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About Measuring Flower

TJ is a former career chef with a bachelor of science degree in writing turned stay-at-home wife, mom, and blogger. She is married to a loving, hard-working engineer and spends most of her day chasing and teaching her energetic children. She also pens posts for MeasuringFlower.com, a gift-gifting, green-living, review, and giveaway site and EatingItREAL.com, a source for nutritional information and traditional food recipes.

Yummy Chicken and Dumplings

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Chicken and Dumplings is a classic, flavorful, and healthful comfort food classic. When properly prepared, it is full of nutritious bone broth, fresh veggies, and fresh grains. Yummy Chicken and Dumplings Ingredients: For Soup 1 whole chicken, rinsed and giblets … Continue reading

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Mini Bacon Quiches with Spelt Pie Crust

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As a kid, I HATED quiche. I have no idea why. Maybe the quiche I tried back then was improperly prepared or contained ingredients that I didn’t like. Whatever the reason, the word “quiche” had a negative connotation in my … Continue reading

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Easy Cheesy Spelt Focaccia

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This focaccia is based off a recipe that my mom made when I was a kid. Throughout the years, I have changed the recipe up, improving upon it and making it more unique. My latest edit of the recipe is … Continue reading

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Bacon Maple Corn Muffins

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¬†We live out in the country. This means that cornbread is a comfort food and cornmeal a staple. And bacon–well, everything’s better with bacon! This recipe marries bacon and cornmeal to produce super delicious, wholesome corn muffins. Bacon Maple Corn … Continue reading

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Spelt Hamburger Buns

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In my journey towards a wholesome, real food diet, I have been experimenting with a variety of different kinds of flours. So far, the flour I have had the most success with (both mechanically and socially with my family) is … Continue reading

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