May 26, 2017

Low Carb Shepherd’s Pie: The Amalgamated Version

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Low Carb Cooking

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Low Carb CookingOne of the perennial favorites of winter cooking is Shepherd’s Pie. Covered with a golden cloud of potatoes and cheese, filled with savory ground meat, sauce, and vegetables, it’s warming and mouth-watering. The potatoes, though. Potatoes? Aren’t potatoes guaranteed to send blood sugar […]


Meals Delivered Hot from a Crock Pot

Let us face it most of us get meals delivered to the table if we make them ourselves. Perhaps we get our meals delivered to the table or where ever by someone else in the household. Each of us who do indeed work hard to bring in the money deserved a home cooked meal delivered […]


Zombie Party: Plants vs. zombies

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Zombie Parties

For those familiar with the game Plants Vs. Zombies, it provides a good party theme for both children and whimsical older folks who want their zombie parties with a little less darkness and gore.


Zombie Apocalypse Party: Kids’ Parties

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Zombie Parties

Even kids like zombie parties! With a kids’ party, you could have either a survivors theme where the kids will be playing zombie hunters, an undead theme where they will be zombies, or a mixed theme where some are zombies and some are hunters.


Zombie Apocalypse Party: Undead Theme

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Zombie Parties

A Zombie Jamboree lets guests dress up in their best zombie apparel and make-up and enjoy an evening of brainless (or brainful) fun and food.


Zombie Apocalypse Party: Survivors Theme

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Zombie Parties

Whether it’s for a birthday, Halloween, New Year’s Eve, or just a whenever party, a zombie apocalypse party should be an easy theme. Here are some ideas for a party centered around the idea of the guests being survivors of a zombie apocalypse.


Plants New and Old for the Small Family Gardener

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Small Family Gardening

These plants may be a little harder to come by, but they can be fun and educational for the small family to try in their garden. Save most of your garden space for the standard fare that your family loves, but give some new crops a whirl. You might discover some new favorites.


Garden Plants for the Small Family

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Small Family Gardening

So what makes a variety good for the small family gardener? Smaller plant size, moderate fruit size or weekly harvest amount, and an extended harvest. Interesting colors and shapes can also add some appeal, especially for kids who might otherwise turn up their nose at vegetables. For those parents interested in getting their smaller children involved, seed size and ease of harvest can also be factors to consider.


Garden Solutions for the Small Family

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Small Family Gardening

The large garden of my childhood is simply impractical. Yet, to have something other than the bland store-bought tomatoes, the limp lettuces of salad blends, the limited choices from the produce section, and the rising costs of fresh vegetables drive me and many others to want that smell of earth and the feel of the hot sun on our backs. Here then are some solutions for the smaller and busier families of today who may be stuck with small yards or no yards at all.


Collegeville Diner Review

A customer’s experience while visiting this Montgomery County restaurant in Pennsylvania, complete with menu ratings and impressions of the service. Collegeville Diner is located at 290 East Main Street in Collegeville, PA. The Collegeville Diner Atmosphere Collegeville Diner knows how to create a welcoming atmosphere for its customers, from a decorating standpoint. The exterior of […]


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