Over time, dust, grime and gunk can wreck your tech, not to mention boost the “ewww” factor (let’s not even discuss that most phones tested in a recent study show trace levels of E. coli— gross). Needless to say, cleaning your tech well and often is just as important for your health as it is for the tech itself. Before you give your smartphone a flea dip, though, it’s important to know how to clean it the right way. Whether it’s your TV or your laptop, there’s plenty of things you can do to keep them free of dust and running smoothly.
The cake layers can be made up to two days ahead; wrap cooled cakes tightly in plastic and keep at room temperature. Frost the cake up to three hours before serving.
There’s always reason to celebrate a baby’s birth. But when our favorite celebrities add to their families, we can get downright giddy!
Top 100 Girls’ Names
Recently, we discovered kitch+table and we are so glad we did. While Jess isn’t a full-fledged gluten-free’er, she knows what tastes good and what doesn’t… and she has created amazing mixes for your home! They are super crazy good too.
Mickey Mouse is back to tackle evil on a big scale – but can he overcome the flaws of his adventure?
These reduced-fat chicken sandwiches feature chicken cutlets encrusted with tortilla chip crumbs, which yield a satisfying crunch. You can also use spicy chips for more heat.
Hearty Tomato, Butternut Squash and Pinto Bean Soup
If you missed Carley on the Today Show talking about life simplifying apps, you missed an action packed segment! She juggled iPads and monitors and smartphones and cameras… all to the amusement of Kathie Lee and Hoda, who were so generous and lovely to her for my first visit to “Studio 1A”. She featured a new service you haven’t heard about yet on Digitwirl, as well as some of their favorite products that we trotted for a (ahem) slightly larger audience. Here’s a recap:
Turn grilled cheese into an adult dish with creamy buffalo mozzarella and flecks of fresh thyme.
1. Double Delicious!: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives by Jessica Seinfeld
This cookbook is for moms who want to learn how to cook things their kids will enjoy yet still taste good and go beyond the typical sandwich, fruit snacks & mac n cheese.
Spice of the Sierras (rocks glass)
Created by Natalie Bovis, The Liquid Muse Mixology
Parents of toddlers know all too well that when you tell a child it’s bedtime they’ll likely use their newly found independence to get out of bed several times before actually going to sleep. It can be frustrating as a parent to put your child to bed multiple times every night. Well I’m here to help. With six kids of my own, I’ve learned a few tricks that have helped me in the past.
This is a delicious, meatless comfort dish and is great on it’s own or topped with sour cream & guacamole.