Funky Fresh Kitchen – Join the Fun!!

 

I haven’t attempted to turn a cartwheel since I was in my early twenties. I actually almost pulled a muscle just picturing myself turning a cartwheel today. BUT, I am so excited about the next two weeks I really am tempted to do some flips. After a lot of emailing, planning, organizing and brainstorming, I have a lot to tell you about. Where should I start?

First maybe I should explain what Funky Fresh Kitchen is all about.

Fall is almost here. I don’t know if you are like me, but this time of year I’m always looking for a fresh start. I want to get into a nice, organized routine. I want to set new goals for my family and for my kitchen. I want to enjoy all the wonderful, fresh food of harvest time. I want to start baking again as the weather turns cooler. I want to try new recipes. And I want my kitchen to be funky.

Funky? Yes, funky. Functional, if you really want to be technical, but I like calling it a Funky Kitchen, mostly because it makes me giggle. (Obviously, I’m easily amused.)

Make plans to join us here for the next two weeks of Funky Fresh Kitchen fun! I have new recipes to share, I’ll be offering up some challenges (are you ready to get your game on?), I’ve got some incredible giveaways and there will be some majorly discounted items in our shop.

I’ve got so many posts and so much excitement, I’m going to suggest that you may want to subscribe to Heavenly Homemakers and/or join my Facebook page so that you don’t miss anything. Trust me, you don’t want to miss anything.

The giveaways I have lined up? Well, you may just want to join me in the cartwheel attempts after you hear about these. Are you ready?

Cultures for Health has agreed to give away an Excalibur Food Dehydrator!! It’s true. AND (yes, I am screaming here) Paula’s Bread has offered to give away my most favorite Funky Fresh Kitchen item ever:  a Nutrimill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Let us all pause now for a moment of synchronized cartwheel turning and screaming.)

And don’t forget the new recipes I’ll be sharing. Some are chocolate and some include broccoli and all of them are easy and will inspire you to make fresh, healthy changes in your kitchen. Goodness, I’m so excited while I’m typing, I’m realizing that I have forgotten to breathe. You are all still breathing aren’t you? Okay good. We can’t all pass out before we even begin all the fun.

Share this post with all your friends on Facebook and in your neighborhood and tell your sisters and cousins and friends at church and college roommates and your bff and your bff’s sisters and cousins and everyone you can think of who could and should join us as we pursue our Funky Fresh Kitchens.

funkykitchencoversmTo get us started, we are offering our Do the Funky Kitchen eBook (which is regularly $4.95) for only $1.00. Yes, a buck. Read my favorite tips and suggestions for achieving a funky (functional) and organized kitchen, fresh and clean for fall.  But hurry – our discounted price of $1.00 will only be available for the first 100 purchasers. As of now, you can purchase Do the Funky Kitchen eBook for just $1.50 – available for the next 150 purchasers!! After that, the price will creep up little by little throughout the week. Take advantage of this deal while you can!

Watch for specials and discounts like this for the next two weeks during this Funky Fresh Kitchen feature.

Also:  By leaving a comment on ANY post with the above Funky Fresh Kitchen button featured, you will be entered to win one of five $10 gift certificates good for anything downloadable in our Heavenly Homemakers Shop. Because the button is featured on this post, comments right here and now will be added to the drawing for our gift certificates! Let the commenting, the Funky Kitchen eBook purchasing, the facebooking and sharing begin!

Watch for frequent updates, new ideas and recipes, discounts and giveaways – you don’t want to miss a thing. Thanks for joining me! It’s gonna be a great two weeks!

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  1. Shara says

    Love it! Just found you a couple of weeks ago and i cannot wait to make some of your recipes. They sound like food my family and I will eat. We have been whole grain for the past 2 years and as natural as possible, so I am excited to hear more.

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  2. Vanessa says

    Came across your blog a few days ago and haven’t stopped reading! ALready I’ve made the bulk taco seasoning, ranch & italian dressings( all in jars of course). Can’t wait to get my funky kitchen going!

