A little about my life, my kids and my tiny obsession with food.
Way to go, Megan. Great article. What a wonderful example the McQuiveys make.
Wow!! I tried your bread recipe the other day (you inspired me). I stink at bread. I didn't do that well, but I will keep trying. I WILL learn how to do it....
Very cool article!! But when did "prepar(ing) dinner just about every night" become news worthy?Where is CNN tonight? I made enchiladas!
I remember meeting your sister on one of her visits out. She's great...and what an awesome example. Her younger sisters are a lot like her.
How timely! Ben and I have just decided to fully convert to wheat bread. Thanks for the recipe.--Cousin Jan
so my Corporation professor just called me up after class to tell me that he asked his daughter, who lives in your area, if she knows "someone who comes from a family of 10 kids, is LDS and has a bunch of young kids?" The daughter asked around to her LDS friends - and all three (one in Chapel school and two others in swimming lessons) all said, "that must be Erin Stanley!" You are so popular.
Hi Erin, I found your blog via Design Mom and have had fun trying some of your recipes and reading your blog. I had no clue Megan McQuivey is your sister! Megan and I were in the same ward for a short time and were seminary teachers (in different wards) at the same time here in Boston. She is truly a wonderful person and such a great mom. Oh, and congrats on your new baby!
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