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Carsten and Kellan have fun in the kitchen making their very own slime.
Carsten and Kellan have fun in the kitchen making their very own slime.
Summer has arrived, and that means kids need things to do. My boys are thoroughly enjoying summertime, and so am I. I don't miss the hurried schedule of the school year and my hectic commute. Instead we are able to relax and make our own schedule each day.
  • Make Pork Month a savory celebration
    Traditionally October was known as Pork Month because it was the time of year when hogs were brought to market. Today, October Pork Month serves as a time to thank pig farmers and for farmers to connect with consumers.
  • Savor sweet fall favorite: Caramel apple cookies
    Oh, how I love fall. I love the weather, the changing colors, the seasonal foods, and most of all going to fall festivals and pumpkin patches in the area with my family. In the fall it seems there so much to do and so little time before the cold weather sets in and gorgeous fall days are gone.
  • Jalapeno poppers pack an irresistible combination
    Jalapeno poppers will have your next party guests going wild for the irresistible combination of jalapenos, bacon and cream cheese all wrapped up into one bite. If the thought of spicy jalapenos scares you, be sure to scrape out all the seeds and look for peppers with a round end. Pointed peppers tend to contain more heat.
  • Chips and dip a tailgate winner
    Whether you choose to tailgate in a parking lot or camp out in your living room, chips and dip are the perfect for game-day snacking.
  • Pumpkin spice makes everything nice
    Pumpkin Spice Latte Season is in full swing. Baristas across the country are ready and armed with the fall favorite flavored by pumpkin, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg.
  • Red wine sauce gives beef roast a special Italian flair
    Pot roast is one of the easiest and most popular dishes to serve. It’s so easy you don’t need to save it for Sunday dinner. Make your next roast extra special by adding an Italian flair.
  • Go bold with pesto recipes
    Jarred pesto is a quick and easy way to turn boring into bold. When you are short of time turn to pesto to get the job done, but be sure to stir the pesto first, as it settles over time.
  • Cabbage offers filling, healthful casserole option
    Most casseroles are made using potatoes or noodles. Rethink your next casserole and load it up with cabbage instead. Shredded cabbage is a filling and healthful option to take the place of heavy carbs.
  • Potato salad complements summer grill favorites
    Potato salad goes well with some of summer’s best foods — grilled burgers, brats and hot dogs. There are endless versions of potato salad. Some variations have a secret ingredient or a little twist here or there.
  • Tasty way to start the day: Breakfast Bundt
    Bundt pans aren’t just for cakes, they are for breakfast too. With just a small amount of preparation and 45 minutes of baking you can have a very impressive brunch on the table.
  • Go bananas! Sweet and healthful in pancakes and oatmeal muffins
    A single banana has around 100 calories. There are many health benefits to adding this adding this sweet yellow fruit to your diet. According to Live Science, bananas are packed with nutrients and are good for your heart, your eyes, your diet, and your mood.
  • Emojis are everywhere — they make food fun, too
    On Friday, July 28, 2017 Sony Pictures will release “The Emoji Movie,” a one of a kind 3-D animated American comedy. The movie takes place in the city of Textopolis, the home to all emojis hidden inside a smartphone. This new release is one that will appeal to children, teens and adults as millions of emojis are sent around the world in texts, private messages and emails.
  • Trash Bars: Don’t let the  name scare you; they’re sweet, salty, easy-to-make treat
    They may be called Trash Bars, but don’t be fooled, they taste like little squares of heaven. Trash bars or garbage bars are simple, no-bake bars that are the ultimate summer treat when you are craving something sweet (and a little salty), but refuse to turn on the oven in the summertime heat.
  • Hooray for red, white and blue recipes
    Don’t let the sparklers and fireworks steal the show on the Fourth of July. Dazzle your family and friends with red, white and blue recipes.
  • Flour power: A groovy kind of bread
    Hippie Bread got its start in the 1970s and makes the perfect bread for sandwiches or to serve alongside a rustic supper. This bread is chewy and moist and can be spread with any topping you please.
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