The last weekend was Mother's Day and the Food Network decided to re-air an old Trisha's Southern Kitchen but this past weekend she was back with something new and easy for college graduates or high schoolers making their way to being independent, Peanut Butter Ramen.
Okay, I admit it, this video series didn't start as I wanted it to but maybe I shouldn't have decided to start a cooking video series the weekend of Easter when everyone came to my house and there was no room in my fridge.
Summer weather fun is here and along with that comes backyard bbq's, pool parties and bon fire fun! Why not try some fun new drinks to go along with the amazing time you'll be having with your favorite party people?!
So you might remember the great Sangria Spill of 2015 that happened the other morning. In honor of Blake Shelton's new hit song "Sangria" I made 2 different kinds of the sweet, Spanish wine cocktails for my co-hosts and I to enjoy on a feel-good Friday...
Nothing ruins your month like getting the flu, especially if you are one of the first people in your circle of friends and family who gets it. Chicken soup is more than just mom's remedy - there is science behind using chicken soup to ease discomfort and help get you back to health. Here's…
If you worried about bathing suit weather now that June is here, then pick yourself up some soup at the grocery store -- it will help you slender out your body and get you ready for those sun bathing and swimming days ahead.
Regardless what the weather actually plans on doing this weekend, this is a great and safe choice just in case you can't cook outside on the grill while there is a tornado warning or huge thunderstorm.