When it comes to feeding my family, I try to incorporate fresh vegetables as much as I can. Some of my favorite vegetables to work with are peppers, mushrooms and onions. Fresh vegetables and fruit have a short shelf life. Regardless of the recipe, I dice, chop or slice a portion of them in advance.... Continue Reading →

Pantry by Patricia Streeter Marshalls is one of my favorite stores, because I can buy quality products at a marked down price. In terms of merchandise, Marshalls is like Burlington Coat factory. It is very easy to get lost in the savings, because of their departments. Yesterday, I went to Marshalls to pick up shoes... Continue Reading →

Mommy and Me No-Bake Valentine’s Day Treats

The season of love is coming soon. That's probably why kid-friendly Valentine's Day crafts keep popping up on my Facebook Newsfeed. These unsolicited posts made me think about tasty projects for my children. My eldest son loves to help me in the kitchen. Learning to cook is an importnat life skill. When I take out... Continue Reading →

Today is Ice Cream Sandwich Day! The holiday started in the 1900s. It is celebrated every year Aug 2. The original sandwich was made with milk biscuits and ice cream. They quickly gained popularity, because they were cheap and portable. Today, ice cream sandwiches are not hard to find. Most convenient stores sell them. You... Continue Reading →

What Doe Fashionable Cakes Say About You?

We all know fashion is everywhere, but it's shocking to see fashionable foods. Like outfits, foods can make a statement. The types of foods you eat, restaurants you frequent, and foods you cook can say a lot about your lifestyle. When fashion is literally combined with food, it can be extravagant. This is why it... Continue Reading →

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