National Mulligan Day is observed annually on October 17. “In golf, a mulligan happens when a player gets a second chance to perform a certain move or action. Mulligan Day was created as a day for giving yourself a second chance or, as some people call it, a “do-over” according to the National Day Calendar. All of us have had those experiences that… Read More
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Time available to spend with your children can be extremely limited when you’re a working mom. So on the weekends, holidays or days off make the most of the time you do have together. One special way to do that is to spend some quality time baking as a family! Yes, there’s a multitude of ways you can spend time… Read More
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There’s nothing like a steaming hot bowl of beef stew on a cool fall night! Pair it with some crusty bread and fruit pie for dessert and you’re in heaven
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Potato soup is another one of our favorite meals. It’s hearty, delicious and best of all it’s easy to make. I often make potato soup the day after a holiday meal when we have extra potatoes and leftover ham. Comment below with the desserts that you serve with potato soup. Do you make homemade soup all year long or only… Read More
Taco soup is incredibly easy to make. It’s the perfect meal for cold winter nights. #Easy Meals #30 Minute Meals
This recipe started with the zero point cabbage soup from WW. We modified it considerably by adding chicken and rotel tomatoes.
I love this recipe. It reminds me of home. Make this casserole tonight with a delicious tossed salad and an apple crisp, and you’ll be serving up memories of your own. Is this a recipe you use often or have you tried it? What would you serve with this casserole? Let us know in the comments below.