I have a turkey neck. It’s genetic. Even when I was a thin teenager I had that chin sag. Now that I’ve gained a bit of weight (oops, pregnancies and depression sure don’t help with that.) it’s gotten to the point that it’s gross.
These are simple and they’ll help you eliminate the problem while strengthening your jaw, neck, and chin muscles. You can perform the following exercises every day, at any time you find convenient. Make sure to relax your chin and mouth muscles before and after every exercise. You can do that by opening and closing your mouth gently, which will loosen the jaw.
I am a sucker for creamy Yukon Gold potatoes, something about the texture and taste of the cream and butter and starch is just a mouth happy for me. This casserole is simple to put together and is great for a weeknight dinner or an office potluck. (more…)
I love salad. It’s an easy way to add vegetables to my day and has a satisfying crunch. While this one might not be the healthiest salad ever, it’s still delicious and better than some alternatives. (more…)
Sigh; the bane of every SAHM’s day would be the shows their kids get attached to. Most of Jam’s don’t bother me, but Cailou is a love/hate thing. I feel that he has taught a lot of good things (beig kind to others, sharing, kindess to animals, being the big brother, etc) but sometimes the twinge of Cailou’s voice is just not bearable…
Today he was watching on PBS, and they made Pizza’s with the twins, which inspired tonight’s dinner:
Jam turns 5 today; OMG, how did that flipping happen?!? He is growing into such an amazing man, and I am so blessed to be able to watch him grow and change every day. 😥
Since we are about to move (YAY! FINALLY!!) We decided to skip the party this year (being 9 months preggo helps with that too, lol) and go camping! He’s never really been before so we are all super excited for it. Of course, since he’s the special guest, he gets to choose the meal on his actual day, and being a 5 year old boy, he wants cake and pizza, lol.
I found a recipe on Pinterest this afternoon for crockpot soup (I LOVE Crockpots, best invention ever!) But as I went to make it, I found that I would have to tweak it slightly, which I tend to do anyways, as that is why I cook in the first place, to make stuff the way *I* like it. So I’ve included both the original recipe, and my own version, you’ll have to wait and see how it turns out, as I just threw it together and have to wait for it to cook.
Well East coast foods are hip I really dig those styles they eat And the Southern foods with the way they talk They knock me out when I’m down there The Mid-West farmer’s dinners really make you feel alright And the Northern foods with the way they kick They keep their boyfriends warm at night I wish they all could be California I wish they all could be California I wish they all could be California FOODS
You’re sick with the flu and need something to warm you up, this Magic Healing Soup is the solution. It’s a cross between a vegetable soup and cabbage soup that is light yet revitalizing and scrumptious. It’s a mending formula that is stuffed with super-food-fixings that offer you extra nutrition to speed recovery. The taste is so tantalizing you’ll want multiple helpings, and you won’t need to feel regretful about it! Even better, the most troublesome part of this recipe is preparing the vegetables. From that point, it’s simply dump and stew.
Ry doesn’t really care for Cranberry sauce, and I can’t tolerate the stuff in the can, so when this recipe turned up, it was definitely worth a try. It’s easier than opening a can. Well; if you’re me and the can opener is a long time evil nemesis…
No holiday or potluck is complete without devilled eggs. They just are so easy to eat and absolutely delicious. Every single deviled egg I have eaten has been slightly different, and I think that is one of my favorite things about them. They range from the plain mayo&mustard to pesto to bacon to avocado to curried. This is the recipe I (mostly) follow when I make ours. (more…)
Broccoli’s ready to please. Steam or stir-fry it, roast or boil it, bake it in casseroles, or just eat it raw — broccoli rewards you, no matter the method. In a one-cup serving, this nutritional powerhouse boasts 200 percent of your recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C, a good dose of Vitamin A, riboflavin, calcium, and fiber — and contains just 40 calories. It has even been proven to help protect against cataracts, stroke, and many kinds of cancer.