Sometimes you just need something fast and yummy to serve. What’s nice about most of the meals presented in the Better Homes and Gardens Dinner on a Dollar magazine is that they are fast and easy prep. Even better is always the price. So number 33 caught my eye first by its name – Citrus Chicken and Grilled Corn –… Continue reading
I have to admit that while I am a huge seafood fan, I am not a fan of fish or shellfish tacos. But my boys are. So when I spotted shrimp tacos with lime slaw in the Better Homes and Garden Dinner on a Dollar magazine, I knew I needed to try it. As far recipes go, this one… Continue reading
I have to admit when I was looking into colleges, I really didn’t take advantage of college fairs. In hindsight I wish I had. College fairs are a wonderful resource for you and your child to gather information on prospective colleges you are already thinking about and some you may have never heard of.
What is a College Fair?
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We had a true fall day here in Southern California and what do I decide to do…grill. Nice crisp morning. Mild wind blowing. Dark gray skies and the subtle smell of fires burning. And I decide to grill. Best. Decision. Ever. I am in love with my take on this super yummy ginger-lime chicken sandwich. I did have to make… Continue reading
A few nights ago I made corn on the cob for the fam. A few family members decided to pass, full bellies and late workers. I ended up with two extra corn on the cobs as leftovers. As it turned out, today’s Monday Munchies called for grilled corn on the cob. One of the things I love to do with… Continue reading
I have to admit that some of the recipes in the Better Homes and Garden’s Dinner on a Dollar magazine are pretty creative. One section in particular is their transformation of the ever staple, always present in a dorm room, Top Ramen Noodle package. One that caught my eye in particular was the Asian Egg-Noodle Frittata. I happen to love… Continue reading
Its no secret to anyone that knows me this is my favorite time of year. September first hits and my heart starts to sing. Growing up in North Carolina I loved seeing the leaves change – all the fiery colors that made the trees look ablaze. I adored the crisp morning air and the warm afternoons. The state fair… Continue reading
My stepson has an ongoing mantra these days. “I just want to get out of school.” I am more than certain he is not the only senior with senioritis setting in. Its kind of funny that he is so focused on getting out of school and at the same time working on getting into four more years of school. … Continue reading
The other day I needed a fresh and yummy lunch. And cheap would be nice. So I reached for the Better Homes and Garden Dinner on a Dollar magazine. Not dinner but definitely on a dollar. I had just bought some croissants from the local bakery. I love getting to peak at the daily breads and pastries that they… Continue reading
When it comes to getting into college, the process can be quite daunting. Between applications, selection, deciding which colleges to apply to, financial aid, scholarships, deadlines and testing, everything can feel beyond overwhelming. If your first child is starting their journey to college, odds are your journey was far different from what is being asked of them.… Continue reading