responsibility). But the…

Originally posted on Black History 360*:
“Strange Fruit” is the title of a song Billie Holiday recorded in 1939 after being on tour with Count Basie’s band in 1936-37. When traveling with the band through the South, jazz legend reports, she observed the aftermath of a lynching–a body swinging…

Originally posted on Thoughts from the Outdoors:
What seemed like an endless delight…. Miles and miles of the sweetest sea… Lined by wavy grasses whispering in the wind… and caressed by waves as sweet as the gentlest lover… Has changed… subtle, oh so subtle at first… Deepening water,…