Reduce stress on home-cooked rice!Recommended time-saving recipe (July 2, 2021) –Excite News — Archynetys

A stay home that continues with a corona wreck that is hard to see the end. Many people do their best to prepare their own meals every day. At first, I tried elaborate dishes and enjoyed the home-cooked rice. Isn’t the repertoire getting messy and annoying? If the self-restraint life is prolonged, various stresses for… ReduceContinue reading “Reduce stress on home-cooked rice!Recommended time-saving recipe (July 2, 2021) –Excite News — Archynetys”

Easy Spinach Dip – Spend With Pennies — Archynetys

This Spinach Dip Recipe is a go-to easy appetizer or party dip that absolutely everyone loves! A creamy base is mixed with frozen spinach, water chestnuts, and green onions for the perfect party mixture. Serve this spinach dip cold with chips, crackers, or garlic crostini, or use a loaf (or small rolls) as a bowl!… EasyContinue reading “Easy Spinach Dip – Spend With Pennies — Archynetys”

Mexican Street Corn Dip — The Chunky Chef — My Meals are on Wheels

This Street Corn Dip has all the classic Mexican street corn flavors, but in a fun dip-able form! Great served hot or at room temperature, and always a crowd-pleaser! This is one of my Dip recipes I know you’ll want to keep on hand! Pin this recipe for later! If you’ve ever had Mexican street corn, you… Mexican […]Continue reading “Mexican Street Corn Dip — The Chunky Chef — My Meals are on Wheels”


Here at Independent Voter site Balladeer’s Blog Juneteenth continues with this look at the continuing struggle faced by people of color when it comes to freeing themselves from pompous white Democrats and their notions that they still “own” black people. For the present see this courageous and heroic man in the video below. For the […]Continue reading “GHOST OF JUNETEENTH PAST AND PRESENT — Balladeer’s Blog”

Happy Juneteenth, Remembering The Struggle, Celebrating Freedom #Juneteenth — The Tony Burgess Blog

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond. Now its a national holiday in the United States. Let this be a […]Continue reading “Happy Juneteenth, Remembering The Struggle, Celebrating Freedom #Juneteenth — The Tony Burgess Blog”

FOTD – June 19 – Columbine — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Welcome to my Flower of the Day Challenge (FOTD).  Please feel free to post every day or when you you feel like it.  Don’t forget that my FOTD challenge accepts gardens, leaves and berries as well as flowers. Photo taken in May 2021. I would appreciate you continuing to post your entries on my daily […]Continue reading “FOTD – June 19 – Columbine — Cee’s Photo Challenges”


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