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  3. says

    Perfect timing! We just moved into a new house and I’m so excited to have such a large kitchen, but I need to figure out how best to organize it! :)

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  4. Verena says

    I cannot tell you how much I absolutely enjoy your site- your enthusiasm is exactly what I need some days. Looking forward to this series of posts!!

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  5. Tiffany says

    Awesome timing (as usual!). I have been working on getting things organized. I love this time of year. It seems as the holidays get closer the need for organization grows. Looking forward to the next couple of weeks.

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  6. Keara says

    I’ll be looking forward to seein what’s new each day…thanks for being such an enthused inspiration :)

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  7. Julie says

    Extra excited because I’m moving next month to a place with a bigger better kitchen! Looking forward to the tips-ntricks that will help me set up a new “funky” space!

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  8. Jennifer H says

    Laura,

    You had me wanting to turn cartwheels. But with my back, I just imagined I was doing them. Gotta be able to walk and do housework! Can’t wait to get Funky in my kitchen.

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  9. says

    I like it! We’re moving to our first house (!!) next weekend and I’ve been daydreaming about how to organize my kitchen. With a pantry. And a center island. And COUNTER SPAAAAAAAAAACE!!! Oh yay yay. K I’m going to spend $1 now.

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  10. Corrie J says

    I’ll definitely be reading. :) I’ve been saving swagbucks for a nutrimill, but I could definitely spend them on something else should I happen to win. :)

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  11. Shelly says

    Yay! I am really needing some good ideas on how to make my kitchen more funky! Can’t wait for the awesome giveaways either! Love reading your blog, you have inspired me to start cooking healthier food for my family.

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  12. Karen says

    I’m so excited a friend told me about you a couple of days ago. Just the type thing I want to spend some time doing.

    Karen in Tn

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  13. Jen says

    YAY!! for a funky kitchen!! I just love love love when you do a series like this!! Can’t wait to see whats in store for us readers!!

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  14. Katie says

    So excited about this. Ready to get all organized and funkified. Really trying hard to change the way we think about food and what we are putting into our bodies. I just figured out how to put all of your eBooks on my ipad. Now I can take them with me where ever I go!!!!! Would love to win the gift certificate and buy the last few books that I don’t already own.

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  15. Kelly says

    Bring on da funk! :) Would love to win the dehydrator or nutrimill…. just like the 1000 other people…lol… but, worth a try when they pop up here later.

    Kelly

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  16. Lyndsay says

    Yay! I just downloaded the book, and I cannot wait for the new recipes! And a dehydrator would be so cool, I would love to make my little guy some treats that don’t include apples like the store bought stuff! I may do a cartwheel with you. Or not, but I will jump up and down!

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  17. says

    Love it, sounds great. Can’t wait. Now I just have to get the “Play that funky music white boy” song out of my head… after reading this post, for some reason it is there, playing over and over again…. where did that come from.

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  18. says

    Doing cartwheels and screaming right along with you!! We will be joining you from Ebenezer Forest Farm…. bring on the chocolate recipes!
    ~Cynthia

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  19. Lisa H. says

    I am thrilled to join you in the cartwheels…. let’s call them ‘virtual cartwheels’….
    I would love a gift certificate!

    Thanks so much.

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  20. Christy says

    I am indeed feeling all goal-oriented as this fall approaches: that’s unusual for me! But the more we turn towards whole foods, the more I need to be efficient in the kitchen. Glad for the help!

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  21. says

    You must have read my mind- LOL:) I have been thinking of ways to get more organized. And trying out new fall recipes- YEA!!! Sounds like fun- can’t wait.

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  22. says

    Wowsa, Laura, those are some HUGE give-aways! Since I could never do a proper cartwheel even in my youth, the virtuals will do just dandy for me… and hopefully won’t require a visit to the chiropractor : )

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  23. Felicia says

    Can’t wait….need all the help I can get!! I love your website. I have learned a ton and have started on my healthy eating journey. Thank you for everything you are doing@!

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  24. Chris says

    This is just what I needed. I was thinking this week about how I want to get back in the swing of things with cooking. Looking forward to the next 2 weeks.

