A couple years ago I bought an ice cream maker after tasting the ice cream my parents had made in theirs. If you’ve never had homemade ice cream before then you are missing out. No ice cream I’ve ever bought has come close to tasting as good as homemade does.
It’s hard to keep kids still thinking about learning in the summer months. As a parent you have to think of sneaky ways to get them to even consider turning on their brains for science or math when all they want to is run through the sprinklers all day to beat the heat.
This past weekend I was at a barbecue and the hostess had a nice big bowl of bark sitting on her table for everyone to enjoy. It’s one of those things I don’t normally think to serve at a get together, but I must say I enjoyed more than my fair share of it. I’d forgotten how much I like bark.
Trifle is one of those dishes that always looks so complicated to make, but really isn’t. They also look very fancy. I like that combo. A dish that looks like you put a lot of work into it, but you really didn’t have to.
My husband loves those pricey store bought protein bars. He buys boxes upon boxes of them. He eats them like they are going out of style. The only problem with these are that they get kind of expensive after a while.
Have you heard of this? Pulling with coconut oil? It seems that half of my social media friends are doing it. I have to admit that I’m a bit skeptical. I don’t understand how placing a spoonful of coconut oil in your mouth and just letting it sit there for 20-30 minutes can do everything they claim that it does.
My boys love sports. They play all kinds. However, we usually have a break from them in the summer and try to focus on fishing and camping. This doesn’t mean my kids still don’t want to play sports, though.
If you got a good look in my pantry you would find anywhere from 15 to 20 cake mixes filling the shelves at one time. I love to bake cakes. All types of cakes. Any recipe that calls for a cake mix, I love to try.
Nothing screams summer like smores. No matter what age people are, they love smores. My boys would eat them all night, every night in the summer if I would let them, but I try and reserve them for special occasions like camping trips and bon fires.
I’m always ready to put the barbecue away come late fall. Eating everything barbecued every day gets a little tiring. However, once Spring rolls around and I’ve been deprived of barbecue for a few months, I get ravenous for it. I just can’t get enough of it right now.
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