In my continuing quest to make the most of summer tomatoes, I tried a new recipe last night.
I've been seeing wall displays for jewelry for a while now, most recently in Real Simple.
Every once in a while, I'll get an idea that looks great in my head but could go either way after I make it.
I don't eat Velveeta, but I'm not against cooking with it, especially to make a dish to take to a party.
And because I might have snuck a taste of a chicken chili cheese dip I made with my sister this weekend, I thought this not-so-healthy recipe was too good not to pass on.
I adapted the recipe from an existing slow-cooker recipe.
My sister recently got curtains for her kitchen featuring a cute, kitschy print of frilly aprons.
I've been wanting to try making a ruffled apron for some time, but hadn't done anything about it until yesterday evening. Making her one for her kitchen seemed like a good reason to try it.
I recently received this press release from Frieda’s, which supplies produce to local Schnucks stores. I thought I’d pass along this information and recipes about dates:
I had my first homemade kit-kat bar Sunday, and immediately knew I needed to blog about the recipe.
Box Tops for Education are an easy way for schools to earn money, as community members clip them from certain products and turn them in.
If you eat much produce from the garden, you know the “gotta use it” feeling.
Backyard fruits and vegetables are bred for delicious, summery flavors and perfect texture – not so much for a long shelf life.