I love crackers! But I greatly dislike how much a box cost and how much artificial and unhealthy ingredients are in a box of store bought crackers. After trying several types of recipes, I created my own, whole grain, whole wheat, oatmeal cracker recipe. These are actually GOOD for you! You can feel good about serving these to your kids. The recipe is easy enough to have your kids help you make them.
Mix it up a bit and use cookie cutters to make fun shapes out of them or sprinkle the top of the unbaked crackers with your favorite seasonings. The possibilities are endless! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do. -Janelle
This hoagie roll recipe is made easier by making the dough in a stand mixer and then shaping them by hand. If you don’t have a stand mixer, you can always make these the “old-fashioned” way by kneading them by hand. Don’t be intimidated by the amount of steps involved in this recipe. Most of the time involved is passive, making this a great recipe to make while watching kids.
What happens when you look like the Archduke of Aldoria and are yet a wanted man? You become the perfect candidate to become an impersonator. That is exactly what Blacky Lee did when he was confused with the Archduke one night.
The story of The Iron Duke by L. Ron Hubbard is a tale full of twists and turns. You never know where it will end. You jump right into the middle of the story of Blacky Lee and his counterpart fleeing for Aldoria. After selling dud weapons to the Nazi’s and being highly sought after men, Blacky Lee jumps a train in an attempt to flee. But when he is suddenly confused with being the Archduke of Aldoria, he decided to use his new found “power” for his own benefit. At first, Blacky was only going to use it to get him out of the country but when Countess Zita wished for his company and then the eventual return to the palace, Blacky Lee inevitably is found out to be an impostor.
Will Blacky Lee escape? Or will he be sent to a firing squad?
This short work of fiction is interesting to read but I found it hard to keep the whole story straight with all the different twists and turns. I would NOT recommend this for children since there is some rougher language and pushes dishonestly and bad morals.
The book is overall small in size, making it perfect to tuck inside of ones purse or briefcase. Both the front and back cover are folded in so you can use those as a way to mark your place in the book. The cover is also made out of a heavier type of paper that would hold up better to a lot of use. At the end of the book, they have a story preview for one of L. Ron Hubbard’s other works of fiction, as well as a list of all the books that were written by Hubbard.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest reading and review of it. All opinions are mine.