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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Cheesy Goodness

I have compiled all of my yummy cheesy recipes in one place, so you can find them.

I need to be placing my cheese order, too.  My favorite cheese stores to order from are Alp and Dell and Decatur Cheese, both in Wisconsin.  We visited Alp and Dell when we visited Dairy Carrie.

Appetizers:

Bacon Cheeseburger Jalapeno Poppers 

Easy Baked Brie
Hot Taco Dip
Jalapeno Poppers
Taco Bites
Touchdown Taco Dip

Salads and Sides:

Bacon Broccoli Salad
Cherry Tomato Salad
One Step Mac and Cheese
Steak and Pasta Salad

Breads:

Two Cheese Wheat Bread
 

Main Dishes:

All in One Lasagna 
Beef Taquitos 
Beefy Taco Bake
Cheesy Enchiladas
Cheesy Mostaccioli
Chicken Crescents
Easy Beefy Cheesy Burritos
Flatbread Steak Pizza 
Italian Beef Roll
Italian Roast Beef Panini
Kansas Farmer's Mexican Skillet
Mexican Hamburger Skillet
Slow Cooker Mexican Shredded Beef
Spicy Shredded Beef
No Boil the Noodle Lasagna
Overnight Lasagna
Pork Chalupas
Steak and Pasta Salad
Stuffed Rolls
Taco Bake

Soups:

Beefy Nacho Potato Soup
Sausage Soup
Spicy Cheeseburger Soup
Taco Soup
Taco Soup with a Twist

Desserts:

Amazing Banana Pudding
Cherry Cheese Pie
Cream Cheese Snickerdoodles
Heavenly Frosted Banana Bars
Pecan Pie Cheesecake

Breakfast:

Breakfast Hash
Quick Breakfast Quiche
Slow Cooker Breakfast 

 

Pasture Pig Farmer Math 3

In an effort to make math more interesting for kids and to make my kids understand that math really is important, I have started a series of Farmer Math questions to go along with the Flat Aggie reports.  These are patterned after the blog Bedtime Math.  Some of the questions are easy enough for pre-schoolers and sometimes I come up with some to even challenge high school seniors.
These questions follow the report Flat Aggie on a Pig Farm in Illinois.  Additional educational materials can be found in the post All About Pigs from The Illinois Farm Girl.

For additional Pig Farmer Math Questions on different levels, visit Pig Farmer Math and Pig Farmer Math 2.

1.  Flat Aggie helped build fence for the pigs.  One pen has two sides that are 20 feet long and two sides that were 40 feet long.  What is the perimeter of the pig pen?

2.  What shape is the shape of the pen in question 1?

3.  Flat Aggie helped build another pig pen that has all four sides that are 30 feet long.  What is the perimeter of the pen?

4.  What is the shape of the pen in question 3?

5.  The temperature outside the nursery was -20°F and the temperature inside was 70°F.  What is the temperature difference between the two?

ANSWERS:
 1.)  120 feet   2.)  rectangle   3.)  120 feet   4.)  square   5.) 90°F 
If you are a teacher or homeschooler that would like more information to go with the Flat Aggie reports, send me a message on my contact form.  Along with the report and the Farmer Math questions, we send each teacher an additional page of activities, crossword puzzles and sometimes a few hands on activities.
-A Kansas Farm Mom