103 Crazy Ideas for Surviving Suburbia is a modern domestic guide with a simple, practical, and frugal approach. The goal is crazy happiness.
Each 1-page idea is written in an outline style. Topics include raising children, dealing with extended family, friends, school, bullies, budget, home, pets, redecorating, recycling, money, shopping, and travel. It also addresses the harder things in life: rejection, failure, loss, financial reversal, divorce, and coping with a sick child. The second half of the book has 103 customized recipes that add flavor to each idea.
We always have cornbread dressing on Thanksgiving (with turkey). Some people like it on Christmas too. Here's my recipe. Make cornbread according to package directions. I use the recipe on the Pioneer Corn Meal package. When the cornbread is cooled, transfer it to a large bowl and break it up into fine crumbles. Add desired amount of finely, chopped onions and celery. Season with a desired amount of onion powder, garlic powder and pepper. Pour one to two cans of chicken broth into mixture. Mix well. (If you plan to make ahead and freeze the cornbread, transfer contents into a freezer container at this point. Then, defrost and bake). Transfer cornbread dressing into a baking dish and bake at 350 F until warm. .
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