I love the questions. I say it, and I mean it. So, keep them coming.
Melissadishes asked for the recipe for my family's Baked Cornbread Stuffing Recipe from our Thanksgiving Menu.
Baked Cornbread Stuffing
3 Jiffy cornbread mixes prepared (To lighten up the mix make it with skim milk and egg whites)
mix all three of these according to directions together and cook in a 9x13 pan
In a food processor combine:
2 cups finely chopped celery
1/2 cup onion chopped (food processor) together
In a large bowl combine celery and onion mixture with
1 cup melted butter (The original recipe called for 2 cups. GROSS. We cut it down to 1 cup of butter, but I think you could use 1/4 cup of butter and 1/4 cup natural applesauce because the recipe has some sweetness to it.)
1 cup chicken broth (save the rest of the can in case you need some more liquid)
1 cup sugar free apricot jam
Add in crumbled corn bread, and toss lightly. If needed add more chicken broth you want it to be moist.
Spray two loaf pans. Cover them with foil and bake at 350 for 50 minutes. Remove foil for the last 10 minutes. This recipe feeds a LOT. It's super delicious!!
Holly asked about the applecore I got for Christmas.
Here are some closeup photos...
I also got an email about the way I lace my running shoes... Sorry for the repeat on the kankle-brace photo, but you asked for it...
- By taking the tie pressure back to the ankle there it allows for more room in the toe box, which to me is more comfortable.
- Stops your toes from sliding forward. This is key for distance running. I've never had a problem with black toenails. I'm sorry if you have...yikes.
- More ankle support, which is real good for me right now.
- It looks really cool.
I don't know if it makes an HUGE amount of difference, but I've always tied mine like this, and I like it! Do you tie your shoes any special way, or am I just weird? Don't answer that if it's the latter. ;)
Meg asked how I get the words/descriptions on my photos. I use Photoshop! If you want more info on that email me and I can give you more of a step by step tutorial!!
Hopefully that answers some of your questions! I love them, so keep them coming!I hope you're having an AWESOME week!