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  25. says

    I am so excited….I love an organized kitchen, but I completely lose it this time of year with canning, and produce constantly being brought in…cant wait to see what you have in store for us

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  26. Meghan V. says

    FRESH? Yes!!!! I’m turning over a new leaf in my kitchen. Going to try and start some freezer cooking with meals. Currently I do breads and baked goods but not actual meals yet.

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  27. Mary says

    I am so excited and ready to have a funky kitchen! I will be watching for all the fun challenges and I am excited to get the ebook at a reduced price!

    Thank you!!!!

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  28. says

    Just got my ebook-yay! I would love to win a dehydrator too! I already have a Nutrimill, but I could sell it and BUY a dehydrator if I won that, lol. Very exciting-thanks!

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  29. says

    Tiny kitchen.. eight of twelve children still at home..lots of cooking from scratch.. wish I could have met your Grandma and swapped stories with her. I am going to enjoy this series as one can never be to funKtional inn the kitchen,!

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  30. Micki Hawkins says

    I, like you, am so excited to get back into a routine and mor scheduled life. I love,love, love summer and the busy, crazy (sometimes lazy) days that I get to spend with my kiddos,but now I’m ready to settle in and look forward to next summer. Looking forward to reading your book! (on my way over to buy it right now!)

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  31. Angeline says

    Missed the deal on the reduced price eBook :( I have been addicted to your site since being introduced to you at my Natural Mom’s Group. It is like my new Facebook!

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  32. Lisa says

    I am SO in! I, too, love to try to get reorganized in my home in the fall. It’s the perfect time to prepare for all the goodness autumn brings. I’m so excited to see what’s in store here!

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  33. Anna says

    Oh I am so excited too! I was just telling my husband the other day, how in our crazy world; as it is, I feel fellowship and friendship– even here online where I have never really “met” you. What a blessing it has been!!!

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  34. Debbi says

    Doing mental cartwheels too! (I don’t dare attempt the real ones, it would get ugly fast!) Looking forward to the line up over the next few weeks!

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  35. Lori says

    I am thinking the same in starting fresh with routine this fall- both life in general with school kids now and lots of new recipes to bake. Both the Nutrimill and a dehydrator are on my wish list, so I thought I had better comment. I wish I was there to do some real cartwheels together! Your writing makes me smile.

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  36. Rhoda says

    Looking forward to all the fun spinning around here (the cartwheels of course!). Thank you for all the possibilities. And thank you for all that you do to keep us encouraged, motivated, and sometimes getting the kick in the pants that we need to move out of our comfort zones to try something a little different.

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  37. heather d. says

    Wow! Sounds exciting and fun, exactly what I need right now. And a chance to win stuff? Super fun. I could really use all of those things. I’ve had my eye on the Tortilla ebook for awhile now;)

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  38. Betty Sievert says

    Tried to do a back flip. My 61 year old body just didn’t make it. I now despraetly need a Nutrimill so I can help to heal myself with healty, organic breads and stuff.

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    Alisha Reply:

    lol..too funny!

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  39. Alisha says

    How exciting! I just had a baby 1.5 weeks ago and am dying to get back in my kitchen to reorganize and start cooking again!!

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  40. Tena says

    Trying to eat better to improve the health of my family and maybe remove some autistic behaviors. While the dehydrator and Nutrimil are great, we have already been blessed by the information you have shared with our family. Looking forward to some new recipes! Thanks for all you do.

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  41. Sarah B says

    Wow!! I can’t wait! I would love to win both the dehydrataor and the nutrimill those are both on my someday wish list!!

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  42. Brinna says

    I am so excited about this. I have been working on getting my kitchen organized & working for me for about a year.

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  43. Karen Sims says

    Thank you so much, Laura! I love your blog and learn so much from you about marriage, my kids, my home…thank you! I just ordered “Do the Funky Chicken” for a dollar, and it is WONDERFUL! You are a blessing to me and to my family!

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  44. Denise says

    I was just looking around my kitchen this morning and wondering what I could do to improve it! Hope to get some good ideas from your series. Thanks for your encouragement.

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  45. judy says

    I have been thinking about what I could do to make my kitchen more “funky”.

    You always make me laugh, which does me good like medicine, and is better for me than medicine. I passed your blog on to two people in the last few weeks, that’s how much I love you!

