Christmas traditions evoke memories you end up infusing into your own family. The tastes and smells… the tree and decorations… and the small things we make happen year after year all blend together to create the magic of our family traditions. It is all about preserving a “sameness” – a thread of belonging and familiarity that anchors who you are.
This is an article by Casey Slide, a new stay at home mom and contributor for the Money Crashers personal finance blog. My husband and I have a 9 month old baby who is quite a picky eater. When I…
Don’t be tempted to use one of the endless “fancy” recipes that flood the magazine racks this holiday season! In the past I confess I have succumbed to the temptation after drooling over a vivid photo of “7 Layer Luscious…
About two years ago, I was getting ready to get married to my best friend. I was nervous, excited, and scared to death of the word domestic. I had no idea how I was suddenly overnight going to become a wife.
Even with E-Mealz’s help we know that the general clutter and chaos that envelops our kitchens, the very heart of our homes can sometimes get out of control. In order to help you get your kitchen sparkling clean and maintain it through the holidays you may want to use this kitchen cleaning checklist.
On October First my kids and I started our new Food Challenge. Here we are nearing the end of the first month of our challenge and, for the most part, we have done a bang-up job with the program.
In the spirit of “shop your pantry, stockpile and garden first” we have been anxious to introduce you to Kim’s garden… where many of her original vegetarian recipes originate. Kim is the lead menu creator for the E-Mealz Vegetarian Plan.
….my chest would tighten the moment the automatic doors slid open as I stepped one foot into a grocery store. The average supermarket has over 30,000 items to choose from!
Fall is falling at E-Mealz! Sunflowers bloom in the pumpkin patch (images by Elise Page Serota) and leaves are turning!
I learned the way food looked when it was done, smelled when it was time to come out of the oven, and celebrated this new-found appreciation for my kitchen.