For a day of drinking beer and eating snacks, here is a simple Taco Dip that won’t send you into cardiac arrest.
Baked Acorn Squash. Heartbeet Salad. Clamshell Mushrooms. This dinner is so easy to make, goes perfectly with a bottle of wine, and (gasp) it’s healthy.
Let them eat dirt! These are so tasty and since they’re also very simple, it’s a great way to occupy kids for a while.
Simple Asparagus Frittata. Sleep in this weekend and make this tasty and filling brunch.
It’s time to re-think your side dishes. These two simple butternut squash recipes will cure your tired side dish blues.
Eat a healthy breakfast AND make it to work on time. This easy and healthy bread can be made ahead of time, sliced and frozen. Pop a slice in the microwave or toaster oven and *poof* breakfast is served.
Turns out, almost everything delicious in this world is terrible for you. Try these Lower Fat Whole Wheat Pecan Pie Squares.
These pop-up, 30 gallon cans look so much better than big black trash bins, plus they are cardboard, made from recycled content, and are 100% recyclable.
Here are some great ideas for making your own serving tray with objects found in your garage.
This recipe is so simple, yet still packs some serious flavor.
Cheesy Spinach Pockets are so easy to make, but still look impressive to guests.
Get your daily servings of fruit – the fun way.
Make yourself a fancy cheese plate and sip a glass of red wine while you reflect on all of the special moments of 2011… because you will probably be spending the first few hours of 2012 with your face in a toilet.
Get sloppy drunk on New Year’s Eve and look pretty doing it.
If your gifts are lame, you can always wow them with the presentation.