Even though I’m a terrible at meal planning, I’ve learned–and successfully applied–a few good habits in all my ill-fated attempts.
Author Archive | Shari
Have you ever, as the saying goes, woke up on the wrong side of the bed? You feel grumpy or irritated but nothing in particular caused your bad mood.
Behind the Post Bulletin there is an extremely large construction project going on and the whole site is visible from the skyway and parking ramps.
This recipe for Stove-top Macaroni and Cheese is sure to make your toddler happy. I know mine gets pretty excited when he sees it on his dinner plate.
I never thought motherhood was about competition or having to learn to fit in–in my mind that all ended in middle-school.
He was demanding, irritable, inflexible, very emotional and overall extremely difficult. Apparently, he’s just a normal two year old!
This past November my little family embarked on a big adventure half way across the world. And like most big adventures, the planning and logistics of travel with a toddler was making my husband and I feel incredibly anxious. Heck, even travel without a toddler makes me feel a bit nervous!
I love this lemon tart recipe. There’s really no messing it up. Honestly. It’s as easy as making lemon bars from a boxed mix–and tastes better too!
I was born and raised in Minnesota, the land of 10,000 hotdishes, Here is one of our favorites, well-known to any Minnesotan: The Tator Tot Hotdish.
I first learned to make Indian-style tea from my Baba many years ago. Here is my favorite way to make a cup of authentic Indian chai at home.