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.
Prep: 15 min. + freezing
Yield: 4 Servings
After 9-years of marriage to Michael Stone, we were sorry to hear Mayim Bailik‘s divorce announcement last week.
Favorite time of the year.
I am so excited to share this project with you because it’s a big one and one that’s really special to me.
I recently had an opportunity to work with the Martha Stewart team on a fun holiday project. For the project, I chose to drape a mantel. The mantel I chose was actually one my friend Melissa had recently constructed in 8 days.
Dollops of peanut butter filling are spooned onto brownie batter; pulling a knife back and forth through both results in a marbleized look.
Earlier this month, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard announced that they’re expecting their first child in the spring. And although they’ve been together for years, the longtime couple are not yet married.
Coins of peeled broccoli stalks add a faint sweetness and crunch to savory pork.
Pecan Sticky Buns are probably one of my favorite breakfast treats. They are so amazingly delicious, especially warmed with a little butter on top.
One thing you’ll learn quickly as a parent is that even young children have unique palates. From my experience with six kids of my own, it can be extremely difficult when every child wants something different for dinner. So what do you do? Well I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve, and I hope they’ll work for you too.
This side dish pairs well with fried chicken or grilled pork and shrimp.
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