The QueDog – Petit Jean Jumbo Grillers Giveaway

The QueDog on @eggsandherbs

July is national hot dog month and it’s time for another yummy hot dog recipe. This hot dog celebrates another delicious summer food…BBQ. Okay, BBQ may not just be a summer food but summer is the time of year that we typically think about having picnics and big outdoor meals. Here in the south that… 

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Fried Egg Sandwich

Fried Egg Sandwiches {Budget Meals}

It is possible to make really good food on a budget!  I work in a low-income school district and many of my students have expressed that they eat a lot of convenience food because it is typically cheaper than fresh foods.  I have started {Budget Meals} as an effort to help low-income families learn how… 

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Go Loco at Loco Ropes

Featured Online

I currently have several feature articles published elsewhere online right now.  I’d love for you to take a look! Read more on Only In Arkansas. Read more on Taste Arkansas.

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Natural Columns {Arts and Crafts}

After a long school year we are finally down to the last week of school.  All of my classes are wrapping up and the students are preparing to take finals over the next few days. During the last 2 weeks of regular classes I brought back a project I had found online and completed with… 

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Do You Meal Plan?

I have been doing a weekly meal plan for several years now.  It has become a treasured time for me and I will be doing a short series on meal planning over the next few Mondays. Meal planning can help you take control of your diet, save money and gain peace of mind during the… 

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Listen to Your Mother – Little Rock

I have been pretty quite here on Eggs and Herbs about my struggles with infertility and the loss of my first child to a miscarriage just over a year ago. I have never been one to disclose personal things to other people, especially when there are negative feelings associated with it. I am not your… 

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Taste Arkansas Venison Pasta Sauce with Basil

Ground Venison Pasta Sauce with Fresh Basil

I’m guest posting on Farm Bureau’s TasteArkansas today! Head on over to get this delicious and easy recipe for Ground Venison Pasta Sauce with Fresh Basil. And don’t worry…you can substitute your favorite ground meat if your not a fan of venison or leave it out altogether if you prefer a vegetarian option.

Herbed Crepes with Eggs and Ham

Herbed Crepes with Eggs and Ham to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday!

”Nonsense wakes up the brain cells. And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age.” ~Dr. Seuss I’m pretty sure what he really meant by nonsense was a hardy breakfast made with Petit Jean Meats EZ Carve Ham and Great Day Farms Eggs! Theodor Seuss Geisel, or… 

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Grow Your Business

How a Blogger Can Help Grow Your Business

In my recent post about the closing of local business establishment I mentioned how disappointed I was in the owners approach to the Arkansas Women Bloggers event he volunteered at. When face-to-face with over 100 Arkansas bloggers the owner failed miserably to capitalize on this experience. Rather than criticize what he didn’t do or should… 

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One Word Inspiration

One Word 2014 – Anchor

If you are unfamiliar with the One Word concept – the gist is this: Rather than make New Years resolutions, choose a single focus word to guide you through the year. The word becomes your mantra in a sense. You use the word as a guide to evaluate your life, lean from it and perhaps… 

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save money in the kitchen

Save Money in the Kitchen 7 Tips to Get You Started

You may have noticed that food prices are going up, up and UP! Today I am going to share with you 7 practical tips to help you save money in the kitchen WITHOUT having to use coupons or play the “grocery” game. 1. Clean out your fridge and the pantry. About once a year I… 

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