Easy Corn Chowder Recipe

We love soups and chowders in our house. They are usually very easy to make. Corn Chowder is one of my favorites. Greg came up with a great way to make it too that is super easy and not a lot of work. Easy Corn Chowder Recipe Ingredients: 1/2 cup butter 1 stalk of ... Continue Reading . . .

Recipes from The Kosher Baker by Paula Shoyer

Sweeten your Passover Table with delicious desserts from Paula Shoyer's The Kosher Baker. Paris-trained pastry chef, Paula Shoyer uses all her creativity and love of dessert, she developed The Kosher Baker. Passover is coming and now is the time to plan your dishes. I received a ... Continue Reading . . .

Super Simple Pasta Salad Recipe

When you don't know what to fix, you could make this super simple pasta salad, even a non-cook like myself can make. All you need is cooked pasta (rotini or spirals are my favorite to use), fresh broccoli, shredded cheddar cheese (Kraft is the best) and Kraft Good Seasonings ... Continue Reading . . .

Pinkberry Valentine’s Day Collection and Free Yogurt!

Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift?  Look no further!  Send your love and be loved with Pinkberry’s Valentine’s Day Collection.  Purchase five items from the Valentine’s Day Collection with your Pinkcard and receive the sixth FREE! This February, Pinkberry will ... Continue Reading . . .

Baltimore Ravens Purple Beer for your Super Bowl Party

What a neat idea - purple beer to support the Baltimore Ravens playing in this year's Super Bowl. On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens will meet the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. If you are rooting for the Baltimore Ravens then you definitely need to try this Baltimore ... Continue Reading . . .

Belgium Waffles for Dinner? (Recipe)

Yes, that's right, we had Belgium Waffles dinner. Sometimes you just have to turn your day upside down. Greg made Belgium Waffles from scratch with the follow recipe. Then he added canned peach pie filling and a dollop of whipped cream on top and dinner was ... Continue Reading . . .

FREE Valentine’s Cards from Krispy Kreme

I can smell the goodness now. We have a Krispy Kreme in our local casino and everytime we go there, the smell is heavenly. They have two small shops and the large store where they make the donuts fresh. If you have ever had a Krispy Kreme donut you know what I'm talking about. ... Continue Reading . . .

5 Easy Super Bowl Party Tailgating Recipes

Here are some super easy recipes that will be sure to make your Super Bowl party pop and make you guests asking for more. Chili Cheese Bake Recipe Ingredients: (2) 8 oz packages of cream cheese 2 small cans chili with no beans 1 lb lean ground beef, cooked 1 bag ... Continue Reading . . .

Dark Chocolate Doughnuts At Krispy Kreme

Craving dark chocolate? Delight in the dark chocolate decadence of Krispy Kreme Dark Chocolate Strawberry and Double Dark Chocolate doughnuts now through February 17, 2013 at participating Krispy Kreme US and Canadian shops.  Pair them with a Krispy Kreme Mocha for a tasty ... Continue Reading . . .

Eat a Chilis for $4.99 Everyday from 3 to 6 PM

Did you know that @Chilis has full-size meals for $4.99? We didn't either. These specials are available every weekday from 3 to 6 pm, 9 pm to close and all day on Sundays. They are not available on Saturdays. We went to Chilis restaurant last night for my birthday and the ... Continue Reading . . .

Steak is now on Chilis 2 for $20 Menu

If you have been following me for any length of time you know how much Greg and I love eating at Chilis. The food is good, at a fair price and we always feel welcomed and enjoy our time when we eat at a Chilis restaurant. I found out that Chilis now has a 6 oz sirloin steak on ... Continue Reading . . .

A Day in Life of a Krispy Kreme Donut

The day in the life of a Krispy Kreme doughnut starts with a semi tanker truck pulling up to the building and for 40 minutes the Krispy Kreme Quality Control people make sure that the flour meets their strict requirements. Actually, the life of the Krispy Kreme donut ... Continue Reading . . .