Monday, April 07, 2014

Domestically Divine Tuesday Link-Up!

Whether you are new to homemaking, experienced, or preparing for one day being responsible for your home and family, chances are that cooking has been on your list of things at which to become proficient.  When I was first married, we ate Hot Pockets and frozen pizzas A LOT.  I knew how to make macaroni and cheese and a hamburger, and that was only if I had a George Foreman grill!

Just a few years ago, someone gave me a gift that changed everything for me in the kitchen!  I was shopping for the right cookware--because if you don't have the cookware you need, it is REALLY hard to cook a variety of meals.  Looking for cookware had me wondering: what do I actually NEED???

I ended up buying this set, which I use along with my cast iron pans, but it was this book that helped me make the list of what to buy:

This book includes information about what kitchen items you need from cookware to utensils and specialty tools, recipes, and tons of other helpful info for someone learning their way (or getting better) around the kitchen!  It's a great addition to your own recipe book collection OR to give as a wedding gift!  

Your turn!


Domestically Divine is a homemaking linkup where we can equip and encourage one another in our high calling as wives, mothers, and homemakers.

Below you can share the link to a post or article on your blog about homemaking. It can be anything that you have learned to make your life Divine. Share tips on home design, cleaning, cooking, health and nutrition, sewing, raising children, home education, homemaking giveaways, marriage, etc....

To share a link to your post about homemaking, you can use the Linky below. Share your link (make sure the link goes directly to your post), title, and image. It's that easy!

Don’t forget to link back here so that others can join in.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for hosting! I enjoy your posts. They speak right to my heart. :-) I shared my 10-year old daughter's Peanut Butter Oat Bars with you today.


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