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  46. Nancy Michel says

    I’m looking forward to the new series on the Funky Fresh Kitchen!! Fall gets me into the “nesting” mode, whereI want everything cleaned, chasnged around to look cozier/warmer for the upcoming winter. I also start my planning for Christmas gifts, as well as putting up LOTS of produce to help us thru the winter.

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  47. Erin S says

    Fall around our parts doesn’t begin until middle to end of October but I’m up for (and sooo ready for) getting back to baking in the kitchen. Looking forward to all of your fun, new posts!

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  48. Jackie Leyba says

    WOO HOO!!!! If I could do cartwheels I would. I can’t wait to start getting my kitcehn in order. I would SO love to win a nutrimill!!! I can’t wait to see the new recipes & articles!! Love your website!!

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  49. Jenny says

    Woo!! Sounds exciting! And an the Nutrimill! Wow!!

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    Jenny Reply:

    Ha! I’m so excited I can’t type correctly! Yeah, I don’t know where that “an” came from!

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  50. Samantha Marshall says

    I got so excited reading this post. And i needed a little sunshine in my day. Thanks for being the one to part the clouds!

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  51. Cara C says

    This is awesome! My sister just recently shared your website with me and I am totally in love with it. I’ve tried several of your recipes already, and they turned out great. I’m always on the lookout for simple healthy recipes! I love your sense of humor in the way you write. Thanks for sharing how the Lord has blessed you and your family.

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  52. susan says

    oh i want that dehydrator so much!!! can’t wait. i’m at the perfect spot to start my “fresh” kitchen. Monday sends the 4 oldest kids off to school and for the first time in 7.5 years i only have one kid at home with me. major mixed feelings about that one. i’ll miss the 2 middles alot as it’s their first day at all day school. but i can’t wait to see the great stuff you’ve got planned

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  53. Stephanie says

    SO looking forward to all you have for us!!! Your cooking wisdom and insight has been a huge blessing for me as I’ve started down this road of a healthier eating lifestyle for my family. :)

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  54. Alecia says

    Love this website and all the informative, educational, and funny posts. It’s inspired me to get serious about what my family is eating and teach them about healthier ways to eat and love it! Thanks and God Bless!!

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  55. Amy T says

    We are re-doing our kitchen in about 3 weeks, so all this new info on organizing and keeping clean a brand new kitchen really couldn’t come at a more perfect time!

    Thanks Laura ;-)

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  56. Dara says

    Your posts make me smile! And those giveaways are pretty sweet, too. We’re in the process of moving but once settled, I’m looking forward to having a funky kitchen as well! :)

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  57. Michelle says

    I am on a week’s vacation from work and part of that time is scheduled for organizing the kitchen. I’m looking forward to the next few weeks and I bought your ebook to help me.

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  58. Laura says

    Sure, I’d love a $10 gift certificate! You make me laugh, Laura! Oh, and cook. And shop well. You are inspiring! You Go, Girl!!

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  59. Sarah S says

    oh, I’m SO excited to see the new recipes, Laura!! And of ourse, I’d love to be entered into the drawing, too! ;-)

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  60. Bernadette says

    I love the “button” for this theme! Looks so inviting! Also excited to hear about the food dehydrator! What an exciting group of posts you have coming!

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  61. Shannon says

    Very cool Laura. Except, now that it’s nearing fall, I’m getting the organizational “itch” for my house instead. I’ve been throwing things out like crazy. Looking to you for inspiration!

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  62. Sheila says

    I just bought the Learn Your Letters and would have loved the discount but will just have to force myself to buy more of your awesome ebooks.

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  63. Jessica says

    I just started reading your blog! I love it and would love a Nutrimill. I can’t wait to start trying recipes. I just joined your facebook page. How do I enter the drawing?

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    Laura Reply:

    By leaving the comment you just left here, you’ll be entered in the drawing for 5 $10 gift certificates for our HeavenlyHomemakers Shop. You’ll be able to read about the other giveaways during the next two weeks!

