Kathy Browning

Kathy Browning

Kathy Browning is a freelance writer, food blogger, and the founder of www.NSBHappenings.com; a community resource center promoting all the great things about New Smyrna Beach, FL
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  • Rustic Country Barn Wedding Decoration Ideas
    The great thing about rustic weddings is simple, affordable materials can be used to create stunning decorations and centerpieces.
  • Practical Tips for Hosting a Holiday Cookie Exchange
    'Tis the season to commence with holiday baking. Instead of doing all the work alone, consider hosting a cookie exchange. Invite a group of friends who love to bake and swap one kind of cookie for a variety of others.
  • Cooking With Onions 101
    Onions are a very versatile vegetable that can be served with vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, seafood, soups, and breads. Onions can be served raw or cooked. Some are pungent, while others are sweet.
  • The Many Uses of Homemade Fondant
    There are several varieties of homemade fondant recipes. Most are made from powdered or granulated sugar. Some include corn syrup or gelatin, while others make use of melted marshmallows or marshmallow crème.
  • Three Simple Homemade Fresh Berry Syrups
    Fresh berry syrups are the perfect accompaniment to pancakes, pastries, pound cake and sweets, but also make great additions to meats, vegetables and soups.
  • Homemade Easter egg dyes from ordinary foods
    Making homemade Easter egg dyes is a little more time-consuming than purchasing kits, but it's a great way to bring kids into the kitchen. It's also a fun way for adults to let their creativity flow.
  • Light and simple spring soups
    Spring is my favorite cooking season. The foods are much lighter, fresher, and more colorful than winter and fall cuisine. The season is still cool enough to enjoy a bowl of soup and offers many opportunities for a light and healthy meal.
  • Traditional Irish comfort foods for St. Patrick's Day dinner and dessert
    With great-grandparents that emigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, Irish food has always been a big part of my life. There's something about coddle, soda bread, and Shepard's Pie that takes me back to my Irish roots and comforts my soul.
  • Managing Carpal Tunnel Pain with the Raw Food Diet
    As one that suffers from carpal tunnel pain I've tried a lot of home remedies to avoid the surgeon's scalpel. These have ranged from wearing wrist splints to using Chinese herbs and having acupuncture treatments to eating a raw food diet.
  • The Explosion of Bacon on the Culinary Scene
    I'll admit I am a bacon freak. I love everything about it. The smell that fills the entire house while it's cooking. The crispiness of the meat. The saltiness. The only kind of bacon I don't like is soggy, cold bacon.
  • Spice Up Your Life with Homemade Herb-Infused Salts
    The possibilities for making homemade herb-infused salts are endless. There are countless types of gourmet culinary salts that range from table salt to unrefined mineral salts. Some are coarse; others are fine, while a few are offered as salt flakes.
  • Cooking with Himalayan Salt Blocks
    Cooking with Himalayan salt blocks is the latest trend on the culinary scene. These cooking slabs can be used to grill, broil, or heat foods on the stovetop, as well as serve chilled foods such as cheeses, fruits, and sushi.
  • Gingerbread Recipes for Holiday Gift-Giving
    Personally, I can't get enough of gingerbread during the holidays, so I bake a lot of treats using the dough. They make great holiday gifts and are perfect for office and home parties.
  • Top Winter Wines for Holiday Dinner Parties
    Serving winter wines at holiday dinner parties has been a family tradition through four generations. It began with my grandmother who consumed one glass of red wine with her Christmas meal.
  • Hillshire Farm Deli Lunch Meat Roast Beef Manhattan Sandwich
    Years ago, when my husband and I were still in our newlywed phase, I used to make Beef Manhattan sandwiches at least once a month. He was impressed by my cooking skills and said the name reminded him of an old Hollywood movie.
  • Go Meatless for One Day with These 3 Protein-Packed Meals
    A lot of people are choosing to go meatless at least one or two days per week. While many believe this is a new trend started by health nuts, the truth is going meatless was actually endorsed by three American Presidents during the world wars.
  • Pump up the Nutrition in Your Morning Smoothie
    Fruit smoothies are a great way to start the day. With a few extra ingredients, smoothies can be transformed into a power meal that supplies high percentages of daily required nutrients.
  • Ten Foods that Cost Under $1 Per Serving
    Nearly everyone I know is trying to reduce food bills while still serving healthy meals. There's no doubt this is getting harder to accomplish, but there are still quite a few foods that offer nutrition and great taste while costing under $1 per serving.
