My family loves to throw down on the grill while I’m inside preparing sides dishes, baked goodies, and appetizers. Sides are often hard to prepare so I decided to help you get ahead when planning your next family gathering. Your guest will be raving and returning for seconds after they try this delicious Creamy Bacon Parmesan Salad. This is a dish you can prepare that would go with any meat you desire or enjoy alone as a main course. Continue reading
Special thanks to the JW Marriott Las Vegas for hosting my stay. This post is about my experience and I have provided my honest opinion.
I can hear the final boarding call as I opened my eyes and thought to myself OMG Las Vegas we meet again! I was looking forward to staying at the JW Marriott for the next three days and hanging out with my girlfriends. I had a wonderful time during my stay at the JW Marriott. This not a review of the hotel this a relaxing post about my experience.
Tuscan Women Cook provides delicious recipes inspired to bring a bit of Tuscany to any spring celebration. As the weather heats up, we think about food and travel. Tuscan Women Cook, the week-long culinary immersion vacation, loves to celebrate spring Italian style. Continue reading
From a cozy cocktail night to a great big brunch, perfect it with Patrón. Whether you’re prepping a small dinner party or catching up over brunch, you’ll want delicious cocktail recipes that won’t keep you away from your guests. Try these, and find even more on the Patrón Cocktail Lab. Continue reading
Starting June 4th Disney World guests can receive six admissions for only $74 per entry, plus tax, a total of $444, plus tax, redeemable at the resort’s four theme parks and two water parks. The Summer One World Tickets must be purchased by August 23 and used by August 28. Continue reading
Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, but is often used in food as a fruit. In the United States up until the 1940’s, it was considered a vegetable. It was reclassified as a fruit when US customs officials, baffled by the foreign food, decided it should be classified according to the way it was eaten.” Here’s Grandma’s Rhubarb Pie By Chef Jamie McFadden it’s so good. Continue reading