Recipes for kids abroad. Homeschool and Afterschooling for kids at home.

FOOD!!! Yes, I need pictures! My recipes need pictures around them to identify instead of just a title. They are tweaked to work for us in terms of ease, ingredients frequently on hand, real or pure ingredients(for the most part), our family taste, and usually SOY-FREE or easily adapted to be SOY-FREE. SOY-FREE tagged recipes still mean you have to know what ingredients you are putting in are truly SOY-FREE and even if is was SOY-FREE in the past, you have to check it each time you buy it. Ingredients change frequently and can even be different from store to store or expiration date to expiration date for the same product. Homeschool and Afterschooling notes and ideas are here too. I'll probably separater the blog later, but for now, this is the place for family and friends to look. Time Impaired Living has many definitions that I may update as time goes on or doesn't. To begin with, I'll say that Time Impaired includes time lost because of the schedule of a wonderfully dynamic family. It also includes the nonexistent sense of time when disability kicks in.
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Thursday, November 24, 2011


Passing the freezer section, my younger son saw a turducken.  We decided to pass it for this year, but we also decided that if we ever do make it, we will put a hot dog in the middle.  Tuducken is such a fun word that we would have to make it even funnier by adding a dog.

Mom's Pecan Pie

Yes there are many versions of Pecan Pie and it is funny that Penny once gave mom her recipe and it was the same recipe Grandma had.  Mom says she usually uses less butter than it calls for.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

No Bake Cookies a.k.a. DooDoo Cookies

I just got a text asking for this recipe. Why isn't it on the blog yet? Well, that's an easy one! I don't like them.  Growing up I heard them called many names: No Bake Cookies, DooDoo Cookies, DooDoo Yummies, Cow Plops, Poop Balls, etc........

I've had them at church events rolled in coconut, chopped nuts, various cold sugar cereals, and other things I don't even want to guess what they are.

I guess you could use the recipe but basically it might be about the same to take a spoonful of peanut butter and smash on some toppings.  Oh well, here's the scan of the recipe from the old recipe card file. The ingredient on the fold of the middle of the paper says 1/4 to 1/2 cup peanut butter.

Oh great! One of my children just saw me doing this and said, "I want Cow Plops."