  • Keep fit during winter months with indoor exercises on TV
    I'll admit I'm not a big fan of exercise. I have no desire to pump iron, run a marathon, or engage in outdoor activities when it's frigid cold. However, menopause took control of my body and placed extra padding in places I'd rather not have it.
  • 5 ghoulish Halloween cocktails for adult parties
    Creating Halloween cocktails has been a hobby of mine for years. It started back in the 80s when I worked as a bartender at a punk rock bar. The owner gave away cash prizes to the bartender that created the best drink and I won three years in a row.
  • Cooking with Fall Fruits and Vegetables
    Cooking with fall fruits and vegetables is a great way to add variety to any meal. The seasonal harvest includes a bounty of crisp apples, fragrant pears, tart cranberries, root vegetables, and an endless supply of winter squash.
  • Hurricane Irene Poses Serious Threat to Volusia County, Fla., Beaches
    NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL, August 23, 2011 - Since relocating to Florida's east coast in 2006, I've yet to experience a hurricane. It looks like Hurricane Irene could change all that.
  • The History of American Classic Foods
    American classic foods are my favorite fare. For the most part, American cuisine is easier to prepare than other cultural foods and provides endless opportunities for creating unique dishes from original recipes.
  • July 4th Beach Barbeque Recipes
    In 2006, my immediate family relocated to Florida and I finally had the chance to celebrate July 4th at the beach. Since then, we've created a fun menu that is easy to prepare and transport to the beach.
  • Hosting an End-of-Summer Hawaiian Luau and Wine Pairing Party
    Hosting a summer Hawaiian luau is the perfect ending to the season. The combination of Polynesian music, fresh fruits, roast pork, and macadamia nuts paired with Hawaiian wines is certain to please guests.
  • Gourmet Camping Cuisine for Grown-Ups
    Don't get stuck in the boring camping food rut. Instead, add a little pizzazz by adding a few indulgent ingredients or try these gourmet camping cuisine recipes.
  • Best Summer Vegetables for Outdoor Grilling
    Cooking vegetables on the grill isn't difficult, but does require a bit of prep work. It's important to thoroughly clean the grill so veggies don't absorb old flavors. Grills should be preheated to medium or medium-high before grilling veggies.
  • Tasty Healthy Snacks to Boost Your Energy
    Energy-boosting healthy snacks need to be comprised of a protein and complex carbohydrate. Combined, these nutrients offer sustained energy instead of the burst provided through stimulants such as sugar and caffeine.
  • Must-Have Affordable Pool Gear for Family Summer Fun
    Having a swimming pool at home is fun, but adding a little pool gear can keep the family active throughout the summer months. The following includes my family's favorite picks. Each retailer offers additional pool toys for hours of fun in the sun.
  • 5 Watermelon Cocktails for Summertime Parties
    I was in my early 20s the first time I had a watermelon cocktail. It was love at first sip. The concoction was called Trash Can Punch and it was ever so good. It was served in a metal trash can with an array of fresh fruit chunks floating on top.
  • Pet Policy Comparison Guide for Major U.S. Air Carriers
    If you're planning to fly with your pet this summer, it can be financially advantageous to comparison shop airlines. Some airlines charge as much for Fido's one-way ticket as the cost of round trip airfare for passengers.
  • The Wonderful World of Watermelon
    'Tis the season for watermelon; the bright red, sweet, and juicy fruit of summer. While there's nothing better than slicing off a chunk and eating it straight from the rind, this fruit is incredibly versatile and even offers its own serving vessel.
  • Historic Final Launch of Endeavour Space Shuttle
    The final launch of Endeavour went off without a hitch. Hundreds of people stood together in silence and unity as all eyes focused on the bright orange glow spewing from the vessel taking the six brave astronauts into space.
  • "The Columbus Project" on Tour with the Nina and Pinta
    "The Columbus Project" is currently on tour with two of the most popular ships used by Columbus to explore the New World. The Nina and Pinta are historically accurate replicas of the explorer's ships and provide insight to life on the high seas.
  • Light and Fresh Summer Salads for the Entire Work Week
    The beautiful thing about summer salads is their versatility. They can be as simple as a lettuce wedge topped with walnuts and bleu cheese dressing to an entree of leafy greens, colorful veggies, beans, cheese, nuts and grilled meats.
