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I apologize for the audio! My mic isn’t working (or I can’t figure out how to fix it) and I used the built-in mic on my computer.
Mentioned in this podcast:
Non-Clutter Easter Basket Fillers
28 Days to Hope for Your Home (e-book now retired – For detailed guides, check out my books: How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind and Decluttering at the Speed of Life.)
Hey! Do you have the resurrection biscuit instructions posted? So enjoying your daily podcasts!
Dana White says
I don’t! I saw several on Google if you search “resurrection rolls”.
Okay thanks! I was going to just Google it but thought I’d ask first.
Hey the microphone isn’t an issue. I forgot all about it by the time you mentioned it at the end! Some people are audio quality snobs but I will put up with a lot for content I’m excited about! Thanks for the podcast!
Mary Anne says
(I’m slowly catching up here.) I’m so glad you mentioned that your daughter hates marshmallows (sister!), because I was listening to this recipe and drooling and wondering if Jesus couldn’t be something nicer than a marshmallow, ick, but if she loves these I bet I will too.
Egg boiling is easy for my distracted brain (I never remember to set the timer). Add eggs before boiling the water. When it boils, turn off the heat and cover the pot. Wait 5 minutes. Or in my case, whenever I remember to go back to them. They won’t over cook and the egg water is generally cool enough to touch.
I wanted to chime in that I like to get the peck baskets from Michael’s every few years as Easter baskets for my kids. Then we use them in the spring/summer at Pick Your Own farms for berries, etc. I don’t have to buy them every year (we have the tradition of leaving them out for E.B. to fill) but they get a little dingy after a few picking season. I love it because they have a purpose beyond Easter and don’t take up a ton of room to store. PS: I hate Easter grass too! I often try to find green paper crinkle instead and then recycle it but I love the idea of socks and tennis balls! I’m loving your podcasts and they are truly making a difference in how I run my home 🙂