All Blog Posts Tagged 'cooking' (123)

Jesus Never Made a Pie Like This on Valentine's Day

I have been jonesin’ for a chocolate pudding pie ever since I ovulated I realized Valentine’s Day was coming. I went to the grocery store on VD Eve…

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Added by Amy Musing on February 14, 2010 at 12:48pm — No Comments

Tasty Cucumber & Pomegranate Salad

I will admit it – before making this recipe I had never eaten a pomegranate.

I have had pomegranate juice, but this was the first time I’ve purchased the whole fruit. I had Mike open it up and get the seeds out for me [it kind of looked like a pain to me - thank you, honey!]. I popped one in my mouth – a little crunch, a little explosion of deliciousness!…
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Added by shannon on February 8, 2010 at 5:53pm — No Comments

Sustainable Skincare Breakthroughs + $300 in eco-beauty freebies: ESNL 1.26.10

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Added by Briana Ford on January 26, 2010 at 2:14pm — No Comments

Blue Cupcakes and Collard Greens

...After we stopped in town to get the mail, my sister-in-law and three of her kids came over for the afternoon. Don and Maria wanted to watch the movie “Food Inc." I decided to entertain the kids with making cupcakes.



I had just bought this muffin-making kit for a dollar on sale yesterday, thinking it would come in handy one day. Reading the ingredients made me shudder . . . Let’s just say making these was more fun than eating them — not even the kids ate much of… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on January 6, 2010 at 3:58pm — No Comments

Simple Thanksgiving Dinner

My five year old's Montessori class held its annual Thanksgiving celebration feast this morning. I signed up to bring the turkey, stuffing, gravy and vegetables. Did I start cooking yesterday? No. I started cooking at 6:15am and delivered everything to the school by 10am. No sweat.



Preparing Thanksgiving dinner does not need to be stressful. I've outlined, below, a simple menu that can be thrown together very easily in a matter of a few hours.



The Perfect… Continue

Added by EcoMeg on November 21, 2009 at 2:52pm — No Comments

The Kid's Gym November Upcoming Events & Specials

NOVEMBER UPCOMING EVENTS



November 7th – Our 3rd Annual Fall Festival from 11:00am – 2:00pm

Free open play for all kids, we will have food, a cake walk and lots of holiday specials! This event will be at our facility.



November 14th – South Shores 9th Annual Holiday Boutiques

We will have a booth set up to offer specials on our programs, as well as a tumbling zone for the kids to play in. We will also have an arts and craft center set up for the children to make… Continue

Added by The Kids Gym on November 4, 2009 at 1:02pm — No Comments

Healthy Homemade food for children

babies after mommy milk should not jump into adult food menu, only mixed. My daughter is 1yr and 8month old and we still are making her not only healthy food, but also we check the history of ingredients. We try to avoid buy frozen meator vegetables for baby, but we seek small fresh markets of farmers. Same pumpkins, same potatoes, but from eco ranches. Off course we start to give her vegetables and meat from usual stores step by step. I am amateur in cooking. I will try to share my… Continue

Added by Raitis on November 2, 2009 at 12:38pm — No Comments

Specialty Classes

Pee Wee Sports - Monday 1:00 pm

October 5th – October 26th

November 2nd – November 23rd

December 7th - December 28th

A fun parent and me pee wee sports class. Children will learn basketball, baseball, football, and soccer skills, playing fun games and drills.

Cost is $35 per month



Mini Science – Wednesday 1:00 pm

October 7th – October 28th

A unique chance to see our world and universe through observation, investigation,… Continue

Added by The Kids Gym on September 28, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Breakfast Quiche Muffins

I never planned on posting recipes to this blog, but people keep asking me for them so I guess its time to start!!! Here is a great recipe for on the go breakfast quiches. My son who does not eat veggies, is eating one (with spinach) as I type this, telling me he likes the green stuff! I guess I will have to start taking pictures too.



Breakfast Quiche Muffins



4 eggs



1 cup heavy cream



10 slices of bacon cooked and chopped



1 cup cheese of… Continue

Added by Dina on September 27, 2009 at 2:42pm — No Comments

Make-Ahead Meals for Busy Moms is Published!

