Happy National Tequila Day! I bet you didn’t even know that day existed, but it does and it is today! So take a shot with ones you love, or spice things up a bit more with this tequila cocktail I came up with last week. It’s delicious and is makes a great nonalcoholic spritzer for non-drinkers and kids if you just omit the tequila… but unless you’re one of the two groups listed, you should definitely celebrate the day and … Keep Reading!!!
You or someone you know has been affected by it.
Believe-it-or-not this is a real condition plaguing humans around the world.
The Conversation created an infographic that simply sums up the science of “hanger” and why normal, everyday people can turn into rabid creatures if they go too long without a meal.
To read the in-depth article (along with how to deal with hangriness) please visit The Conversation.… Keep Reading!!!
Pucker is a collaborative photo project by David Wile and April Maciborka that documents the always epic first taste of lemon for children. Most of us have had that camera ready just waiting to see what kind of reaction our own kids give to their first lemon. As the project shows, there’s such a range of reactions but not one is lacking in cuteness.
Admit it, if you haven’t already given that first taste of lemon you’re going to tonight.… Keep Reading!!!
With the 4th of July coming up, we thought it would be a good idea to post some of our favorite 4th of July DIY snack and meal recipes. Our first comes form Rosanna Pansino. She has some great videos for that she likes to call Nerdy Nummies. I encourage you to check them out!
Ideas for Hosting the Perfect Weekend Brunch: Menu and More
The Best Weekend Brunch Ever!
After all the rigmarole of the busy and packed work week, the weekend is the time to let loose, call home a few friends and family, and get together in the day for a lively and joyous gathering with your near and dear ones over a nice meal, some great beverages, entertainment and some friendly chatter in the best company of your choice. The … Keep Reading!!!
Before I start with the recipes, I just had a flash-back of a pizza story. I was very pregnant with our first child, Ali. Tom was in Graduate School and although Tom had about 5 jobs to keep us going, I was the “Big” Breadwinner! Hah! Our big “splurge” was when we would go to a pizza restaurant in Berkeley. About 5 married couples would join us, of which so happens … Keep Reading!!!
“Watching my son touch the 11 people in that Waffle House tonight will be forever one of the greatest accomplishments as a parent I’ll ever get to witness.”
Five-year-old Josiah Duncan was with his mother outside of a Waffle House in Prattville, Alabama recently, when he noticed a homeless man standing outside. He then began asking his mother why the man looked a certain way and what it meant to be homeless. Josiah became upset when he realized that the … Keep Reading!!!
Our family loves to travel, but there is no physical way we can take our children to all of the wonderful countries in the world to learn about their culture, food and people. That is why we started doing a monthly country study as part of our homeschooling program. This has proven to be our children’s favorite lessons throughout the month and, of course, their favorite part of the study is often when we try authentic native cuisine from the … Keep Reading!!!
Oh coconut oil, all my mom friends are obsessed with you. I feel more this way about coconut butter (put it on your face and it will clear up your skin, I swear, it’s the pulp or something…like some sort of miracle… pulp of the gods, I say…) but coconut oil has yet to woo me quite like it has others.
This video by The Second City Project jokes about overzealous love many people of coconut oil. I get it, … Keep Reading!!!
Images and text by Ginger.
Like many of you, I’ve seen the article about the 19 Secret Starbucks Drinks You Didn’t Know About.
Here are the tantalizing drinks mentioned in the article:
A vanilla frap with 2 pumps of raspberry. My favorite summer beverage!
A Vanilla Bean Frap with java chips and a banana blended in.
The Oscars are upon us again! Here is our menu for tonight’s event:
In the Movie The Theory of Everything, Stephen Hawking’s character presents the theory that a black hole was responsible for the creation of the universe. Try this black hole cocktail as a nod to science, spirits, and the mystique of the movies.
Michael Keaton’s character tries to make a comeback and earn is spot … Keep Reading!!!
When many of us hear the words “school lunch,” it immediately evokes thoughts of cardboard pizza with tomato sauce, chicken (hopefully?) nuggets, tater-tots, and other American classics being served in school dinning halls across the USA. Well, it may (or may not) surprise you to know that America is lagging behind in providing nutritious meals to school children.
Here are some shots of school lunches from Around the world… tisk tisk USA.