  • Greek Salad-Inspired Side Dishes for Hot Summer Months
    With summer just around the corner, it's time to think about foods that can be prepared without heating up the kitchen. Summer tends to be the time for garden salads and cold side dishes that can be prepared quickly and easily transported to cookouts.
  • Mother's Day Suggestions for Those Whose Mom is Deceased
    There is no doubt holidays are not quite the same when mothers pass away. Mother's Day and mom's birthday seem to be the hardest for me. My hope is one of these suggestions for Mother's Day celebrations when your mom is deceased will help ease the pain.
  • New Smyrna Beach Florida May 2011 Events
    The month of May brings three fun events to New Smyrna Beach, Florida this year. With gas prices soaring, residents and tourists can find relief from pump-pain by enjoying local events in this friendly beach town.
  • Kenny Brown CSR-69 Mustang to Be Auctioned at Mecum Spring Classic Collector Car Auction
    The Kenny Brown CSR-69 Mustang offers a chance to own a piece of Ford Mustang automotive history, and a stunning open-track, street, show and collector car all in one! This rare, one-of-one concept car was designed and hand-built by Kenny himself.
  • 3rd Annual New Smyrna Beach Food Festival 2011
    Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual New Smyrna Beach Food Festival hosted by Rue & Ziffra, P.A. on Thursday, April 21st. Commencing at world-famous Flagler Avenue at 5 pm, guests can indulge in culinary delights provided by NSBs finest restaurants .
  • How to Get Involved During Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month
    April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month and there has never been a greater need to get involved. While impossible to determine how many animals are abused and neglected, it is estimated over 300,000 animals die from abuse each year.
  • Tips for Achieving a Balanced Diet
    Learning how to achieve a balanced diet can be challenging. But with the right tools and knowledge, it can be accomplished. Whether you're trying to lose, gain or maintain weight, combining the right foods can help achieve your goals.
  • Top 5 Foods to Improve Health and Well-Being
    We've all heard the adage of eat an apple a day to keep the doctor away, but there are plenty of foods that can improve our health and overall well-being. Eating a balanced diet is the first step toward achieving optimal health.
  • The Art of Growing Edible Weeds
    The past few years I've tried my hand at growing an edible weeds garden. The best thing about growing weeds is they require little care with zero fertilization. My favorite include: Dandelions, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Purslane, and Chickweed.
  • Women Who Ignited My Cooking Passion
    My fondest childhood memories stem from sitting at the kitchen table with my mom watching Julia Child's cooking show, The French Chef. Mom and I dreamed of traveling to France and spending our entire vacation eating chocolate eclairs and beignets.
  • Introducing the 250/250 "Dump the Fat" Weight Management Diet
    If you haven't heard of the 250/250 "Dump the Fat" Weight Management Diet, you're not alone. It is the name I gave to a personal weight loss plan inspired by diet and fitness expert, Pamela Peeke, MD.
  • New Smyrna Beach Balloon and Sky Fest 2011
    Entering into the third year, the New Smyrna Beach Balloon and Sky Fest is expected to draw a large crowd. Last year witnessed over 20,000 attendees during the 3-day event. Attendance is free and parking is a mere $5 per vehicle.
  • Won Ton Wrappers: The World's Most Versatile Food
    I recently discovered a new passion of cooking with won ton wrappers. These little squares made from flour, eggs, salt, and water can be steamed, boiled, broiled, baked, pan-fried, and deep fried into an unlimited number of culinary delights.
  • "Drive to End Hunger" Program Provides Solutions to Senior Citizens
    Jeff Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports have joined forces with AARP with the primary goal of helping hungry seniors across America. "Drive to End Hunger" is a 3-year initiative that offers viable solutions to help seniors obtain adequate nutrition.
  • Who Knew Buying a Wine Bottle Corkscrew Could Be so Challenging?
    For most people, automatic and wing wine bottle corkscrews are the best bet because they are affordable and easy-to-use. A waiter's corkscrew is a good choice for people on-the-go, while two prong extractors are better suited for wine connoisseurs.
  • Don't Miss These Daytona Beach Bike Week 2011 Events
    Daytona Beach Bike Week is the perfect venue for people-watching and offers an abundance of unique photo opportunities. Thousands of custom choppers, vintage motorcycles, tricked-out sports bikes, and beefy Harley-Davidson's cruise the streets.
