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One of my all-time favorite "hobbies" is cooking at home! I especially enjoy experimenting with new ingredients ...and different types of cookware. My specialties are foods that are diabetic-friendly, keto-friendly, and low-carb. I share my favorite recipes and cooking tips here at The Fun Times Guide to Food.

When Mother Nature strikes, emergency food and water is YOUR responsibility. Do you have a 3-month supply of food right now? You should. Better yet, this video shows how to start a family survival plan, with up to 1 year's worth of food & supplies!

Oil in moderation is an important part of your diet. Choosing from these 6 healthy cooking oils, you can actually improve your health. This video shows how to pan fry fish to perfection with just a little bit of healthy canola oil.

I knew there had to be a healthier way to enjoy crunchy chicken without frying it. The fried chicken recipe I came up with eliminates most of the fat. You're gonna love my crispy (not fried) chicken recipe!

Condiments taste so much better when you make them at home without a lot of preservatives. Try these condiments recipes to add some zing your meals!

Homemade egg drop soup is one meal that is both satisfying and tasty. At the same time, it will help keep your blood glucose monitor reading well within the safe range if you are diabetic. Here's how I made my own egg drop soup recipe.

Exploding glass makes great headlines. But what's really going on here? There's more behind the Anchor Hocking and Pyrex exploding bakeware phenomenon than most people realize. Here are the facts.


I'm diabetic. I also like spaghetti. Here are my best tips for turning whole wheat pasta into a diabetic friendly meal.


Here's how to start a container garden to grow vegetables at home -- without a yard -- and get FREE seeds for your garden!


Good News: It doesn't take much more effort to make layer cakes. The trick to assembling a layer cake is to use a revolving cake stand so you can spin it as you decorate.