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Why is it that food always looks more appetizing when it’s displayed in little bowls? Even food that you wouldn’t normally eat. You should try it sometime with your kids. How many times have they come home from school and automatically run to the fridge to grab the carrots in the bag? Yeah, like never. […]
Here’s our latest segment on Atlanta & Co. Check out these easy to make power snacks that are great even if your kids have allergies!
The year is 1985. I am 14. It is June. It is ridiculously hot. I am sent to sleepaway camp against my will. My mom ships me off on the bus. She doesn’t drive me to camp despite my heartfelt and agonizing pleas. In fact, “you’re not even allowed to drive your kid to camp” […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m in the market for some SERIOUS CARBS right now. I’m talking Pasta, Pizza, French Bread, Rye Bread, Bread Crumbs, Bread Pudding, or just good old fashioned White Bread…Southern style…with mayonnaise. Yeah, that’s how desperate I am for this stuff. It’s only been a week but not eating bread […]
A Haiku. Sitting atop the Walgreens shelf, You beg for a squeeze. Marshmallow god.
We had such a blast today on 11 Alive’s Atlanta & Co. making our copycat recipes of Panera’s Chicken and Wild Rice Soup and PF Changs’ Chicken Lettuce Wraps. After finding our crockpot under a heap of soccer clothes we got to work! Check out today’s segment and let us know how your copycat recipes […]
We were super stoked to do our first TV cooking segment on 11 Alive’s Atlanta & Co last week. Miss it? You can see it here and cook up some of your own tasty chicken burgers tonight! PS. Guess what? They liked us so much they want us to come back! So make sure and […]
Gotta love the holiday cooking shows where the size two hostess is daintily putting the finishing touches on her holiday cookies in her subway tiled, perfectly decorated festive kitchen filled with hordes of cards hanging from bows on the mantle. So what if yours are Scotch taped to the mantle and are a little sparse […]
I just read a really stupid article that touched a nerve. The topic: At what age should kids stop trick-or-treating? The comments were actually more poignant than the article itself. Some parents recommended age twelve, the confirmation year. The year that kids are ‘supposed’ to transition into mini-adults. Others suggested the ritual cease […]
It took me about a week to figure out this was a zucchini. Whoops. I really should have noticed that back in July. But life just gets so busy, you know? Plus, what if it had been a science experiment for one of my daughter’s classes? I’d just feel terrible had I thrown it away. […]