This is an easy read for upper elementary and middle school students who are interested in finding out more about the ladies who assisted in shaping the United States of America. An incredible resource to have in any 4th-8th grade classroom library.
An inspirational story; about trying new things, perseverance, living out your dreams, and overcoming your fears. I recommend reading this book to students of all ages to motivate them to do whatever it takes in order to fulfill their hearts desire.
Joanna Gaines says in her cookbook Magnolia Table Vol 1, "The combination of smoky bacon, crisp lettuce, and sweet, juicy tomato slices is a classic for a reason. Here it is made even more delicious by a couple of quick and easy embellishments. Spreading mayonnaise on the bread, toasting it on the stovetop give it a perfectly brown crust without drying out the slices. And an herb -and-lemon mayonnaise marries all the elements together beautifully."
I absolutely love McDonalds McGriddles; however I find them a little too greasy and a tad salty for my taste buds so I am incredibly happy that I found a recipe that I adapted from Food.com
90% Comfort Food + 10% Childhood Nostalgia = a perfect midweek dinner.