Sunday, March 29, 2009

Kitchen Gadgets Galore

Yogurt Maker: Didn't know you needed one, now you do! You can save a bundle of money making your own yogurt. And starting at $21 at, you can save even more!

Scooba: Tired of wasting time mopping the kitchen floor? Save time and let Scooba do the work for you. Only $239 at, I doubt you'll find a better Sale anywhere!

Rival Icecream Maker: At $21.95, summer's coming fast, with prices like this, don't pass up your opportunity to have fresh, homemade icecream anytime you want it!

Grill it: Along with your icecream maker, make your BBQ complete with a contemporary Weber Q 300 outdoor grill at $339.99 or make it an indoor festival with the Geroge Foreman Grill at $20.69. But however you serve it up, it's always better cooked fresh on the grill! has a huge selection of small kitchen appliances and kitchen gadgets at amazing prices, most of the time, beating out Walmart, Kmart and Target to name a few! Check them out for yourself and start "Saving in the Kitchen".

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Gollywog's Cake Shop

I know a lady that does fantastic cakes for weddings, birthdays or any occasion, big or small. She is very talented and does a wonderful job on everything. I will have to post some pictures of the cakes she has done so far. So when you have gotten your dress and printed the wedding invitations then give Dawn a call and let her take away the stress of the having the perfect cake.

Gollywog's Cake Shop

I'm Working on a Cook Book!

Dawn and I have been experimenting with making whole grain, multi-grain recipes and we have had SO much success that we are now working on a multi-grain cookbook! We have such a surplus of different grains at the store that we just didn't know what to do with the we decided that we needed to start experimenting. We have been using our regular recipes and tweaking them to work with the multi-grain flour. So far we have had luck with chocolate cupcakes, blueberry muffins and apple cinnamon pancakes. We are giving out samples of the pancakes tomorrow to see how they go over. We are having so much fun! I can't wait to get it finished!

Saturday, March 07, 2009

Are You A Great Cook?

Being a great cook is something that comes naturally to some and slowly to others. But it is not something that you can learn in textbooks, it's something that you have to work at. You have to practice. You have to succeed. And most importantly, you have to FAIL. Through failure, true greatness is born. Failure is the crossroads. Do you throw in the whisk and give up or do you take hold of the moment, figure out what you did wrong and make it right?

Just because you burned the casserole or the bread came out heavy. Don't give up! Learn from it! There is a Great Cook inside us all. Find your's and yank her out kicking and screaming!