I love picnics & potlucks but what really got me about this article from Midwest Living were the words “No-cook.” During the dog days of summer, it’s great to take a break from the heat of the stove with great recipes that require no cooking. This selection should help you through the entire summer, allowing you to not only avoid the stove but to also be able to bring something fresh & new to each of you summer events! Enjoy!
Mother’s Day is coming soon. Time to plan something special for Mom! This doesn’t mean expensive or elaborate. However, it does mean something thoughtful & special. Rather than investing money, invest some thought & your time to give your mom a special day she will remember. Southern Living offers a selection of ideas to help you plan a wonderful day for Mom. Spend some time studying them. Talk to other members of your family. Then, show mom how much you appreciate everything she does for all of you! Enjoy!
These darling decoration serve double duty as incredible treats for your Easter guests. With a variety of ideas from which to choose, you might just have to make a few! From BH&G
I was raised by a Southern grandmother so you KNOW I LOVE chicken & dumplings! It is a hearty & simple dish to make but filled with gluten until the good folks at Betty Crocker came up with this wonderful gluten-free version! Oh, thank you, Betty! Click HERE for the recipe!
I started to post this idea from All You on Twitter. However, the photo was so charming & colorful, I just had to share it here! Celebrate warm weather with a country-themed backyard bbq complete with easy decorations, affordable recipes and party ideas.