I am so excited to announce that my new cookbook Make-Ahead Meals for Busy Moms is finally published! It is available at makeaheadmealsforbusymoms.com, amazon.com, and… Continue

Added by Jane Doiron on September 4, 2009 at 9:00pm — 1 Comment

The Beauty of A Freezer - And An Apology to My Mother-in-Law

Just after college, I moved to New York City. I earned next to nothing and shared a studio apartment with another girl. Many weeks, I had to decide between dry cleaning my clothes or eating. So, I learned how to hand wash many dry-clean-only garments. I grew up a lot in those first few years - I think everyone should live in NYC for a few years when they are young adults. But I digress...



Our kitchen was the size of a closet, and I used to scowl at the waste of space that was our… Continue

Added by EcoMeg on August 3, 2009 at 10:31pm — No Comments

Long Time, No Post...But the New Camera has Finally Arrived!

It's been almost a full two weeks since my old camera got sent out for repairs. I felt strange not having it around for those impromptu shots throughout the day. And I just about panicked not having it for all the great activities we've been doing. It's been quite a pendulum swing I guess- there are hardly any photos from the early years of our marriage- it was such a bother to pick up film, get it printed, and then deal with all the prints afterwards. I remember being apprehensive about the… Continue

Added by Janice on July 17, 2009 at 12:47am — No Comments

Make Your Own Dinner Night- AGAIN?!

read more at Pajamas & Coffee.

Added by Mary McCarthy on April 22, 2009 at 6:24pm — No Comments

Meat Loaf And Mood Swings

The only way in which I even remotely resemble Martha Stewart is weekday meal planning - no, I’m not smoking my own lox or carving radish roses, but I’ve learned to prep dinners in the morning, so on hectic days of driving kids to activities until dinnertime, I have something ready to heat up. This is less a display of organization than a bribe to myself (if I get through the hellish afternoon, I’ll actually have a dinner I enjoy instead of stale leftovers or take-out I can’t… Continue

Added by Lauren Mayer on April 16, 2009 at 2:28pm — No Comments

Great Brunch Recipe

Blood oranges are in season, so check out this delicious recipe. I developed it for Cuisinart (who by the way is having a free 4-cup mini prep giveaway).

Enjoy,
Jennifer
In Jennie's Kitchen

Added by JenniferPerillo on April 3, 2009 at 9:16pm — No Comments

Plaintains 101

Plaintains are quick, easy and fun side to roast chicken, burgers and more. I just posted a great step-by-step pic at In Jennie's Kitchen.





Enjoy,

Jennifer

In Jennie's Kitchen

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Added by JenniferPerillo on March 24, 2009 at 1:34pm — 2 Comments

Mealtime made fast, fun and easy!



Happy first day of spring everyone! Ready to win five (5) FREE Cuisinart products? Find out how here.



Have a great weekend and good luck!



Jennifer

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Added by JenniferPerillo on March 20, 2009 at 11:57am — No Comments

Green Your Eating and Cooking Habits

We are a society that over-consumes in every sense of the word. We buy unnecessarily and if you just look around, we eat unnecessarily as well. We have been taught (and somewhat scared) into dieting, using artificial products to add to our foods, and forced to read food labels. Much of the cuisines we consume or at least have consumed over the past years are filled with toxins. The process of how food is grown and manufactured has drastically altared. This has transformed our country into an… Continue

Added by Heather on March 4, 2009 at 1:48pm — 1 Comment

Simply Delicious Onion Soup

As you might imagine, I get lots of new food product samples as food editor at Working Mother magazine. Some may think it's a perk, but the truth is there are very few that make the cut when it comes to both taste and nutrition. These days the grocery bills add up and trying new products may seem more a luxury—lest you risk spending hard-earned bucks on something barely edible. So, I've decided to let you benefit from my trial and error.

This… Continue

Added by JenniferPerillo on February 10, 2009 at 11:29pm — No Comments

New look and giveaway!

I have re-launched my cooking blog with a new look, and to celebrate I am hosting my very first giveaway. You can enter here.

Good luck!

Added by Elisa on August 30, 2008 at 4:36pm — No Comments

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