Have you ever made flatbread before? Did you make it the super hard way? What if I told you an easy way to make flatbread in less than 3 minutes? This recipe is easy, quick and great for nights when you don’t have much time between work and your kid’s baseball game!

Can we all just agree that the term “Morning Sickness” was probably derived from someone who never actually went through it?

We’re not gonna call it that anymore, okay ladies… because that’s a cute name some man made up to make it sound cute when you’re pregnant… but it ‘ain’t cute. And it’s not just in the morning… it’s all day, all the time. You are just sick… all… the… time. Let’s stop brushing it off by calling it morning sickness. Let’s call it how it is: a whole body experience during pregnancy that causes vomiting and nausea. 

If you are a sushi lover (or even if you think you aren’t a sushi lover), you are going to absolutely love these homemade Spicy Shrimp Sushi Bowls. I have been making this for my family for a few years, and it is something my husband requests frequently. Think deconstructed sushi. That sounds so fancy. Maybe I should call this deconstructed sushi. Nah.

Lemon-Bleu Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons dry white wine
2 teaspoons finely minced shallots
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 teaspoon finely minced garlic
½ teaspoon Nielsen-Massey Pure Lemon Extract
⅛ teaspoon white pepper
¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
5 ounces blue cheese crumbles
2 pints cherry tomatoes (approximately 48)

You see them everywhere: bookshelves in your friends’ homes, sitting off to the side in a magazine spread on decorating and for sale in many different shapes and sizes. Deer heads and rhino heads have become trendy statement pieces in today’s modern home. Most antlers I’ve seen are single and usually laying atop a pile of books on a bookshelf or on a coffee table. A lot are painted gold or dipped partially in gold.

The beloved author Dr. Seuss has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid and I love that in school it is still a celebration of all things Seussical! As a way to celebrate I try to come up with a craft or snack that will be fun and go with our favorite stories. This year I went with the classic Cat in the Hat and the Lorax for easy inspirational desserts.

The other night, my hubby and I worked together to make a delicious chili. He had a vegetarian version using Morning Star Crumbles and I made a simple ground beef chili. In it we had kidney beans, black beans and pinto beans. His was a little on the spicy side and mine.. just right.