Lemon desserts are quite popular in my house, especially this time of the year. There is just something about summer that screams lemon. Perhaps it’s because lemonade seems to be the drink of choice when the weather is hot. There is just nothing like drinking a tall glass of cool lemonade on a sunny day.
These one pot recipes have been flooding my Facebook page lately. I haven’t tried to make one yet, but I’m going to try to make at least one this week. They look super easy. All you have to do is just throw everything into a pot and cook it on the stove.
There’s just something about summer that makes me want to celebrate every day. These are drinks that I might normally make for a party or special occasion the rest of the year. However, summertime and no school is good enough reason for me (and especially my kids) to celebrate.
I recently ran across an article on Facebook written by a very wise person. I have to admit that I didn’t read the article, but I was instantly drawn to the topic. So, I decided to use this topic for my own article. Here it is. Ten reasons why high waist shorts are a bad choice
Staying cool in the summer is important. Getting kids to drink enough can be especially hard. It seems that every summer at least one of my boys gets a minor case of dehydration. The heat and blazing sun doesn’t seem to bother them.
My family loves crab, but it’s so expensive. So, I like to use imitation crab when the crab is not the main part of the meal. It’s much cheaper and the taste is close enough for cooking purposes. This crab salad sandwich recipe I’m sharing is a family favorite.
My boys love donuts, but I hate giving them the deep fried version. I know donuts aren’t the best food to give them, but I do let them eat them every now and then. After all, I can’t force them to eat oatmeal every day.
I love making cookies for my family and they love to eat them. However, I get tired of eating (and making) the same old chocolate chip cookies over and over again. So, I am always looking for new recipes to try out, especially recipes that are sneakily healthy. That way I can give my family the sweets they love without having the guilt of all the sugar and transfats that go with them.
My boss is not from Montana, he lives in the big city of Portland. Every time I talk to him he asks me what I’m up to here in beautiful Montana. I’m always telling him hunting and fishing stories, most of which he finds humorous. He also is amazed at some of the things we Montanans do that his employees in other states wouldn’t dream of doing.
This weekend I’m headed out of town to enjoy a little mini vacation. I plan on relaxing, hanging out with friends and sipping on some adult beverages while enjoying the first bit of hot weather this summer.
I’m tired of the same old ways to keep cool. Hanging out at the river, running through the sprinkler, cool towel on your forehead and spritzing yourself in front of a fan are so old school. I knew there had to be other ways to keep cool this summer. Thanks to the World Wide Web and my own noodle, I compiled a list of unusual ways to keep cool this summer. You can thank me later.
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