Grandparents Day Celebration With Side Dish

Grandparents Day which was on September 7, 2014 is marked as a day to commemorate the special bond which is shared between grandparents and grandchildren. There is a trend of nuclear families these days and grandparents and grandchildren do not live under the same roof. So this is actually a special day celebrated by grandchildren who make sure that their cherished bond is not actually lost....more

Easy Shrimp Recipe Good for Diabetics

From past few days I was feeling quite not well. Thought of why not to go for whole body checkup. After performing many blood tests came to know that I was diabetic from last 2 months. It was a terrible shock to me as I am only in my thirties and still long way to go. Then I thought not to worry about it actually as diabetes is not a frightening disease it can be controlled by some dietary precautions which I had to start in my lifestyle....more

Best Dishes for the Big Game

As baseball season winds down and football just begins, there are plenty of sporting events to look forward to. Whether it’s the World Series party you’re planning, or a Sunday afternoon football party, food is always a must. As much as chips, dip, beer, and soda are appreciated, sometimes it’s nice to provide dishes that are still simple yet feel a little more gourmet, like these Sargento recipes:1. Grilled PizzaIngredients:1 1/3 c warm water1 envelope active dry yeast1 Tbsp. sugar...more

Sassy Fruit Salsa - Raw, Vegan & Delicious!

http://milkandmarigolds.com/2014/06/27/sassy-fruit-salsa/ Sas·sy ˈsasē/ adjective informal adjective: sassy; lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky. ...more

Let’s dedicate a full day to ourselves and go easy on cooking

Being a women is a really tedious task. You are expected to look like a beauty pageant winner, cook like a chef, clean like a maid etc. I mean, we have to juggle so many hats every day. We don’t get any weekly offs rather, weekends comes with different set of demand- cook something special for us....more

YUMMY Dinner for 25 Cents / Person

The last couple of months, Jason and I have decided to try and save a little more, budget a little more and prepare for the day that we get to adopt more children. One area that we can improve is in groceries. I like to cook most our meals at home and I like to try new recipes and cook "whatever" I want. After we recovered from the housing market crash and our millionaire dollar babies, the last couple of years, I haven't wanted to have a "grocery budget," I've just wanted to eat healthy and not worry about the cost....more

Atlantic Salmon is from where??? and a great recipe

Can we talk about salmon for a minute? I used to think I didn’t like salmon. I would order it in a restaurant because it always seemed a sophisticated menu choice and as a young adult this was apparently important to me. I could just imagine the diners across the room noticing me, “Oh look at that young woman at the other table! There’s just something about her, so sophisticated, so classy. I can’t put my finger on it. What is it about her? Oh yes, I see now. She’s eating salmon”.  ...more

Let’s Explore Italian Culture and Cuisines for our Sunday Lunch

When you first think about Italian food, the first food that comes into my mind is a pizza, pasta, Parmesan, basil, coffee and even garlic and olive oil. Italian food and culture goes hand in hand. Their food culture means warmth and joy i.e. sitting together with your loved ones and family and enjoy the slow and long course of meals. In Italy Sunday brunches or lunches are really famous; the whole family sits together to have a food usually at 12 or 1 pm. They sit, eat, chat for hours and enjoy the presence of each member in the family....more

"St. Louis-style" Kimchi Pizza.