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The first slow cooker was release in 1971 and since that time, women have been using it to make sure that meals were getting done that were healthy for their families. Now you can check out some of those recipes that have been used to make quick meals for busy families in the eBook Busy Woman Slow Cooker Recipes: Awesome Breakfast & Dessert.
The recipes included are simple, yet delicious with fun and entertaining names such as DECADENT VANILLA
There is nothing I love better on a cool evening than a bowl of soup. If that soup is potato soup than that is even better. Friday the weather was cool here and when that morning I was scrambling trying to figure out what to make for my family for dinner. As we are Catholics, my choices were limited. No meat on Friday for Lent. There is just so much fish that a person can eat. So I found this yummy recipe for crock pot potato soup that I made and with just a few tweaks it is now a meatless
I was recently introduced to the yummy concept of infused water. If you are like me, sometimes you need a little flavor to get in the required daily intake of water. I mean I like water and all but sometimes you just need a little something extra for encouragement. I will say that since I have been introduced to the concept of infusing water, the amount of water that I have drunk has increased by huge quantities. Not only is it better for you, but I was also amazed at how much better I felt.
Love (and deliciousness) for all
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about sugary treats—it’s about love! So to show our love for our friends, family and coworkers with diabetes, we’ve thought up some diabetes-friendly ways to celebrate this special day. There’s a lot to love about this all-muffin cookbook. Each delicious recipe is diabetes-friendly, so you can feel great about sharing with friends, family and coworkers.That way no one feels left out! Hurry and grab this awesome muffin
Around the world family, friends and loved ones come together on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to celebrate. In the United States we gather on New Year's Eve toring out the old and ring in the new by raising our glasses at midnight while sharing hugs and kisses and listening to, or reveling, Auld Lang Syne.
(The term, ring out the old and ring in the new comes from the United Kingdom where, at the approach of midnight, the head of the household would open the front door and hold it open