Remember that amazing camping trip you took with your significant other, the one where you couldn't get enough of each other and stole kisses by the campfire? Remind him of your trip and recreate that feeling at home with this easy recipe. Ingredients: 1 box of brownie mix (plus the egg, vegetable oil called for on box) 2-3 cups of mini marshmallows 8 graham crackers 2 cups of Nestle Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
Are you a busy mom who is constantly trying to feed herself, her kids and her husband — all while making healthy choices? And then your kids' friends come over and you find yourself having even more mouths to feed? There are few things more frustrating than finding yourself strapped for time at the end of a long day, with no idea of what to make.
There's no doubt that dating someone with a diet different than your own can be a challenge. The real question is: are different eating habits a dealbreaker for you? Sound in!
Hi, I'm Sam, and I have both undercooked and overcooked many a dish. I've burned so many pizzas that my oven has reeked of seared cheese for months. The only thing I have ever been good at making was cocktails, toast and salad. But as more and more of my friends started holding delicious dinners and talking about the great meals they made with their boyfriends, I realized this was not acceptable.
Note: this recipe was submitted to be the Next "Engagement Chicken." Find out how you can enter the contest. There's nothing like a lazy Sunday morning with your special someone—and these comforting chocolate chip pancakes. Make this recipe for your someone special to show them how much you love them and hope they'll have a wonderful day.
Sisters Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne opened their first cupcake bakery 'Georgetown Cupcakes' in Washington D.C. on Valentine's Day of 2008. Now, the sisters run one of the most famous bakeries with four locations and a star in TLC's hit show DC Cupcakes. So we've got the details on how it all started, how they balance their busy lives and what their favorite snacks are . . . next to cupcakes, of course.
When my French fiancé and I got engaged, we knew that with enough wine and a convivial meal, our two families would communicate without words, and we were never wrong about that. After all, the French are known for food and celebrating the art of entertaining and dining. However, while our families' cultural differences disappeared at the dinner table, ours, as a couple, required a bit more work.
When I first find myself in the throes of a break-up, my body shuts down. Even the thought of food, at first, is difficult. My stomach is just as twisted as my heart, I find myself in my bed for too long, and honestly, when I do force myself to eat, I can't even keep it down. But once the first wave of despair lifts, and I'm able to think about food again, I indulge in my favorite, often made-up concoctions.
There's something about alcohol that makes us want to have sex. Don't lie. You know it's true. But why stick to boring old shots or beer when trying to "get it in," so to speak? You're a mature adult, after all. So put on your sexy silk stockings tonight and make your date a vodka cocktail.
Personal styles can really have a big impact on a relationship, particularly when it comes to food and eating, and especially if, as a couple, your eating styles are so different, it sometimes feels like your partner is more into food than he is into you!