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A Scrappy Design

A thirty-something gal blogging about the handmade movement, things I'm working on, marriage, family & other randomness.

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A Time to Eat

Where I share the meals I try out on my family of picky-eaters, with varying levels of success.

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Akram's Ideas

Akram's Ideas is the personal blog of Akram Taghavi-Burris , who brings creative and crazy ideas to life. Akram's Ideas provides step-by-step tutorials, diy projects ,and inspiration to spark your creativity with a vintage flare. The goal of Akr ...

1,825

An Unrefined Vegan

Unprocessed, unbleached, unrefined: low-fat, low-sugar, whole food and plant-based recipes to nurture body, brain and conscience.

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Black Fox Homestead

We're a family of two building a homestead on an acreage in rural Oklahoma.

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chris abbott's blog

I'm a transplant to Oklahoma, choosing to make my home on 5 acres near OKC. I blog about knitting, gardening, and whatever crops up in life.

1,307

dirtshoe

Dirtshoe is a lifestyle blog that celebrates food, drinks and friends. Dirtshoe is all about organic, homegrown and earthy creations. It features fun stories, great recipes and handmade things. Great photography!

1,232

Dishin and Dishes

Oklahoma food blogger, Katie, chronicles her triumphs and failures in the kitchen and is always searching for the next great recipe. Other reads include backyard gardening, family, places to eat locally in Oklahoma, and teenage antics!

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Dough, Dirt & Dye

Dough, Dirt & Dye centers around three joys of my life: baking bread, growing things and creating art - activities enhanced, surrounded and inspired by the windy, grassy, lonely, cattle-centric environment of eastern Oklahoma.

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Eliot's Eats

Do you like to garden? Cook? Create? More importantly, do you like to EAT? Eliot's Eats is dedicated to shopping, growing, eating, and doing local! We try to highlight small and locally owned restaurants when we travel.