Terra Walker

Terra loves creating recipes, imparting wisdom, searching for an amazing cider, owning this website, and traveling the globe. You can catch up with Terra on the channels above, where she never uses third person, because she hates writing about herself that way.

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition – Episode 4

I figure I better put this up, since people are ranting about this week’s show on last week’s post. This week, Carmen withdrew because of the injuries she sustained from eating the floor on last week’s episode. At least, that’s what she said. I have a feeling she just couldn’t keep playing with the meat with faces. That seems more…

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How To Spend 3 Days in Sunny South Florida

The first picture I took at my new home in Florida - a spork in the road

I hadn’t been at my new home for 2 hours when a friend of mine texted and asked when he could visit. Truthfully, he could have flown in the next day because I hadn’t been around people for a week, and was ready to be surrounded by laughter again. Instead, I asked him to give me 2 weeks to settle…

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Choose Your Own Adventure Cookies

Pick Your Mixins - A Spork in the Road - pin now, make them tonight

This is the most-versatile cookie recipe you’ll ever have access to. It has been a lifesaver during prep for Hurricane Irma, because it lends itself to making many types of cookies in a short amount of time, without having to make several batters. This is especially nice if you have kids, too, because then they can choose their own flavor…

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Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition – Episode 2

worst cooks in america season 11 celebrity

This week’s Worst Cooks: Celebrity was pretty funny. I don’t know why I get a kick out of watching people scramble to do something based on instructions they didn’t make note of. It’s probably because I can identify with them.  Do you know how many times I’ve not written something down, thinking, “I’ll remember that”, and then stood there, staring…

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Brand New Yogi

I am resistant to anything that makes me slow down and take a look around me, at least physically. I always notice beautiful things while I’m on the go, but as you might imagine, it’s fleeting. This is why yoga is so hard for me, and why in need it. I first thought about practicing yoga more than a decade…

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