Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Check out these cotton cable knit sweaters from Old Navy. I always have a collection of these, they get me through 2 winter seasons. Economical and easy care.
Every year I make the same meal for Thanksgiving, there is little to no variations year to year because everyone loves it that way. It makes things easier sort of, the only planning involves the shopping and of course the preparation. I try to make as much in advance as possible to save myself workContinue reading “Thanksgiving — apuginthekitchen”
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This is a side dish I have been cooking for the past Thanksgivings. It is courtesy of Paula Deen but I did omit a couple of things and it was just as delicious. 1/3 stick of butter 1/2 cup diced onions 1/2 cup sliced fresh mushrooms 2 cups of…
This is from one of my favorite cooking shows Lidia’s Kitchen. I don’t have the exact measurements of the ingredients, I couldn’t find the recipe on her website. I pretty much eye-balled it by watching the show, but it’s quite easy. You should have at least 3 drumsticks per person. For 3-4 servings I usedContinue reading “Chicken Drumsticks with Peppers and Paprika”
Do you have Fashion in your blood? If so, you MUST see the exhibit “Unpacking Fashion” at the MET Museum, starting November 18 and running through February 5, 2017. You will witness beautiful works of art created by some of the Masters of Fashion Design. It’s a MUST SEE exhibit. http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2016/masterworks Read more about the […]Continue reading “THE MET MUSEUM Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion — FASHION AVENUE NEWS MAGAZINE”
This is a very easy and delicious soup! If you’re looking for a soup for Thanksgiving, this is the one. Here’s the link: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/9191/pumpkin-soup/ Read through the comments on the website for adding or subtracting ingredients. I like the idea of adding nutmeg.
For me animal prints is a basic piece of clothing that goes into trend once in a while. I always have some form of it in my wardrobe. Dress is from Equipment.
This is part 2 of recipes from my Avon cookbook. This cookbook offers international recipes and this one came from Belgium, not sure if it’s from the north or south. The food and language from the northern part of Belgium is similar to the Netherlands, while the south is more French.
This week I’ll be featuring recipes from an Avon cookbook I’ve had since 1983. I haven’t looked at it or a long time, almost forgot that it had some great recipes. This recipe came from Latin America. The ingredients caught my eye, it’s not what I would typically put into meatballs. I did leave theContinue reading “Spicy Meatball Soup”