Getting Ready for Spring and Summer Entertaining

The warmer weather is popping up here, and this has me thinking about getting ready for spring and summer entertaining! Spring cleaning takes on a whole new meaning when you think about the upcoming parties that you may be hosting. After all, this is the season of showers, graduations, Cinco de Mayo fiestas, pool parties,… [Continue Reading]

Red Pozole with Chicken and a Vegetarian Tex-Mex Quesadilla #SundaySupper

When I think of grilled cheese and soup pairings, I immediately have images of melted cheese oozing out of golden grilled sourdough bread sitting alongside my favorite bowl of Red Bell Pepper & Tomato Bisque. That combination is so totally delicious! Today though, I wanted something different, and I wanted something that would be Weight Watchers friendly… [Continue Reading]

Celebrate Earth Day with Clean the World

Sunday is Earth Day, and it is the perfect time to stop and think about what we can do as individuals to help our beautiful earth. After all, we only have one planet to live on, and if like me, you enjoy the great outdoors, breathing fresh air, clean oceans, and a less land becoming… [Continue Reading]

Setting up the Perfect Bruschetta Bar

When entertaining, setting up a bar where guest can help themselves not only saves the host time, it adds a sense of fun to the party! Now, when I am talking about setting up a bar, I am not always talking about a beverage station – although that does fall into this category. Today I… [Continue Reading]

Teaching Children about Money with Beth Kobliner and Kate McKinnon

“Money doesn’t grow on trees!” If I heard that once from my parents as I was growing up, I heard it a million times. Teaching children the value of money has never been an easy task! Beth Kobliner, a financial guru, has written a book to help parents teach their children about money. As much… [Continue Reading]