Blackened Catfish with Quinoa and Citrus Vinaigrette – Great Recipe for Lent

Blackened Catfish with Quinoa and Citrus Vinaigrette – Great Recipe for Lent

Growing up we always had fish on Friday during Lent. While there are tons of great fish fries happening all over the area, which are great, I actually prefer something a little healthier. This recipe for Blackened Catfish with Quinoa and Citrus Vinaigrette can make me happy in that it is a healthier dish but also make Hubby happy because catfish is his favorite fish. The recipe is also a … Continue Reading →
2018 Winter Olympics Info

2018 Winter Olympics Info

The 2018 Winter Olympics will take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, from February 9-25, 2018. Tonight, February 9, you can watch the opening ceremony. Here is the 2018 Winter Olympics schedule for your convenience. This way you can keep up with your favorite events. There are 15 sports in the 2018 Winter Olympics and a total of 102 events. Figure skating is one of the most popular that we all … Continue Reading →
Grand Military Parade is Grand Waste of Money

Grand Military Parade is Grand Waste of Money

Now President Trump wants a “grand military parade” to showcase the “might of American’s armed forces”. Ugh. Let me give you a few points about my political opinions first: I am always anti-war. This doesn’t mean I don’t understand that the way our world works and that wars will continue to happen, big and small. But my take is always peace, love and diplomacy first. I am not anti-military personnel. … Continue Reading →
Throw a Hot-Pot Dinner Party  – 3 Recipes to Try!

Throw a Hot-Pot Dinner Party – 3 Recipes to Try!

(Family Features) Heat up your next get-together by inviting family and friends over to try a DIY trend, the hot-pot party. It can be easy to prep and your guests can enjoy cooking and customizing their own meals. First, prepare a rich, flavored broth and serve steaming-hot in a slow cooker or multi-cooker. Next, offer a selection of meat, seafood and veggies for dunking. Cook for a few minutes then … Continue Reading →
Super Bowl Recipes

Super Bowl Recipes

With the Super Bowl happening this weekend I thought I would gather up some of my favorite recipes for football party food. There is a little something for everyone in this list. Yummy dips and snacks and some soups and stews if you are having a big crowd. I have even included some healthy snack recipes since so many people are still working on their New Year’s resolutions of losing … Continue Reading →
Fun Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Fun Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and so I have searched around on Amazon (I’m an affiliate) and found you some fun Valentine gift ideas for everyone in the family. Included are also a few items for your to decorate or create with for this loved filled holiday. Instead of the typical heart shaped plush why not give a more literal heart? This plush is shaped like an actual human heart … Continue Reading →
10 Things That Would Happen If The Internet Collapsed

10 Things That Would Happen If The Internet Collapsed

We all may not want to admit it but without the internet, our lives will collapse. What do i mean? There are things that without the internet would be completely useless, things that we may have taken for granted because we use them everyday, things that we often use then one day found out that it uses internet. We all may not want to admit it but without the internet, … Continue Reading →
8 Tips For The Best Family Photo Sessions

8 Tips For The Best Family Photo Sessions

Taking family photos is important for our memories. Whether you are taking the photos yourself or using a professional photographer there are some things you can do to make sure you get the best family photo sessions possible. Tips for the Best Family Photo Sessions: Get Close The people in your photos should be close together. This adds warmth to the photo and eliminates empty space. Putting the people at … Continue Reading →
National Slow Cooking Month – Recipes and Tips

National Slow Cooking Month – Recipes and Tips

Welcome to National Slow Cooking Month! I grew up watching my mom use her slow cooker, mostly to make roasts, and it was one of the first wedding gifts I used when I set up my own kitchen as an adult. I know that the HotPot (aka pressure cooker) is really big right now, but I still love my Crockpot (aka slow cooker) even more. The best thing about a … Continue Reading →
Cook Once, Eat Twice – Pork Chops with Balsamic Mushrooms and Pepperoncini-Pork Sandwiches

Cook Once, Eat Twice – Pork Chops with Balsamic Mushrooms and Pepperoncini-Pork Sandwiches

One of the easiest ways to make your time in the kitchen easier is to cook once and eat twice. Not just plain leftovers either but a second meal that is just as delicious as the first. For example, these “Cook Once, Eat Twice” recipes from CanolaInfo start with pork chops that double as the base for lunch or dinner the following day. “The more you cook your own meals, … Continue Reading →