To Do Tuesday!!


To Do Tuesday is my favorite day of the week. Not only do I get to learn so many new things but I get to learn them with my daughter! That is why I was really happy to have been contacted by Rosanne the Blog Editor for Imagination-Café’s Blog http://imaginationcafeblog.blogspot.com/. Rosanne was kind enough to allow me to re-publish some of the wonderful recipes from Imagination Café’s What’s Cooking.

My Daughter Ashtyon all ready to cook up something good!

My daughter and I had a blast going through all of the wonderful recipes. She picked out her favorite two recipes that she wanted to try and so here they are! I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!

       1 can pork and beans (1 lb. 12 oz. can)
1 can whole kernel corn with liquid (16 oz. can)
1 package of hot dogs cut into 1-inch pieces
1 medium onion (chopped)
1 can of diced tomatoes (14-1/2 oz. can)
1 cup ketchup
2 Tbsp. mustard
2 cups water
Salt and pepper to taste
For Directions Please Click HERE

Peanut Butter Kiss

1 cup white sugar
1 cup peanut butter
1 egg
18 milk chocolate candy kisses, unwrapped

For Directions Please Click HERE

See don’t they look GOOD (They were!!) I would love for all of my wonderful readers to head on over to Imagination Café and take a look around! There are some wonderful recipes on their site as well as lots of other fun stuff!

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Here is a  Little Blurb from the owner/operator of Imagination-Cafe, Rosanne Tolin

Imagination Cafe is an interactive website developed by Rosanne Tolin, a mother of four in Valparaiso, Indiana. It’s a place where children can “feed their minds” with an eclectic menu like no other, including educational activities, games, writing projects and quizzes. “I love to use the Web to communicate to kids, because that’s the medium they’re most comfortable with,” Tolin says.

While games remain the most popular item on the site, kids can also look to their future by checking out Career-O-Rama, which features first-hand interviews with people in various jobs.

It’s something Tolin says is unique to Imagination Cafe. “That’s one way I wanted to set our site apart from the others out there,” she says. “I want to inspire kids to follow their dreams. I didn’t see that kind of stuff on other kids’ sites.”

The website also allows kids to post a picture of their favorite pet and has a “suggestion box” for them to submit their ideas for the Cafe. “I definitely take those to heart,” Tolin says. “Sometimes I’ll get really good ideas and implement them.”

Imagination Cafe has received accolades, including its listing on the American Library Association website as one of its “Great Website for Kids”. “I’m pretty proud of that, because they don’t choose many!” Tolin says.

Comments

  1. MsBabyPlan says:

    Hello there, what a great young chef. Thanks for stopping by and following me. I am following you back. Have a great Tuesday.

  2. Following you back from Friday Follow!

    Thanks for stopping by!
    Terri

  3. The recipes sound delicious. Thanks for sharing the site! I am following you back from Friday Follow!

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