Every Monday here is Meatless Monday! Why? Because we eat too much meat. Seriously. We need to start consuming less meat and find other options. I’m not telling you to become a vegetarian or a vegan. I am suggesting you make the choice to eat less meat and dairy. Eating less meat is way more… Continue reading Meatless Monday #1
It’s Spring time which means Asparagus is in season! These crisp and slightly bitter veggies add an amazing flavor to any dish. Like peas, it’s a vegetable that’s been cast aside into a boring side dish. There is more than one way to cook asparagus. Here are 5 recipes that are anything but boring.
In the newest tutorial, we’re making a gorgeous Spring soap with plenty of glitter and bright colors.
We’re making a lovely soap loaf that’s in bright Spring inspired colors. This beautiful soap looks like it is difficult to make, but a beginner can make it without a problem! Supplies needed: 1 chocolate mold in flower shapes 1/2 lb of white melt and pour soap 1/2 lb of clear melt and pour soap… Continue reading DIY Spring Soap Loaf
Peas are an often underestimated ingredient. Most people just buy frozen peas to go as a side dish. They’re typically plain and not very interesting. I’ve got five recipes that take these plain green things and turn them into part of the main dinner attraction.
Today, we’re making a honey and lavender scrub with natural ingredients. Most of these ingredients can easily be found at a grocery store or a Farmer’s Market. We are using raw honey. You’ll want to find a local supplier for that sort of thing. I know it’s tempting, but don’t use store bought/brand name honey.… Continue reading Natural Honey Lavender Scrub
Since I am a Harley riding woman with piercings and tattoos, most people would think I’m not one for fancy cocktails. They would picture me with a beer in my hand before a glass of wine or a mimosa. Those people could not be more wrong. (I actually hate beer). It’s always fun to trip… Continue reading 5 Birthday Bash Cocktails