Pie makes me happy. But I do NOT like pies that require lots washing, peeling, and chopping, so I created this perfect fruit pie. As with all of my food inventions, it meets my criteria of easy, delicious, and nutritious….
Whenever I’m seated at a dinner and asked if I want gravy, I have no idea what to say. What IS gravy, exactly? What is IN it? Should I view this as the curse of never wearing mini skirts again, or is this the delectable treat my life’s been missing? I consulted our Wellness Contributor, Tara Felice, and Little Mama and this is what I found out….
I always think of a list of gifts to buy my mom in zippity-do-da lightning fashion. But, I find it takes a little more time to shop for “man” gifts. To help us all out, I’ve compiled a list of the perfect Father’s Day gifts by price….
I love Mother’s Day. I really enjoy thinking about all of the things my mom would love to have and buying as many of them for her as I can. Here’s my list of the perfect gifts by budget….
I’m always obsessed with the beach, but perhaps my obsession grows a little in the winter. We just returned from a vacation on the beach for New Year’s, and I’m already dreaming up our next getaway. If you are like me, here’s a warm, sunny option to consider….
I’m not good at sitting patiently while my hair is blown out, so when I endure the task, I want to keep that blowout for as long as possible! These are my 4 easy tricks to make it last….
It’s the day after Christmas and it was a fabulous day, but now to relax! The day after Christmas also means…leftover turkey! What to do with all that turkey?! When I was young, my Mom would make tuna noodle casserole, so I had the idea to substitute the turkey for the tuna. Who wants to cook more? So, I decided, let’s try and make it a “one pot wonder”! Turkey One-Pot Wonder 4 cups chopped cooked turkey 2 large chopped potatoes 3 large chopped carrots 2 stalks chopped celery 1 cup chopped onions 4 (10 ¾ oz) cans condensed cream of mushroom soup 2 cups chicken broth 4 tablespoons butter 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1. Mix the turkey, potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, soup, chicken broth, butter, garlic powder and poultry seasoning in a slow cooker. 2. Cook on LOW for 8 hours or HIGH for 4 hours. Grab some of those leftover dinner rolls from Christmas Dinner and enjoy! Dio ti benedica! (God Bless you)!
Our wellness contributor, Tara Felice, has two adorable children who she somehow gets to eat dairy free, gluten free, vegan, paleo-friendly foods that have NO fake or refined sugar. And they’re HAPPY about it! So, I decided we MUST share one of her easy, healthy recipes for the holidays…
It’s time to plan our New Year’s Eve look. The last thing we need is to be scrambling around last minute stressing ourselves out. The outfit I styled is easy to wear and glamorous! Just click on these shopping links and you’ll be all ready to raise your glass…
Of course, all of you know how hectic it is on Christmas morning. Opening presents, opening stockings, making Christmas greeting phone calls, and getting dressed for the big day! Then you have to worry about getting a good breakfast into everyone to make it through the big day! Also, you just never know how long it will be before you get that Christmas dinner! So, when my children were young, I would make this wonderful, warm, fruity, and nutritious breakfast ahead of time! Made the day just that much cozier! Mmmmmm!!