What’s for dinner? If you’re a parent, you’re probably tired of hearing those three words. Coming up with a new meal every day that pleases the whole family and fits within the food budget is a constant challenge, but dinnertime can be easy if you keep it simple. Here are five cheap and easy meal ideas that are sure to please kids of all ages.
It’s disappointing not to be able to leave the house for your birthday. You’re not alone. Across the country, people are wondering how they can make their day feel special when they’re stuck at home. Regardless if you can go out or not, there are some things that you can do to make your day—or your loved one’s birthday—still feel special. It just takes a little bit of creativity and effort. Here are some ideas for the next stay at home birthday you have to plan.
If you are looking to feed a large family on a budget, then you want to have some quick ideas ready. These meals should be inexpensive, fast to create and be something that everyone will enjoy. With that in mind, here are four easy meals that can feed large families at home.
Whoo-wee, we sure love our burgers. Whether you toss them on the grill or fry them in a pan, burgers are pure summertime bliss. Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time to think about kicking things up a notch.
So, if you’re looking for ways to add some zing to your next burger, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for four easy ways to give your burger a little zing.
When you typically think of Mother’s Day meals, you might picture going to a crowded restaurant for brunch. However, you can save money and have a much more pleasant meal at home. A homemade lunch will provide your family and the woman who’s being honored with a spectacular day of celebration. These are three recipes for a perfect Mother’s Day luncheon.
For the family foodie, the kitchen is a place of sensorial delights. When you’re cooking for kids, however, it often takes some extra creativity to make time and tastes come together. Between juggling the unique palates of various family members and trying to make it fit in with the busy Mom-life schedule, it can often be a major accomplishment just to get some macaroni and cheese on the table. Fortunately, the following four cooking hacks can make meal-prep easier without sacrificing the quality that you and your family deserve.
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Now more than ever people are making new traditions for the holidays. What’s better than gathering around delicious food in a warm environment with the people you care about? These are the times when memories are made.
Where else besides home can you devour unlimited servings of your favorite foods this holiday season? Texas de Brazil! The Brazilian-American Steakhouse invites you to carve new memories with perfectly seasoned grilled meats cooked churrasco-style over a wood-charcoal fire, plus a chef-crafted salad area.
I will take all of the help I can get around the holidays when it comes to entertaining. I usually have all of my cooking and baking resources in use at the same time. We have a family inside joke every Thanksgiving. The broccoli casserole caught on fire 3 years in a row while trying to reheat it. The first time it was my house, then my sister-in-law’s, and lastly at my aunt’s. What are the chances?! I do believe we left it off the holiday menu on purpose last year.
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Variety is the spice of life, but too often, people find themselves eating the same thing for dinner. Besides being boring to your taste buds, this can be unhealthy if your regular diet doesn’t include all essential nutrients. A joint study by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard’s School of Public Health found that women who eat a variety of only nine healthy foods have a mortality rate 42 percent higher from common diseases than those who eat a variety of 16 to 17 items.
Fortunately, it’s not hard to add variety to your diet. Here are three easy recipes to help you expand your dinner menu.