I don’t really know if there is a support group for foodaholics, but I don’t think I’d join one even if such a thing existed. I’m a foodie, and I admit my addiction. If the first step in conquering your addiction is admitting you have a problem, I guess I’m not there yet.
On May 1st, the Antioch Branch had a program on Indian cooking. The food for the program (enough to serve dinner to least 50 people) was donated by Taj Mahal restaurant in Liberty, MO. We thank them very much for such a generous donation. The program turned out to be a big success and fun was had by all. Indian food has been gaining popularity in the West in the last decades. Some dishes are known in other cuisines where they are considered national delicacies.
Beach-Ready and Beyond (More Good Things to Say About Jillian Michaels)
As summer continues, there are a few things I am certain of: high temperatures, taking trips to the local ice cream shop, roadtrips throughout the country, and relaxing by the pool or, if you’re lucky, at the beach. But for me, it’s a perfect time to get back in shape – namely because I have my 10 year high school reunion at the end of the month.
Now, even if you’re not going to a reunion, there is no better time to get in shape than now. And, I have a few recommendations if you are in the same boat.
Are you in the mood for something light and healthy for dinner during these dog-days of August? Here is a quick an easy recipe a friend gave me. It was inspired by a picture on a magazine cover, but the recipe and ingredients were changed to avoid any precooking and to give it a "Greek Flair":
The Olympics are coming to England. I couldn’t be more excited, and I’m sure I am not alone.
If one were to plan a party for them, now would be the time.
What would you place on your menu? Sure, you could default to the English stand-by of fish and chips, or maybe you want to try your hand at tea. Beware the clotted cream. I may enjoy it, but it isn’t for all.
While checking out a list of the current bestselling cookbooks, I had to wonder how many of these books would still be selling a few years from now. Will people still be interested in The Paleo Diet Cookbook or The Wheat Belly Cookbook? And, just what IS the bestselling cookbook of all time?
I am a mother of four kids and have had several birthday parties as the years have gone past. I have a set of boy/girl twins, and this year we celebrated their 9th birthday! To make it cheaper, we decided to make their cakes at home rather than order them. So, we checked out some cake and cupcake books from the Library to help us out on ideas.
What’s for dinner? . . . the three most dreaded words in the English language to the main cook of the house. Sometimes inspiration into what to fix that would be fun and tasty eludes us, and another meal of spaghetti or tuna casserole is just not going to cut it.