Just a quick note
this week...so much to do! Thankfully there are a
lot more hours of
heard of this famous--and popular--magazine, but
I just had to
give it a shout-out in Don't Die t Digest. My mom
passes her issues on to me (thanks, Mom!).
The magazine is
called "Taste of Home", and boy, it's come a long
way in recent
years. It looks great; there are pictures of nearly
every recipe (and
they make your mouth water).
Even better, the
recipes are probably the most "real" I've ever come
The magazine has food editors from all over Canada and
States, with various backgrounds and cooking experience.
Some are older,
some younger. Some work full-time, some are
Some are of the male persuasion! Some cook for
cook for two, and some are single and lovin' it.
The benefit for
YOU is recipes that are usually easy-to-follow,
inexpensive and down-home healthy (most of them...there
are always a few
I use some of the
recipes--or adapt them--and find they fit very naturally
into my Real
People Don't Die t lifestyle. A year's subscription is less
than $20, but
you'll easily recoup
that by eating in more often with the
featured in TOH.
You can subscribe
The magazine has a great website, too:
The recipes I'm
trying this month? For a treat, I can't wait to try
Pie. For dinner, I want to check out the Bruschetta Pizza.
Enjoy, and as
always, let me know what you think!
Watch out for
those "refreshing" summer drinks that are loaded with
smoothies and juices. Remember that sugar
not be optimal for your overall health, either.
like good old-fashioned ice water to quench your
thirst and keep
you sli m and tri m. Add a squeeze and a slice of fresh
lemon, lime or
orange if you want some fruity flavor. Freeze berries
and add to your
glass as ice "cubes".
The Fourth of
July (and my oldest daughter's 11th birthday) is just two
weeks away, so
get grillin' and chillin'!