A fun Mother’s Day gift tutorial for all ages, inspired by one of my very fond childhood memories.
I love working outside, but an adverse effect of that…sunburn. Find out how I deal with the sun naturally.
I have to tell you, that a good Reuben sandwich is pretty much my favorite sandwich ever. And because making sandwiches in your panini maker is so simple, these Reuben Paninis are sure to be your new favorites as well.
Growing up, every year my grandmother made a coconut cake in the spring time. Of course, she would make it in the shape of a rabbit, with jelly bean eyes and nose and pink ears she had cut from construction paper. I’m not into rabbits as cake, but I do love coconut cake. Today I’m sharing this classic recipe for Coconut Sheet Cake in her honor.
Every year it happens. People go to the store and they think a baby chick is the perfect Easter present for their kids. They let the kids play with them….and they die. They think, “It must not have been healthy” or “It must not have been a good breed” or any number of reasons why the chick or chicks died.
Yes, you read that title correctly. Let’s clean your cleaners. Even those machines that we use to clean the floors with, need to be cleaned once in a while. The vacuum, the carpet shampooer, the brooms, dustpans and mops.
My heavens. Can you get any more tempting than this dish? A tender pork tenderloin slathered in honey mustard, inside a blanket of bacon and baked to perfection. What makes this recipe even better? It takes only minutes to prep, and a relatively short time to bake, so you can enjoy this any time!
I’ve had some people wondering about how I keep my chicken coop from being stinky. There’s three keys to make it happen.
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to purchase gobs of fresh tomatoes straight from the farm for an insanely good price. I came home with all of those tomatoes and canned jar after jar of goodies from them. One of the things I made from those tomatoes was homemade salsa.