Popcorn is a perfect light, crunchy summertime snack. Plus, it only costs about 16 cents per serving—you can’t beat that when you’ve got a bunch of hungry kids hanging out at home. Rather than oil and the traditional stovetop method, I like to use an air popper, which I place outside to keep the heat (and the kids) out of the kitchen. After popping up a big batch, I sprinkle on one of my homemade seasoning blends to transform boring, plain-old puffs into a super satisfying sweet or savory snack.
Sometimes it’s just too dang cold to go outside. When the weather turns icy and the temperature dips down low, your date nights can fall by the wayside. Don’t let your relationship get cabin fever. Here’re a few fun ways to make the most of your cozy nights at home.
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Helping your teenage son or daughter choose a healthy path isn’t always easy. Teens don’t like to be told what to do. They like to be in control of themselves—especially when it comes to their bodies. I’ve found that the best approach is to lead by example, provide suggestions and put the tools they need to make good choices right in front of them.
Today’s news about the health benefits of popcorn is especially exciting to me – anyone who knows me well knows that I love air-popped popcorn. (I’ve gone through five air poppers in the past six years or so.)
So what’s the scoop? It seems that scientists have discovered that Read more →
Plastic Santas, blinking candy canes, 10-foot-tall inflatable snowglobes with whirling flakes—had enough of the artificial holiday décor madness? Try these more natural, traditional ways of decking your halls this year: Read more →
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