Kerry’s got a great tip for those of you who bring your older babies and toddlers to restaurants.
We all scream for ice cream.
Tammy’s tip for simplifying visits to the fast food play area.
Photo credit: Ippinka.com That's right, you can separate eggs by slurping the yolk into a clean, empty water bottle. It may not be easier than separating eggs the old fashioned way, but it will certainly keep the kids entertained in the kitchen. → Read the full post (and watch a video!) at Ippinka.com
It has been an odd week around here. I've been in a low-level funk ever since returning from Mom 2.0 Summit, which makes no sense. Frankly, it pisses me off because really, why? (Especially in light of the happenings in Oklahoma, it feels pretty spoiled. Donating to the Red Cross helped.) It finally dawned on […]
Delicious, satisfying, easy, beautiful, fancy enough for company. Even your Paleo and slow carb friends will appreciate this.
You can steam eggs on the stovetop resulting in perfect hard boiled eggs in a fraction of the time. Here’s how.
Lynne passed along a pointer to “Mix It Up,” a blog full of homemade cooking mixes — recipes that are easy to put together with (mostly) natural ingredients.
Shannon’s solution is much smarter than mine, which is to leave crazy straws sitting in the dish drainer for a week, and then throw them away because they smell musty.
Carrie’s solution for little kids + burritos has been in use at taquerias forever, but at home it changed everything.