This winter we traded our snow boots for our hiking shoes. At least three to five times a week you will find us hiking along a new trail in the Southern States. Join us to learn why Hiking is a great way to get to know a state plus hiking tips.
Traveling the United States this January, we found ourselves on a rainy day touring a chocolate factory and were wowed by the similarities of the cacao bean with the coffee bean. Learn how chocolate is made from cacao bean to chocolate bar.
One of my favorite things to do in all seasons, but especially the colder season is taking a bath. This I call my “therapy in the bathtub.” Learn how taking a bath can be the best therapy this winter and the whole year.
These are the things I know you will love and want to buy for yourself this Christmas, or give to a friend or family this season. Have fun trying My Favorite Things.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Tis’ the Eggnog Season- It’s Eggnog time. For only three months this food item shows up at the grocery stores. Gather at my table and I’ll share eggnog recipes you can enjoy as well as extras calories for the relative that struggles to gain weight.
Chill is in the air and soups are again on the table. I am going to share another two favorite soups that are quick and easy to make. Grab your soup pot and learn from my third edition of Soups on the Table Recipes for the Family.
At our table for the holidays, birthdays or any day of the week is Oven Pancake. This is easy and a great way to get your family involved in making a meal for you. Make Panakuken for Breakfast, brunch or dinner and it will be sure to be a family favorite.
My family and I love Thai pizza. I’ll share how we make Thai pizza at home so you can enjoy it around your own table.
Decorating with pumpkins, eating pumpkin dishes or carving a pumpkin, you can’t think of October without Pumpkins. Let’s talk pumpkins…
In Coffee Part 1 blog we learned nutrition and health benefits of coffee. At my table with coffee in hand,…