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  64. Kathy says

    I would love to know how to have a “Funky Kitchen.” With working full-time and having 2 boys play football it keeps me hopping to get meals made and get to football games after work. There are times that my husband will cook and meal before he goes to work at 4:00 and then we just warm it up.

    Love you site and find it very informative and enjoyable to read.

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  65. kathy says

    I’m with you – school starts Monday, my oldest son just started college (commuting) and I want to have good food on hand when they get home, so getting my kitchen “funky” would be a good start! Can’t wait to see what’s coming.

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  66. Jessica says

    I have both a Nutriill AND an Excalibur Dehydrator, & let me tell you, whoever wins those will NOT be disappointed!!!

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  67. Lisa M says

    A Nutrimill?!?! Really?!?! That is sssssssooooooooo cool! And I am so looking forward to the recipies! I love fall!!!

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  68. Rylie says

    yay! This is very exciting; I can’t wait to see what you have in store for the next couple of weeks.

    I’m just starting college, and everyone says that college is the time to start with a clean slate. This is what I’m really hoping to do: eat better, study harder, be more organized and responsible, while trying to get to and from school every day. Daunting task, but I’m really really going to try. So, this “start fresh” theme is just perfect for me. I plan to be mor of a poster rather than a silent reader as well on this site. I feel like for all of the hard work you do, you deserve appreciation. :) Thank you so much; you’re such a blessing.
    Rylie

    I do have one question:
    What format do your EBooks come in? I’m totally blind, and I have a software on my computer that reads everything to me on the screen. But, sometimes, the formatting of books gives the program trouble, and it doesn’t read it well at all. I might try downloading one of your free Ebooks to test out the accessibility.

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    Laura Reply:

    Rylie – the ebooks come in PDF format – will that work for you? :)

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  69. Kirstin N. says

    How exciting!! I truly look forward to getting on the computer and seeing if you have posted anything for the day! Reading your blog makes me giggle and smile and I love that! A happy, motivated Mom is good for the rest of the family!!

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  70. Joyce says

    Thank you for your givaways: both would be wonderful. I have neither. Also looking forward to a Funky, not Junky …Kitchen.

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  71. Rylie says

    Well, I downloaded the “for the Love of Pie” EBook, and it kind of worked. The problem was the screen reader read it as though there was only one word on each line. I’d like to say I’ll just deal with it, but there’s no way I could read a book with only one word on each line. I wish I had much better news to tell. I have no idea why it would read the books like that. :( PDF’s sometimes work, and sometimes don’t.

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  72. Rylie says

    Sorry for the double comment, but I was sitting there saying why it wasn’t working, and didn’t even tel you how it could work. Jaws, or job access with speech, which is the screen reader just for future reference, works really well with any plain text or MS word documents. RTF format works fine as well. I have no idea whether it’s possible to get these books in any of those formats, but those are the ones that work best. I really hope there’s something we can do together to get these to work because I would love to buy some of your books, and I have other blind friends as well who I know would be interested.

    Thanks so much,
    Rylie

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    Laura Reply:

    If you make the purchase, my shop would immediately send you the pdf file. But then if you email me, I could simply email you the MS word doc. I think that should work on about all of my ebooks if that’s something you’d like to try!

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  73. says

    Sure, the one time I don’t check my e-mail right away :)

    Sounds like you have been a busy girl and I appreciate you having some fun lined up for all of us!

    Heather

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  74. Rylie says

    Wow…if you wouldn’t mind doing that, that would be wonderful! Now I can buy this book before the price goes up. :) Thank you so much for working with me.

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  75. Christy says

    This sounds wonderful. I have been learning a lot from you and following your menu plans. So I’m geared up to learn how to cook healthier, and more often, for my family.

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  76. Gloria says

    very inspirational, thanks! By the way, surely I’m not the only one who after reading page 1 thought that this book should have been titled “do the funky chicken”?

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  77. says

    I bought your Learn Your Letters book last week, just bought your Funky Kitchen one…I hope I get my kitchen organized while using part of it as my lesson area :0)

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  78. says

    Love this!

    I love the title most of all! How could it be anything but fun?!

    **I was going to put your button on my blog…but I don’t see the code. Am I missing something??

    Thanks!

