Lifestyle

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!
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!
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.
Ingredients:
4 eggs
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 1/2 cups sugar
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon 
1 tsp nutmeg 
1 tsp salt
1 tsp lime juice 
1 tsp lime zest 
1 cup vegetable oil 
1 grated large apple
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!
Ingredients:
- 2 avocados 
- 2 limes (juice the limes)
- 4 medium tomatoes 
Go beyond the infamous pumpkin spice latte to celebrate autumn’s favorite vegetable! This fibrous vegetable is not only made for pumpkin pie.
Go beyond the infamous pumpkin spice latte to celebrate autumn’s favorite vegetable! This fibrous vegetable is not only made for pumpkin pie.
Go beyond the infamous pumpkin spice latte to celebrate autumn’s favorite vegetable! This fibrous vegetable is not only made for pumpkin pie.
I think it is safe to say that in 2019 no one anticipated what 2020 would look like, in so many ways. Now that mask-wearing is quickly becoming the very new normal, why not embrace it?