  • Five Flavorful Cheeses Made from Goat Milk
    People often shy away from cheese made from goat milk for fear they won't like the flavor. Goat milk cheeses are actually one of the more mild-flavored cheeses and present with a sweet flavor and slightly salty undertones.
  • Top 5 Restaurants for Valentine's Day Dinner in New Smyrna Beach, Florida
    New Smyrna Beach offers an array of restaurants where lovers can indulge in a romantic Valentine's Day dinner. Whether you prefer a casual or intimate setting, NSB restaurants are certain to provide a memorable experience on the night of love.
  • St. Patrick's Day Adult Dinner Party Ideas
    When planning a St. Patrick's Day adult dinner party, it's best to plan everything out as far in advance as possible. Create a guest list. Send out invitations. Plan the menu. Comparison shop decorations and accessories.
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  • How to Prepare a Romantic and Healthy Dinner for Junk Food Lovers
    Have you ever wanted to prepare a romantic and healthy dinner, but your partner dislikes healthy foods? Do you live with a picky-eater? Does your spouse live for deep-fried foods? If so, I'd like to share my secret camouflage food ideas.
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  • Vintage Themed Wedding Foods and Beverages
    I've always loved vintage themed weddings, so when a friend asked me to cater her wedding I jumped at the opportunity. As a previous owner of a catering business I've had the privilege of catering numerous weddings, but never a vintage wedding.
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  • Super Bowl Sunday Football Party Playbook
    The following Super Bowl Sunday Football Party Playbook provides simple strategies for offering foods that can be refreshed each quarter. Guests will be thrilled with these winning recipes that can be made ahead of the game.
  • Top 10 Foods that Reduce Hunger Cravings and Boost Weight Loss
    In my quest to minimize inflammation and food cravings, I went on the hunt to learn more about foods that could reduce hunger pangs without adding a lot of calories. What I discovered is there are many foods that can help accomplish my goals.
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  • Verizon Wireless Customer Service Consumer Review
    I've been a Verizon Wireless subscriber for nearly 2 years. I originally intended to terminate my contract when the first 2-year plan expired. I felt their plans were much higher than competitors. But, I was sucked in by their new Data Plus plan.
  • DonQ's "Lazy Cocktails" Mojito Flavored Rum Review
    As I write this, I'm sipping a DonQ Mojito. As a freelance food writer, I am often asked to sample products and write reviews. Such is the case with DonQ. When their marketing agency offered to send a sample bottle, my immediate response was, "Yes!"
  • Romantic Valentine's Day Fondue Dinner for Two
    Preparing a romantic Valentine's Day fondue dinner allows us to keep the heat out of the kitchen and focus on heating up the romance. With a little planning, you and your significant other can enjoy a romantic dinner that is affordable and elegant.
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  • Traditional Chinese New Year Feast Recipes
    Hosting a traditional Chinese New Year feast is a great way to bestow good luck and prosperity upon family and friends. This 15-day celebration embraces a variety of traditions that focus on offering thanks and goodwill to all mankind.
  • Three Simple Homemade Stocks for Hardy Winter Soups
    If you've never made homemade stocks before you'll be amazed at how simple the process is. Not only do homemade stocks provide robust flavors for soups and stews, they are healthier than many of the pre-made stocks offered in grocery stores.
  • Super Bowl Party Menu for 10 for Under $75
    Hosting a Super Bowl party can be a lot of work that keeps you tied to the kitchen. Instead of making a variety of appetizers or complex dishes that require attention throughout the day serve foods that can be cooked ahead of time.
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  • Rolex 24 at Daytona Sports Car Racing Event 2011
    The 49th Rolex 24 at Daytona sports car racing event begins Thursday, January 27, 2011 in Daytona Beach, Florida. Fans from around the globe gather to participate in this one-of-a-kind motorsports experience.
  • Chinese New Year Traditions, Celebrations, and Good Luck Foods
    Chinese New Year is a 15-day celebration that ushers in good luck, good health, and prosperity. The Chinese people embrace ancient traditions that focus on the family and include elaborate dragon parades accompanied by dance troupes and musicians.
  • Helping Kids Develop Healthy Food Relationships
    Helping kids develop healthy food relationships is one of the biggest challenges parents face today. Everywhere you turn there are advertisements for convenience foods, grab-and-go foods, sugar-laden foods, and the ever-popular fast foods.