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  79. says

    sweet! I would love to win the excalibur, or the mill, how do I enter to win those?

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    Laura Reply:

    Stay tuned – the giveaway posts for those will be within this up coming week!

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  80. says

    I am SO excited! Not just about the giveaways (which are rockin’ AWESOME, btw!!), either. I just made my to-do list for the week and it included ORGANIZING THE KITCHEN! I get really overwhelmed by it and your book is perfect timing. I’m going to d/l it now and use that for an excuse to sit here with another cup of coffee :) Thanks and thanks!

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  81. Kristin says

    Just bought the ebook…yay! And I can’t even express how excited I am for the Nutrimill giveaway!!! I have been after one for ages now, but just can’t afford one. This would be a dream come true!!

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  82. lyss says

    I want a nutrimill!!
    I sure hope fall is almost here. It’s been over 100* daily for over 2 months! I’ve pretty much been avoiding using my oven. Our a/c is struggling enough as it is!

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  83. Judee Lefler says

    Thank you for the opportunity to be in the drawing….what an awesome prize! I just ordered my Funky Kitchen Cookbook yesterday, and am eagerly awaiting it’s arrival in my Inbox. :-)

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    Laura Reply:

    It should have come directly to you after your purchase – if you still haven’t received it, email me (laura at heavenlyhomemakers dot com) and I’ll help you out!

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  84. says

    The Funky Kitchen what fun. I can’t wait to tell my kids that we are going to get a funky kitchen. Thanks for the opportunity to be in the drawings for the gift certificate.

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  85. Lorinda says

    We’ve been without power for the majority of Sat-Mon. some due to Irene and some from the green transformer box down the road….
    How exicting to have such neat things for give aways as we head into Fall! The flour mill is on my list to order. It would be great to win and then I could use what’s in the envelope for wheat berries!

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  86. Kathy says

    We have had a bonanza of tomatoes this season and when they were ripe, my husband would pick, process in the food processor and freezer – last weekend, we thawed and then made and canned 15 quarts of spaghetti sauce —- yum! and we still have 3 gallons of plain tomatoes in the freezer!!!

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  87. Trudi says

    Can’t wait to see what new ideas and tips will be shared — this is such a fantastic website! It’s so great to share with like-minded folks. Just finished canning 48 pints of beets (pints are the perfect size for our family — less chance of waste). Will do homemade spaghetti sauce next week and am picking up 40 lbs. of fresh Palisade (Colorado) peaches in a day or two to start canning and freezing. For lack of a better word . . . yum!

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  88. Kelly says

    I love your book and am so jealous of the bounty you are preparing for the year. I didn’t have a summer garden this year but I am already planning a winter garden; I love lettuce, spinach, and the like and have always wanted to grow some. You are truly an inspiration :)

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  89. Carmen says

    Very exciting. I want to win both of your big prizes (Excalibur Food Dehydrator and the Nutrimill) so I can understand why you were doing cartwheels :). Looking forward to ready all the posts.

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  90. Debi Potts says

    It’s time to start eating better and one of the reason’s I avoid my kitchen is that it’s a disaster area. If anything can help me organize, I’m all for it! Sadly, I can’t afford $1.50 until payday … but payday is coming soon! You wouldn’t happen to be giving away a dishwasher, would you? lol. :)

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  91. Jean says

    This giveaway and the Funky Fresh Kitchen sounds like it will be fun! I’m just catching up on reading, so I’m late joining in…but I’ll enjoy it anyway! :o)

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  92. Donna says

    Hi Laura:
    I wanted you to know how great your funky fresh kitchen e-book is. It has and is going to change mine and my families’
    life.

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  93. Mandi says

    So I’m way behind…I’d seen your Funky Fresh Kitchen show up, but thought it seemed kind of silly until I just read that Funky = Functional. Now, I think it is great and I’m going to attempt to catch up on what I’ve missed!

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  94. Ann Marie says

    So exciting!! I too look forward to the cooler days of Autumn to kick my cooking and baking into high gear! So glad I happened upon your blog through Pinterest last month. I’ve been working to get away from overly processed food for my family of 6 and I am learning so much from you. Thanks!

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