Need a little pazazz to your thanksgiving holiday? Or want some bonding time with you’re child? Here are 5 festive thanksgiving desserts to help you. You’re desserts will be the talk of the party or dinner. Compliments will be thrown at you on how great they look and taste. Continue reading
Making homemade chocolate fudge is easy and fun. Especially when cooking it with friends or family. You can customize in whichever way you want. With nuts, candy or anything of you’re likings to create you’re own style of fudge. I recently saw this image from Real Mom Kitchen with her idea of shaping the fudge by putting it in a cookie cutter. Which can be decorated and given to someone as a gift. I thought that was pure genius and it looks cute. Basically what Laura Powell did was Continue reading
“Do you like green eggs and ham?
I do not like them,
I do not like green eggs and ham.”
By Dr. Seuss
Green eggs and ham? Okay I have to admit, the first time I read this book I thought it was pretty disgusting, but hey I was like 6. I was reintroduced to this book again by my English teacher. He was talking about AP test and how you would have to take a book that you have read and incorporate it into the essay. One of his examples was the book by Dr. Seuss “Green Eggs and Ham.” Although it’s a child’s book, if you write the essay really well you could possible get a high score. As if using a high level book, but not writing it that well. Continue reading