Moving Back Home

All new posts will be on my blog This Hobbit’s Life. It fits better with my new plan to have fun instead of stressing marketing, and I actually miss the name. 🙂

See you back home!

©Pip Miller

Boosting the Signal


I’ve added a few more sites to my social media list! My new favorite  is Instagram (this link is wonky and I can’t seem to fix it; there’s a link on the list to the right of this post)..I am in love with this! I love that when you follow someone, what you are seeing is ONLY their pictures; no shares or endless reposts of witty sayings or cats. 😉 It can be linked to Twitter (though I’m having an issue with that), Tumblr, Facebook, and a couple others. Since it’s owned by Facebook, it doesn’t link to G+. 😉

My plan is to send Instagram pics and blog posts to all sites, but beyond that, each site will have its own interaction – I’ve decided to end cross-posting between all of them. On the one hand it makes things easier, but on the other, if you’re following me on more than one site, you end up with repetitious info, and what’s the point in that?

Happy March!!!!!

©Pip Miller – March 2015

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An Idea

Cuz…my mom..and I’m busting up laughing. 😉

strangely peculiar

You know how food blog writers seem to get sent tons of free things? Hey, here’s a recipe I’ve been making for years. Tweaked and tweaked til I got it just the way I like it.

Meat Pie
Brown a pound of ground meat. I use Shady Brook Farms ground turkey. Drain if necessary. Top with a can of cream corn or other veg (drained) of your choice. Top that with about a cup of grated sharp cheddar. Mix 1/2 c Bisquick, 2 eggs, I cup milk, and pour over. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes.

I cook the turkey in the iron skillet and just use it to bake in, otherwise use a greased 8×8 pan. I also use a jar of Heinz Roasted Turkey Gravy in place of the milk. There. Send the free stuff, I’ll be watching for it. Oh, don’t drain the creamed corn, that’s…

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