It's no secret that I love to eat, but what do you love to eat? What makes you feel good, feelsatisfied, feel giddy? Ice cream tops on my list, but when I want to feel good long after the meal, I…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by beth aldrich Jul 19, 2010.
Life can sometimes be tricky when you have to balance children, a day job, household chores, friends, and a whole host of other things. It can make you feel so busy and tired at the same time. Some…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by beth aldrich Jan 6, 2010.
What's cute, sweet, and the ideal size? A mini-cupcake, of course!
Let's face it, one perfect mini-cupcake is a lot like regular cake, but 10 times more fun and with way fewer calories. Now if you're like me, baking up a storm of delectable desserts for the fam has always been one of those lofty dreams that's really hard to make reality. It just seems to take a little too much time. But, I'm happy to report that's changing, now that a friend has introduced me to the…Continue
Posted on July 29, 2011 at 6:15am
Hello, fellow moms! Have you ever had trouble enjoying nature’s most insanely good dessert? Yes, I’m talking about the delicious—and seemingly impossible-to-cut—mango.
Since they weren’t exactly something we had around when I was growing up, I personally spent years making a mess when I tried to cut them as an adult. It wasn’t until recently that I learned the value of “the perfect score…” which is actually pretty easy once you get it. So for everyone who, like me, has spent a little…Continue
Posted on June 21, 2011 at 6:14am — 3 Comments
Believe me. I know that ice cream is one of humankind’s greatest creations.
But here’s the deal. sometimes you want something that’s above and beyond the fatty, store-bought norm. Sometimes you want something that will impress your friends with its sheer ingenuity and delicious flavor. And most especially, sometimes you want something’s that super easy, fast, and will keep you looking fabulous.
Posted on June 2, 2011 at 2:19pm
I’m always trying to come up with new meal-planning schemes, but honestly, my favorite one is a real classic. Here it is: go out to your garden, see what looks most delicious and ripe, pick it, take it to the kitchen, cook, and voila—easy, inexpensive, nutritious food you can trust.
That said, it’s not always easy for a new gardener to figure out where to…Continue
Posted on April 26, 2011 at 7:42pm