Round-Ups

Round-Ups

Running Out of Lunch Ideas? Try These Dinner Hacks

It never fails: Just as I begin to see the light at the end of the school year–and the dog days of summer ahead–lunches seem to get more redundant. I am

Spring

Meal Plan May 16, 2016

My goal with this week’s meal plan is pretty simple: a smaller grocery bill. I know I’m not breaking any news by saying that grocery prices are going through the

Fruits

It’s Grilling Time!

Even though many of us try to barbecue all year long, there is something about being able to leave the back door open and cross the yard in our bare feet to

Round-Ups

10 Delicious Things to Cook in May

Spring took its sweet time arriving to the North East but the delayed arrival is only making us more excited to scoop up bright, fresh ingredients flowing into the markets

Breakfast

Last Minute Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes to Save Your You-Know-What

  Yes, well, we can’t all be winning Daughter-of-the-Year awards now can we? For those of us who may not have planned ahead quite early enough, but still want to

Strategies

No Fail Mother’s Day Recipes

Mother’s Day is around the corner and if your house is anything like mine, it means we need to start dropping some serious hints now. I don’t need fancy gifts (though

Poultry

Meal Plan April 25, 2016

  What’s up this week? We’re back in the studio again for a few days, working on book number two. We got off to an amazing start last week! It’s

Strategies

How To Make Frozen TV Dinners

Anyone else tempted to buy the individually portioned dinners from the freezer section of your grocery store? Heck, I am a girl who was raised in the 1970’s and fondly

Vegetables

The Top Five Reasons Karine Loves Pasta

The Top Five Reasons Karine Loves Pasta You can sneak fresh vegetables into it. You can make enough to for lunch the next day. Whether you prefer gluten-free, whole wheat

Strategies

Quick Bites: It’s kinda like a cheat sheet that all parents need/want (especially me!)

Once my kids were old enough to eat solid foods, I was excited on so many levels but also felt completely lost: Whether it was the month-by-month “rules and regulations”