Hand-crocheted hamburger dress! Okay, not something I’d wear but pretty darn creative. Fiber artist Joy Kampia created this.
Spice Cubed packages their spices in reuseable, stackable tins. They even come with magnetic strips that you can attached to the back of the tins and stick them on your refrigerator — or you could purchase a magnet bar to install on your kitchen wall for the best decoration idea ever. Each spice is $3.95 or $5.95 for organic.
If the sweets are too tempting this holiday season, how about indulge in some dessert jewelry!? See them all at Discovery Health.
How. Cute. See her handmade jewelry at EricaSchmerica Etsy store. $12.95 each.
Beautiful handmade bowl made by stitching on soluable fabric that dissolves, leaving only the stiching. $60 on Etsy.
I just hosted the The Pampered Chef’s first-ever live cooking show yesterday – click on video below to watch the show.
The recipe for the Pumpkin Whoopie Pies is below – but I’m warning you – they are incredibly addictive. That creamy center has marshmallow creme! Also, all of the products featured in the show will . . .
I’m hosting a live Pampered Chef cooking show on Thursday, November 11th 8:30am PT/10:30am CT11:30am ET! I’m heading to Chicago, to Pampered Chef‘s kitchens to record a live show talking about holiday meals. UPDATE: Video is up on Ustream for you to watch! Also, I’m giving away every Pampered Chef item that we are featuring on the show – head …
While most of the country is already turned on their heaters and brought out their winter jackets, we’ve been suffering from the unbearable heat with 10,254% humidity until just a few days ago. I envy those of you in cooler states, you get to snuggle under a fuzzy blanket and drink hot chocolate with the mug cradled in your palms …
Oh hello, lover! “Have you ever heard of Gingerbread Butter? This creamy spreadable delicacy is made up in small batches from premium all-natural ingredients like caramelized milk, sugar and butter, and spiced with fragrant Thai ginger. Like regular butter you can spread it on bread, toast, scones, pancakes, waffles, or even spoon it warm over ice cream.” – from Greenhead
Recipe for Easy Shrimp Curry (Masala Jhinga) from Entice with Spice Cookbook on New Asian Cuisine
Recipe for Bobby Flay’s Spaghetti and Meatballs on my column at TLC.
I always say that the best way to learn is to do it while vacationing with friends…preferably with a pina colada in hand, lounging on a hammock and lazily gazing at the crashing ocean waves. If only college was like this. Well, if you’re a food blogger, come join our 3rd annual Food Blogger Camp! This year, instead of the …