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Carsten and Kellan have fun in the kitchen making their very own slime.
Carsten and Kellan have fun in the kitchen making their very own slime.
Summer has arrived, and that means kids need things to do. My boys are thoroughly enjoying summertime, and so am I. I don't miss the hurried schedule of the school year and my hectic commute. Instead we are able to relax and make our own schedule each day.
  • Extra sour cream put to tasty, good use
    Not too long ago, my team and I were slated to provide lunch for our school staff. We decided to set up a nacho bar with all of the fixings. I signed up to bring a few pounds of seasoned ground beef and sour cream. I purchased two containers of sour cream at the store, one light and one regular to take to school the next day.
  • Happy Easter, happy feasting
    Celebrate Easter with a gorgeous feast of fresh flavors and spring colors. After the traditional Easter egg hunt, treat your family to a table full of holiday favorites.
  • Crunchy orange carrots are a tasty sign of spring. Carrots are inexpensive and versatile and can be used in a variety of ways from side dishes, salads and desserts.
  • Chocolate lava cakes: Simple steps for making your own
    Chocolate lava cakes are all the rage on restaurant menus. If you want to really splurge, go ahead and order this over-the-top dessert or make your own at home with a few simple steps.
  • Bundt pan provides ideal way to roast chicken
    Your company will be impressed when you bring a perfect roast chicken and vegetables to the table, but will be even more impressed when they find out you cooked it all in a Bundt pan.
  • Go green! Recipes for celebrating St. Pat’s Day
    What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with festive green food? March 17 is an excellent day to go green!
  • Reuben recipes: It can be more than just a sandwich
    There are varying stories involving the origin of the Reuben sandwich. Different parties claim they are the one responsible for creating the first Reuben in the early 1900s. This American staple is on deli menus across the country.
  • No-bake bars: The quick, easy way to make treats
    No-bake bars are quick to make and a great way to cook with kids. They’re ideal when you’re short on time, feeling lazy or don’t want to turn on the oven and heat up the house.
  • For colorful, fun treats, go for Jell-O
    Surprise your family with a colorful array of snacks and desserts. Jell-O is any easy way to treat your family to food that is yummy and fun to eat.
  • Easy recipes for busy moms
    Every Sunday I meal-plan for the week. I grocery-shop on Sunday afternoon and try to get everything my family will need for the next seven days. As a busy mom I try my hardest to find main dishes to make that are uncomplicated and can be heated up on busy weeknights.
  • Whip up sweet treat for your Valentines
    Show your loved ones how much you care by surprising them a sweet treat from the heart. Or spend some quality time in the kitchen with your littlest Valentine whipping up some something special together.
  • Peanuts and peaches: Some winning Super Bowl recipes
    On Sunday, the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will go head to head in the Super Bowl. The Patriots are no stranger to the Super Bowl as this will be their ninth appearance. However, this is only the second time for the Atlanta Falcons.
  • Beat winter chill with these crowd-pleasing soups
    This week’s forecast includes a chance for a mix of rain and snow. Warm up on the inside with unique, crowd-pleasing soups.
  • An easy-to-make comfort food: Crockpot chicken and dumplings
    When comfort food calls out to you serve up a one-dish meal that is warm and filling. You can’t go wrong with old-fashioned chicken and dumplings made easy.
  • Layer them on: Lasagna offers variety of recipes
    Preparing a pan of lasagna may seem like a modern thing to do, but it’s actually an ancient dish. Lasagna originated in Naples, Italy in The Middle Ages. Through the years the original ingredients of layers of pasta, sauce and cheese have remained the same, but there are countless other takes on it as well.
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