Classic Amy Joanne

Art & Home

In our neck of the woods ‘Cabbage Recipes’ are a mainstay in our kitchens with Haluski, Halupki, Perogies and even Lakeside Potatoes on our menus. You will even find each dish served at local festivals and Church events. My Hubby worked at a local Cabbage Farm thru his teenage years. He also ‘jars’ sauerkraut with …

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Classic Chalk Art had a bit of a revival this past Friday evening, thanks to a free demo thru FaceBook Live in the Group ‘Artfully Connected with Cindy Harrison’, ‘Watch, Learn & Pencil‘ ! And Curiosity happened….ya, know ’cause the name itself is pretty deceiving. The question most received is ‘will it erase?‘ And the …

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Would you believe this is my first time making fresh homemade Lemonade? We’ve made pizza dough in the bread machine and sweet smelling laundry detergent this year as a few ‘firsts’, so why not add Fresh Lemonade to all the homemade goodness!

Is it a Journal, a Coffee Table Book, a Keepsake Book, or a Pop-Up Book? or, or, or! It was so hard to decide what to call this creative book! I know one things for sure….it will be a fun treasure for your family and friends to enjoy ~ a keepsake for sure…maybe even a …

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These Chicken Fingers are the best make-aheads ~ eat ’em hot or cold ~ eat ’em now or freeze for later, or to ~ make a single serving, dinner for two or for a picnic or party. We have enjoyed them fresh from the oven with bow-tie noodles tossed with a little butter and parmesan …

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My Mom’s right. Every time I call her I tell her I am organizing something and after 11,680 phone calls, give or take….. that is alot of organizing. One would think by now everything would be organized after 32 years of marriage and 2 homes later ~ welp, until I think of new ways to …

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What do you do with expired Crisco (lard), store brand old sunflower seeds, and cranberries left from Christmas? Why you make bird feed! Vintage Jello Molds make the perfect shape feeders…along with paper Dixie Cups. and adding ‘the signature’ baker’s twine and of course some blue twine made it extra sweet and personal.