10 Must Try Fall Flavors & Recipes #TasteSilkAlmond

10 Must Try Fall Flavors Recipe Collection #TasteSilkAlmond

Fall has always been my favorite time of the year. Minus the dwindling sunshine, there's always so much to look forward to. When I was a kid, it was the pumpkin carving and leaf piles that got me excited. These days, it's all about the flavors of the season. 1. Pumpkin One of the most popular flavors of the season, pumpkin can be cooked in a variety of ways including my children's favorite Pumpkin Muffins recipe. 2. Apples My … [Read more...]

TNT Introduces On the Menu – New Competitive Cooking Show So Good You CAN Taste It #OnTheMenu

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These days there are quite a few competitive cooking and baking shows on television. I know, I pretty much watch them all, being the cooking and baking lover that I am. However, there's a new one coming to the TNT television channel that is unlike any other you've ever seen. Premiering TONIGHT (10/03/2014) at 8/7c on TNT, you'll be able to watch a brand new culinary competition called On The Menu. What makes this show a must-watch? … [Read more...]

A Fresh Take on Family Meals with 15 Meatless Dinner Recipes

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Check out Meatless Meals Made In Minutes by Cat Davis at Foodie.com Dinner time in our home can be a real struggle. We've got five people with very different likes and dislikes when it comes to food. There's my husband, the manly meat eater that gets grumpy if there isn't a big hunk of beef or chicken on his dinner plate. My son, he's the complete opposite and chooses to be a vegetarian. My daughters are fairly easy going and will eat almost … [Read more...]

After School Snacking Made Easy With Campbell’s SpaghettiOs® MicrOs™

New Campbells Spaghetti Os MicrOs

This blog post is part of a compensated program with Campbell Soup Company. Opinions expressed are my own. Back to school season is in full swing and our kids are enjoying their first week of the new school year. While I find that mornings are hectic and busy, it's the afternoons that give us the most challenges. Our kids often come home tired, a bit cranky and ready to eat! While I have a decent stash of healthy snacks, I'm always looking for … [Read more...]

Sunday Supper | Delicious & Easy Family Dinner Recipes

Easy Dinner Ideas for a family Sunday Supper

Sunday supper is our family's favorite meal of the week. It's one of the few nights we can all sit down at the table after a busy weekend and really enjoy some down time together. But since summer began, I really haven't spent as much time in the kitchen as I should be. The scale can attest to that!  So, here and now, I'm making a promise to myself and my family to spend less time worrying about daily trials and more time focused on making family … [Read more...]

New at Outback – Moonshine BBQ Menu! #OutbackBestMates

Outback Moonshine BBQ Combo Platter

*Outback provided our family with a complimentary dinner. My family and I recently visited our local Outback Steakhouse to not only enjoy a quiet dinner together but also to sample some items from the new, limited time only, Moonshine BBQ menu, made with real moonshine! While the menu may vary by location, you can expect to find some delicious selections including: Sirloin with Moonshine BBQ Bacon Wrapped Shrimp Moonshine BBQ … [Read more...]

Go On a Culinary Adventure at Home with Sargento Tastings

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sargento. All opinions are 100% mine. When it comes to food, I'm not always as adventurous as I'd like to be. I have a very specific list of foods that I love and enjoy, but on occasion, I do step out of my comfort zone to try new things. Cheese has always been one of those things I'm NOT very adventurous with. I tend to stick to well known favorites like Colby, Mozzarella, … [Read more...]

14 Pudding Pie Recipes for Pi Day on March 14th

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Partnered post on behalf of Glam Media.  National Pi Day - Pi Day is an annual celebration commemorating the mathematical constant π. Pi Day is observed on March 14, since 3, 1, and 4 are the three most significant digits of π in the decimal form. If you're scratching your head wondering what all that means, just know you're not alone. I vaguely remember something about Pi from high school algebra or maybe Calculus but like I said, … [Read more...]