August 17

Lucky 10 It Always Comes Down To Green Backs

Having traveled to small towns all across America meeting and interviewing people has given me overwhelming need to share what I have learned and experienced.   In addition to the book I am writing about a small town and the women specifically I plan to write e-course to help women living in 2nd world countries become more independent personally and financially.  Simply put  to help them enjoy life more.   I also will build a strong affiliate network on the blog site it write

To recap and answer the question bullet point style.   What are the key ways in which you want to make money online in your chosen business or which are the key online revenue streams you want to focus on in your existing business?

  1. Write market and sell online courses.
  2. Build a strong affiliate network.
  3. On site advertising
  4. Guest Speaking

And of course it always comes down to preparation, sharing and eating of food for me.  I find it very interesting how the women of Churchville have built a mini culture around food.  In fact I am working on an e-course right now called Pure Bliss the Enjoyment of Food.  With a little learning mixed in.  Only because I am really hungry as I write this I will share what I am about to make for breakfast.   Today I will also be  submitting this recipe to Sally Ray for the Church Cook Book.

Any Time Granola

4 cups old fashioned rolled oats

1 cup coconut (I always sneak a little extra in)

2 cups nuts roughly chopped (I prefer Almonds) any nuts you have on hand with the exception of cashews they need to go in after it has cooled.

Combine all above in a large bowl

¼ cup real maple syrup

¼ cup honey

6 Tbs Canola oil

2 tsp cinnamon

1 t vanilla

Combine and stir into oatmeal mixture

Using a large jelly roll pan with parchment paper, pour into pan.  Bake at 300º for 45 – 50 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.  Watch as once it starts browning it goes fast and when light brown take out and  cool.

Stir in any of the following died fruit once cooled:

Apricots, craisins, raisins, cherries, figs, dates, cashews and yes cashews need to go in after cooled they cannot be baked they will soften.

Thank you Grandma for always having this on hand in up north

Posted August 17, 2013 by Kim Kalan in category Blog Challange, Church Cooks, Krissy Carpenter