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  • Five Festive Alcoholic Cocktails for New Year's Eve Parties
    Many people ring in the New Year with alcoholic beverages. Clinking glasses together and toasting in good will is a long-standing tradition. The following festive alcoholic cocktails are easy-to-prepare, affordable, and certain to please your guests.
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  • Top 5 Hunger Prevention and Food Fundraising Articles of 2010
    As a hunger prevention advocate I enjoy sharing information about food fundraising events and organizations. While there are many worthy groups working endlessly to combat hunger, I would like to share the top 5 food organizations I featured this year.
  • Lucky Foods to Ring in the New Year
    Throughout history, people have consumed "lucky" foods to ring in the New Year. Common good luck foods include black eyed peas, grapes, pork, fish, and prosperity cakes. But, how did these traditions begin and do they really help attract good luck?
  • Incorporating Feng Shui Principles to Attract Prosperity and Good Health
    As we kick off the New Year, there has never been a better time to incorporate feng shui principles into your life. This ancient art has been practiced over 4000 years and can help bring good health and prosperity to your doorstep.
  • Planning to Rent a House? Make Certain It's Not in Foreclosure
    Before sharing the details of how to check public records to ensure rental homes are not in foreclosure, I'd like to share my rental home horror story. The situation led me to become an expert on scouring public records.
  • "Gifts in a Jar" Food for Holiday Gifting
    "Gifts in a Jar" foods are a fun way to give loved ones a homemade recipe from your kitchen. Nearly anything can be packaged in a jar including mixes for beverages, soups, jams and jellies, pickles, condiments, flavored oils, vinegars, and pet treats.
  • Four Ways to Use Dried Chile Peppers
    Dried chile peppers can add a new dimension to nearly any food. From meats and seafood to vegetables and chocolate, this versatile spice can turn ordinary meals into extraordinary culinary delights.
  • Three Ways to Combat Hunger in America This Holiday Season
    Millions of Americans go hungry every day. Feeding America reports, 1 in 6 Americans is struggling with hunger; many of whom are children. Nutrition is essential for overall health, behavioral and social development, and emotional well-being.
  • Holiday Food Gift Ideas for Cancer Patients
    In 2003, I spent my last Christmas with my best friend, Pam. She had been diagnosed with leukemia and was in the midst of chemotherapy treatments. Complications resulted in a long hospital stay, so our gift exchange took place in a sterile hospital room.
  • "Blue Bloods" Offers Intelligent Cop Drama on CBS
    "Blue Bloods" premiered on CBS in September 2010 as part of the new fall lineup. The show has been named one of the "5 Best New Shows" by Entertainment Weekly. "Blue Bloods" takes place in NYC and revolves around the Reagan's; a family of cops.
  • "Brothers and Sisters" Season 5 Recaps on ABC
    Season 5 of "Brothers and Sisters" has been a whirlwind of events. From Kitty's decision to disconnect Robert's life support to Kevin and Scotty's breakup, the Walker family never fails to deliver on a hint of dysfunction tossed with a lot of love.
  • "The Mentalist" Storyline and Character Profile
    CBS will air the 55th episode of "The Mentalist" on Thursday, November 18, 2010. This police procedural show follows the life of Patrick Jane; an unusual man with the canny ability to pull the truth from suspects and solve murder mysteries.
  • Top 5 Holiday Baking Websites
    The following 5 holiday baking websites can ease your baking burdens. Each offers a plethora of yummy goodies including cookies, brownies, candies, cakes, pies and breads, along with decorating tips and wrapping suggestions.
  • Pairing Chiles with Chocolate to Cure the Wintertime Blues
    The easiest way to incorporate chiles into chocolate dishes is to make chile powder. It is super easy to make freshly ground chile powder and chances are once you whip up a batch, you'll never buy this spice in a jar again.
  • "Deadliest Catch" Season 6: Recap and 5 Most Gripping Moments
    "Deadliest Catch" Season 6 was filled with 16 episodes of on-the-edge-of-your-seat drama and excitement. The new season kicked off with Captains Phil Harris, Andy Hillstrand, Sig Hansen, and Keith Colburn gathered around a burn barrel.
  • Rachael Ray's "Yum-O!" Organization: Educating and Feeding Kids
    Rachael Ray's "YUM-O!" Organization was founded by the Food Network star in 2006. Armed with a three-fold mission statement, Ray's objectives are to educate and teach kids how to cook; end childhood hunger in America; and provide educational scholarships.
