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- 10/09/15 - 10/10/15 Jill Savage in Wichita, KS at Kansas District Ladies Retreat
- 10/16/15 Jill Savage in Naperville, IL at Trinity Church of the Nazarene–GEMS Moms
- 10/22/15 Jill Savage in Roswell, GA at Northside Church – Mom’s Night Out
- 11/05/15 Jill Savage in Decatur, IL at First Christian Church — Women’s Ministry
- 11/13/15 - 11/14/15 Jill Savage in Rochester, MN at Hearts at Home Minnesota
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Category Archives: In The Kitchen
The first time I remember eating eggplant was when my mother made Eggplant Parmesan growing up. I confess it wasn’t my favorite meal. Because of that, I’ve stayed away from eggplant until recently. I decided to give it … Continue reading
Last summer I fell in love with kale after we grew it in our garden and it produced from mid-summer until Thanksgiving! Kale is a good source of Dietary Fiber, Protein, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus, and a very … Continue reading
We’ve had a wonderful harvest of green beans this summer! Whether it’s garden harvest or fresh beans from the grocery store, I’ve grown to prefer fresh beans over canned or frozen beans (although canned or frozen beans are perfectly fine … Continue reading
My husband loves to eat bell peppers raw. He just slices them up and enjoys! I’ve not always been a fan of bell peppers, and I don’t particularly care for them raw, but I’ve learned to love them in stir … Continue reading
Since my breast cancer journey, our family has slowly been changing our eating habits. Cancer has a way of making you think about what you put in your body more intentionally. When I finished my treatment a year ago, my … Continue reading
Now that we have a two-year-old in the house, we’re always looking for fun activities to keep her busy. This edible playdough is a recipe I made for my kids many years ago. It’s easy to make and easy to … Continue reading
I’ve been baking cut out cookies with my kids for 29 years. Through many disappointments and trials and errors, I’ve finally learned how to do it well at every stage of mothering. Let me share my secrets with you! Here’s the … Continue reading
Our new clean eating journey has us experimenting with new foods, new spices, and new ways of making some of our favorite recipes. We’ve cut out refined sugars, GMO (genetically modified organism) foods, and artificial sweeteners, as well as reducing … Continue reading
So I’ve finally begun a serious move toward clean eating. Cancer will do that to you, you know. It also helps that two of my kids have really gotten into clean eating. They did the Whole 30 challenge and got … Continue reading
As we’ve been changing our eating habits at the Savage household, one thing I’ve started to be more aware of is what produce I should be buying organic. As a mom feeding seven hungry people, I usually disregarded organic options … Continue reading
During the winter months, homemade hot chocolate is a favorite at the Savage household. In fact, when my kids’ friends come over, they always ask, “Mrs. Savage, can we please have some of your famous hot chocolate!” I’ve even been … Continue reading
Earlier this fall, one of Austin’s friends was at our house enjoying homemade cookies. She said, “Mrs. Savage, will you teach me how to make cookies?” I promised her I would. Last week I texted her and invited her to … Continue reading