See why I think Google Docs is the Perfect recipe organizer! I hadn’t heard of many people using Google Docs for organizing recipes before, but I knew that Google Docs would serve my purpose well — from a practical standpoint. Turns out, Google Docs is a fairly sophisticated way to organize recipes!
Make your own nutritional labels to better watch your calorie and fat intake when eating homemade foods.
Stocking up on in-season produce is only smart if you don’t let it go to waste.
Back when I was a kid, my dad used to make Spam (along with his fried eggs with ketchup), but only on special occasions. I like it really crispy, so the edges almost curl up. I don’t put anything on my Spam sandwich — just Spam.
Big Oven was the first recipe software program I downloaded that was completely new to me, and yet I knew right away that it was the best one for meeting my recipe organization needs. Here’s my review of Big Oven, Mastercook, Mealmaster, Cookn, Living Cookbook, and Now You’re Cooking.
Here are LOTS of ways to improve on the traditional Campbell’s green bean casserole recipe. More variations and modifications than you can imagine — to make this year’s green bean casserole even better!
We go to Sonic drive-in at least once every week. Tonight at Sonic I noticed a few unique things I’d never seen before. These 4 things are just SOME of the reasons that Sonic is our all-time favorite fast-food restaurant.
We like these glazed carrots so much, we’ve been eating them practically every day for a couple of weeks now! You can’t eat too many carrots, can you? I mean, your skin doesn’t start to turn orange or anything, does it?
Do you know where your fruits and vegetables come from? Here’s a confusing scenario I encountered the other day…
One of the best things I did recently was to replace ALL of my old plastic food storage bowls & containers with glass ones. I chose 2 sets of Pyrex glass bowls with vent-top lids. i LOVE them!
Here is a list of ingredients that you can mix & match to make a variety of different fruit Smoothies.
Here’s everything you want to know about Green M&M’s and some reasons you might want to go green with your favorite candy this year. Green is the new pink… right?
See how the major airports stack up when it comes to healthy (and tasty) restaurant food. The following reports on airport food can help you to make good choices — when you’re traveling by plane.
I’ve been watching Rachel Ray on The Food Network a lot lately. And I tend to agree with much of what she says… and lots of the ways she does things… including the whole ‘garbage bowl’ concept. Well, to an extent…
Do you notice the smell of burned wire or overheated plastic every time you use your Crockpot or slow cooker? That’s exactly what I experienced every time I used my Rival Crock Pot for the past 2 years. This week… it finally died.
Food recipes are meant to be tried, experimented with, and enjoyed… the way YOU like ’em! And Rachel Ray helps tremendously with this! Here are some of Rachel Ray’s special touches that make cooking FUN…
Who knew that a cooking channel could be so much fun. But watching the steps they go through… the tools they use… the cookware they prefer… and why… and the many quick tips & tricks they share on TV have really made things ‘click’ for me. Here’s why I’m addicted to The Food Network.
My aim is to remove the intimidation factor I associate with cooking simply by making the recipes adapt to my pantry …rather than making my pantry adapt to the recipes. Here are some websites that help you find recipes based solely on ingredients.
I’m not crazy about flying on planes, so like to have two things with me every time I fly on an airplane. #1 a beverage, any beverage… even water. #2 gum. Here’s how to get your own bottle of water through the airport security checks.
Here’s how to slice bananas into individual bite-sized pieces — without the banana slices turning brown.
A word of advice before you run out and buy a bunch of groceries… if it’s been awhile, that is. Sometimes ‘fresh’ foods will bite you in the butt!
Looking for universal lids for bowls, pots and pans? Martha Stewart recommends these: Kuhn Rikon Magic Covers.
Here are all the best cooking tips I’ve acquired through the years. Enjoy!
Here’s what I’ve learned about those fun Jello dancers that you see at the end of Jell-O commercials. Plus, some fun things to do with Jello, and some very interesting Jello recipes.
Perhaps you’ll be able to use the following fun designs to get ideas for your own bowling ball cake, bowling pins cake, and/or bowling alley cake to celebrate the special occasion of your favorite bowler.