Traveling can be tricky if you want to make your own food and eat healthily. In this traveling sabbatical, I have found some easy meals and recipes that I make for ourselves and others at Airbnb’s. These recipes and meals can come in handy for traveling and home.
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.
In some seasons life moves at a frantic pace. For some, time lends itself to enjoy the seasons. Today I am sharing some frozen foods/meals you can make ahead for those in the busy season of life. Meals and Recipes for college students, elderly and families.
Tea Parties can be held for many Ocassions. You are invited to my tea party table to learn about hosting one or try new recipes at your next Tea Party.
At my table and I’ll tell you more about why Broccoli is a great vegetable, give you some Broccoli Recipes and how you can take the Broccoli Challenge.
If you can’t go camping or like the comforts of your home, then eat outside with your family or have a campfire party. Come to my back yard to learn about my favorite campfire recipes.
Without Easter, our faith would be useless. This is the most important reason to teach our kids about Easter and celebrate the week as a family. Read on for some recipes and activities you can do with your kids or grandkids this Easter.