Kitchen Hack: How To Check if Eggs are Still Good

So, it’s a few days past the “sold by” date on your egg carton. You’re craving some homemade cookies. You pace a few times in your kitchen, asking yourself, “Should I throw them out? They should still be good, right? Are ‘sold by’ dates true? Surely a few days past the date should be fine….

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Happy National Doughnut Day!

Guess what today is … It’s a day dedicated to the scrumptious, mouth-watering, addictive, sugary, satisfying, pop-one-after-another-into-your-mouth, goes-great-with-coffee special treat that we all know and love. That’s right, it’s National Doughnut Day! From eclairs to glazes, doughnut holes to full doughnuts, savory to sweet, the combinations and possibilities of doughnuts are incredibly endless. So, why…

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15 Simple Chocolate Cookie Recipes

It’s amazing to think that not too long ago I didn’t care for chocolate. Shocking, right? Don’t get me wrong. The occasional dessert hit the spot. However, more often than not, that dessert consisted of strawberry flavored ice cream. I usually stayed far away from chocolate as my chocoholic husband enjoyed the chocolateist of chocolate…

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10 Sibling Photography Ideas

I have quickly learned that trying to get kids to pose for the camera is almost impossible. Take for example my son. He’s one and always on the move. When he’s doing something that I absolutely want to capture on film and always remember, he’s already on to the next move before I have a…

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A Boy and His Books

Most parents usually get a little nervous when their kids are being quiet. Why? When they are quiet, that means that the kids might be up to no good. From coloring on the walls to playing with the toilet paper roll, it’s amazing what kids can get into in a matter of seconds. As for…

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Moscow Mule Cocktail Recipe

The days are hot. The days are muggy. The days are filled with sunshine. Yes, we are finally in the thick of spring time with the birds chirping, the grass growing, the temperature rising, and the summer approaching. Our days are filled with working at our jobs, playing with our son, tidying up the house,…

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Fruit Recipes for the Spring

Open our refrigerator and you’ll most likely find fruit carton after fruit carton. From blueberries to strawberries, blackberries to raspberries, we always need to make sure that we have a lot of fruit to keep our “fruit fly” happy. One of the great things about our son is that he’s not picky when it comes…

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