My cousin and her husband headed out to the east coast for a couple of weeks, so not only did I have the pleasure of dog-sitting their puppy Coco, but I also gained some food items from their kitchen. One is pomegranates.
When your good friend from college comes to visit with a bag full of homegrown lemons, you make darn good lemon/limeade with a simple twist of English cucumbers! Ingredients: • 1 cup cold water, plus […]
I love an occasional spicy Bloody Mary with just a hint of vodka…but, for a healthier Bloody Mary this classic, guilt-free version is sure to please any V8 fan!
Yesterday we had rain…finally. True, it’s not the most pleasant…but hey, free water is ALWAYS good. So it was a cozy kind of feeling for me, which personally meant, run to the grocery store to see what I can cook up for the day!
I don’t know about you but, as a stay-at-home food blogging, homemaking, dog sitting (…catch my drift?) mom, I can’t afford to just get up and out of the house to buy coffee drinks everyday! So how’s about a homemade version instead…made with organic, wholesome good stuff?!
This is a simple drink that I grew up with in the Philippines. There is really not much to making this drink but fruit, water, milk and sugar, yet it’s quite refreshing! If you Google it, you will see that it’s made in many varieties, depending on everyone’s preference. I never even realized that you can add milk to it as I have always had it without. Regardless, below you will find my own, simple recipe for cantaloupe coolers and, perhaps you can put your own twist to this drink, as well 😉 Cheers!-gcc
In continuation of all-things natural, how about a refreshing natural drink? And what can be more refreshing and good for you, too? Water! Simply water, with a touch of fruity goodness is sure to quench your thirst in a most satisfying and guilt-free way…
I was definitely early birding this morning, at 2:30 am to be exact. You know what they say, ‘the early bird gets the worm…’ so after catching up on some blogging and a quick Cup ‘O Joe…off to our local farmer’s market I go! My total shopping spree was $58.00 and my goal coming in was to buy fresh strawberries to make an Eton’s Mess. So strawberries, amongst other goodies and back home I go. My younger son loves to snack on strawberries and I can’t wait to make him the Eton’s Mess but before that, a special request for a strawberry smoothie…my way 🙂
So here we are…for those who want a little more substance than jello shots. You can have these mini cupcakes and eat them, too…Cheers!