  • Top 5 Holiday Gifts for Home Cooks for $25 or Less
    Buying holiday gifts for home cooks can sometimes be challenging because they already have an abundance of kitchen gadgets. However, most home cooks enjoy receiving gifts that reduce time spent in the kitchen.
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  • Winter Holiday Events 2010 in New Smyrna Beach, Florida
    This year offers several winter holiday events in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. From tree lighting ceremonies and Memorial walks to the annual Food and Wine Festival and ever-popular boat parade, this coastal town is certain to raise your holiday spirit.
  • The Best Pink Champagne Cake You'll Ever Eat
    The following pink champagne cake with hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries and homemade whipped cream was created for an entry into a food blogging contest. The theme was to develop a luxury dinner menu and this cake was the star of the show.
  • The Dynamic Cast of 'NCIS'
    "NCIS" first aired on CBS in April 2003. While the U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service is real, the storyline of "NCIS" is completely fictional; or is it? The show is focused on solving military murders, counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence.
  • 3 Ways to Break-Free from Boring Breakfast
    Health websites and publications tell us breakfast is the most important meal of the day. By breaking the fast, we are refueling our bodies and pumping the brain cells with much needed glucose.
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  • "CSI Las Vegas": Bump and Grind Recap
    "CSI Las Vegas" Bump and Grind opens with Cab Calloway's song, Everybody Eats When They Come to My House, playing in the background. A man is chopping celery and carrots, than adds Quahog clams, shredded credit card, and a human ear to a pot of soup.
  • Meal Ideas for Vegetarian and Meat-Eating Families
    Salads, soups, and pasta dishes are some of the most versatile foods that can be transformed to satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters. The possibilities are nearly endless. Most foods can be prepared ahead of time to make dinnertime less stressful.
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  • Easy and Affordable Thanksgiving Dinner for Two
    Thanksgiving dinner has always been an event I've looked forward to. Gathering around the table with family and friends to share a feast fit for a king was something I engaged in my entire life. Then life changed.
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  • Comparison of Unlimited Cell Phone Plans from Top Providers
    In my quest to find the best unlimited cell phone plans, I compared the major providers including Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and Virgin Mobile. Which one gives more bang for your buck?
  • Reasons to Join FoodBuzz.Com Online Community for Food Bloggers
    FoodBuzz.com was recently ranked as the #1 online food property; attracting more monthly visitors than famed FoodNetwork.com. This foodie website offers unique tools for promoting food bloggers, along with social networking opportunities.
  • Three Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipes
    I'd like to share three Thanksgiving stuffing recipes I have served over the years. The first is a vegetarian recipe using quinoa instead of bread. The second is traditional bread stuffing with a twist, and the third is turkey and stuffing balls.
  • Are You the Next MasterChef?
    Fox Broadcasting is on the hunt for the next MasterChef. Could it be you? Known as the American Idol for home cooks, the winner of MasterChef takes home a $250,000 grand prize and a cookbook publishing deal.
  • Florida Shar Pei Rescue Helps Wrinkle Dogs Find Fur-Ever Homes
    Florida Shar Pei Rescue is a non-profit volunteer organization that strives to keep Shar Pei's out of shelters and save them from being euthanized. FSPR relies on volunteers to foster these wrinkle dogs in their homes.
  • Dear Alcoholic Friend
    Many people have an alcoholic friend who has embarrassed them in public, hurt their feelings, or acted inappropriately. Alcoholics often make promises they cannot keep; forget to show up for important events; or arrive intoxicated.
  • Halloween Party Foods and Beverages for Adults
    The types of Halloween party foods and beverages served will depend on the theme. Frightening parties should have frightening foods such as brain molds and tapeworm sandwiches. Tombstone themed parties could include R.I.P. cakes and BBQ ribs.
  • Three Cookie Recipes to Celebrate National Cookie Month During October
    It is believed National Cookie Month began in October 1992, but little information is revealed about the origins of this celebration. It probably doesn't matter much because this holiday gives us reason to indulge in cookies.
  • Cooking with Apples 101
    'Tis the season for cooking with apples. From apple pies and apple fritters to apple butter and applesauce, this delectable fruit is an affordable option for healthy snacks, as a side dish, and sweet or tart desserts.
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