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I give you another great food site â€“ Smitten Kitchen! Her photos alone are enough to make you drool! I honestly think Iâ€™d need pronexin for all the chocolate cravings I get whenever I’d look at her sweet recipes! I dare you to go see for yourself her recipes and since I am on a diet, these scrambled eggs might be the only thing I am allowed to cook!
I have been looking for healthy recipes to cook over the weekend so I can be strict with my diet next week, besides I need hcg diet info for a friend. I have fallen off the diet wagon and though I have been moving more and improving my time, if I donâ€™t lessen my food intake, it really would not matter.
If you donâ€™t know Pioneer Womanâ€™s Tasty Kitchen site, you need to go and pay visit right now. She has a lot of recipes from appetizers, breads and entrees and I have it in good authority that her recipes are delicious! A number of my scrapbooking friends swear by her recipes â€“ itâ€™s easy to do, takes less time, and is eaten immediately by their families!
So if you need recipes, go to Tasty Kitchen!
I have to confess I dont know anything about the kitchen. If there would be textbooks for kitchen cooking Id be over them in a heartbeat!
This seems to be a great idea to help kids eat more:
Disney FamilyFun understands that the evening meal can be the best part of a familyâ€™s day â€” and the busiest. Thatâ€™s why theyâ€™ve created the special collectorâ€™s issue, Dinnertime!, which hits newsstands Tuesday, May 4.
Filled with over 98 easy recipes, these pages gather the best dinner ideas from our 19 years of publication. Every recipe is family-tested and approved. Dinnertime! makes family meals simple and stress-free with chapters offering specific solutions to common dinner dilemmas, including:
- Cheap eats: savory $$ savers
- 30-minute meals
- Picky eater pleasers
- Break out of your rut: rethinking old faves
- Dishes that teach kids cooking skills
So while I went and did some grocery shopping last Friday, I managed to pick up what seems to be a nice and easy cookbook for our househelp (she is the one who cooks in the house :D)) It is in our native language and what I like most about it is the ingredients are things we can get in the local market as well. It has appetizers, fish, veggies, chicken, pork and beef plus desserts too. I actually highlighted the recipes we will be including in our menu this week (fish, veggies and chicken as my kids are not fan of pork) while I was viewing an insurance quote I received by email. I will share here in my blog pictures and the recipe if it tastes good