When we spread the word that we were headed to Europe, everyone kept telling us about all the things we should see. All I could think about were all the different foods I wanted to eat. As I was doing my research, it occurred to me that my little ones are not as open to new foods as I am.
When the weather turns cold, the wind picks up and the rain hammers down relentlessly, it’s a good idea to have indoor activities to keep kids busy. With just a few random supplies, kids can make some pretty awesome projects. Just remember to have a good clean-up plan in place!
You’ll find plenty of cafés scattered across almost every town in Germany. On any given afternoon, you’ll likely discover them bustling with people sharing a tradition that’s become a core of everyday German life.
My children seem to forget every dish that I have made for them except for this recipe. It's one they ask for and it's fun to get them involved in making the garlic bread. It's a recipe that you can adjust to your taste — maybe sprinkle some red pepper for more zing or add some chives.
Ready to make an easy 3-in-1 Mexican dip? This recipe is great for snacks, BBQ, tortilla chips & dip, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, and so much more!
- 2 avocados
- 2 limes (juice the limes)
- 4 medium tomatoes
If there’s one thing we’ve learned how to do in 2020, it’s been how to find our own fun. In the absence of fests and social gatherings to fill our free time hours, we’re learning how to concoct our own recipes for happiness.
As a mom of three, Army wife, and entrepreneur, I am always on the go. From cheerleading practice to speech therapy and military ceremonies, my family doesn’t have much downtime. Preparing a delicious meal that my picky eaters will enjoy is no easy feat.
Your taste buds will love this hearty and delicious recipe!
You will need:
4 Pork chops
1 red pepper
1 can mushrooms
1 glass of bell pepper sauce "Hungarian-style"
0,2-liter heavy cream
salt & pepper