• Cravings

    You’re the Straw to my Berry

    Seeing how next month is National Strawberry Month and strawberries are in season down here, I thought it only appropriate to discuss one of my cravings.  Strawberries are a soft, red fruit studded with seeds.  Believe...
    April 28, 2016 2405 0
  • Cool Recipes

    Oodles of Zoodles

    Yes, we millennials like to jump on the food trend bandwagon; so our kids have to come along for the ride.  The veggie of the month is zucchini! This happens to be my personal favorite, my...
    April 28, 2016 2514 0
  • Cool Recipes

    What is That?

    A few days ago, my daughter started coming home with a bright red popsicle that smelled like it was spicy?  I asked, “what and where did you get that?” She explained the flavor was sweet and...
    April 28, 2016 2626 0
  • Entrees

    Nice Thighs

    Chicken thighs are being used a lot more in recipes these days.  It makes sense, dark meat is almost always less expensive and offer a huge amount of flavor.  For millennials, who are on a budget,...
    March 2, 2016 2042 0
  • Entrees

    They’re Loaded

    After learning so much about Turbana and their causes, I wanted to do my part and support the company.  I headed to the store and purchased some Turbana plantains.  This was a little scary for me,...
    March 2, 2016 1818 0
  • Entrees

    Morocco Spells Good Eats

    Nothing says “autumn!” with quite the same throaty voice than does Moroccan food, and our own penchant for this spicy, earthy cuisine first hit us when we watched “Casablanca.” We immediately knew whatever brought Bogey and...
    September 18, 2015 1320 0
  • Lets Go Out

    Here Fishy Fishy

    If you have the very good fortune to live there or are planning a visit or are maybe even wiggling your toes in the sand at this very moment, trying to see your iphone 6’s screen...
    June 28, 2015 1232 0
  • Millennial Mom

    Junky Summer?

    Good Tips for Good Parents, of Which We Know You’re One (or Two or Whatever) Go to for additional info. During the summer it’s all too easy to fall into that junk food routine, but...
    June 26, 2015 1038 0
  • Editors Picks

    Stuff To Avoid – An Ounce of Prevention from Millennial Mom

    So we all know there are things our kids shouldn’t chow down on. They’re not in and of themselves spawn of the devil or anything, but these are items the experts say either to limit or...
    June 26, 2015 1222 0
  • Editors Picks

    Aloe Vera – “It’s Good for Me!”

    Aloe vera is an excellent addition to a healthy maintenance regimen, and some of its most well-known benefits include: helps support a healthy digestive system helps sustain and promote healthy regularity supports a healthy immune system...
    June 22, 2015 2036 0
  • Maybe/Maybe Not

    Is tap water the new bottled water?

    From where we sit, it looks as though as a market segment we Millennials are buying bottled water at a reduced rate these days, largely due to the environmental impact. Global warming/cooling/climate calamity aside – if...
    June 14, 2015 1342 0
  • Millennial Mom

    School’s Out! OMG!!! School’s Out??!! NOW What??!!?

    Chill, Millennial Mom. We’ve got your back, at least with tips on how to keep your kiddos hydrated during the heat of the summer. As for keeping them occupied and not glued to one electronic device...
    June 8, 2015 997 0
  • Keeping It Real

    Time to EAT CLEAN

    Well, yes, we do advise that you wash your hands before preparing dinner and after chopping/dicing/whatever-ing your food prior to your meal. Wash up again after you’re finished prepping. Then, for good measure, wash again before...
    May 15, 2015 1171 0
  • Editors Picks

    Cat Spring, Texas, Fits Us to a Tea!

    A little more than 60 miles northwest of Houston and a little more than 110 miles southeast of Austin – or, in Texas-speak, a “short drive” – is the sweet little town of Cat Spring. On...
    February 25, 2015 1973 0
  • Highlight

    Cultured & Saucy

    And You Thought Ketchup was the Queen of Condiments! Did you know that the first ketchup was a fermented concoction – a kind of medicinal brew of pickled fish and spices called kôe-chiap that originated in...
    February 18, 2015 1309 0