For Christmas, I crocheted our niece a picnic basket and some play food.
She had a birthday recently, so I figured I'd add to her toy food collection.
Robert K. O'Daniell, my friend and former coworker, recently shared a smart solution for coralling magnetic chip clips in his kitchen.
I used to work in The News-Gazette's features department, and my sister would occasionally, teasingly, ask me if I'd covered a cat fashion show yet.
(The question was a nod to Anchorman, which is a hilarious movie about a TV newsroom.)
Rob has been perfecting his recipe for homemade, oven-baked chicken nuggets. They're really good, so I thought I'd share.
(They're even better when fresh out of the oven and dipped in this homemade ranch dressing, as we figured out the other night.)
If you're still sticking to your New Year's resolution for healthy eating, you might want to skip this blog post.
This recipe for homemade ranch dressing decidedly does not fit in that category.
I've been busy crocheting a few gifts lately, but I've also been thinking about making a few Valentine's Day garlands.
Pinterest is full of them, and there are so many cute ideas out there. Here are a few. Have you done any Valentine's Day decorating yet?
Cassandra Schowengerdt, who works in The News-Gazette's marketing department, recently mentioned that she made homemade peanut butter.
Let me run that by you again - homemade peanut butter. I've made a few things from scratch, but nothing as mind-blowing - or as simple - as this.
I've always wanted to make cinnamon rolls but somehow never got around it, until this weekend.
We were scheduled to meet my sister pretty early Saturday morning to help her with some home improvement projects. The idea of toting along some warm breakfast food sounded really appealing.
For a long time - several years, at least - we've had a huge, double-basin, cast-iron kitchen sink sitting in our garage. It was just waiting for the day that we'd get motivated enough to install it in our unfinished basement as a salvaged laundry sink.