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Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Five Creative Soups You Will Love

Put that packet soup or the tinned stuff you think is quite good away, and substitute it for one of these creative soups. From there, it is easy to use your imagination and find something the whole family can enjoy together.

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Cooking Creatively with Vegetables

You can't blame adults who refuse to eat thier greens - after all, if someone has grown up with tasteless broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts - then come on! Many folks back in the day, used to overcook their veggies. However, by overcooking, I really mean boiling away to...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Dressings, Sauces and Relishes that Every Cook Should Know about

If you know about a few basic sauces and other accompaniments, you will find life in a kitchen a breeze. Here are a couple to get you started.

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
4 Easy, Tasty Meals for the Family to Enjoy

Not everyone likes chiles. I guess this is not your average stir fry, but it works because the heat is calmed down with the yogurt which makes a good sauce. Ingredients 1 Tbsp sesame oil 1 chile, deseeded and sliced 3 cloves garlic, chopped 4 chicken breasts, diced ½ cauliflower, broken up ½...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Five Great Meals with Fish

When I was young the thought of eating herbs did not appeal to me, too much like eating plants, but now I can't imagine cooking without them. For this dish I used a lot of dill and just stuffed it wherever I could find a place. The flavor...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Eight Desserts for any Occasion

You can use other fruit for this tasty dessert, but apple is always a winner. Ingredients 6 peeled and cored apples 4 ripe peaches 1 Tbsp brown sugar 1 tsp nutmeg 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp ginger 2 cups flour 2/3 cups softened butter 2/3 cups brown...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Traditional Food from France - Tasty Recipes

Traditional food from France is still hugely popular. If you go to restaurants a lot, you will see that there are definite trends with foods and the way that they are prepared. These days, presentation is not so much of a major factor as it was a decade...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Four Sweet Treats Made with Chocolate

For someone who is not that fond of baking, these are handy because they can be frozen. Just warm them in the microwave for 30 seconds, pour some chocolate sauce over them, add a little ice cream, and your guests will think you have been in the kitchen all...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
4 Fancy Meals to Impress Your Guests

Some people can't take fruit with meat, but I say it's the next best thing after sliced bread. It makes the dish kind of sweet, but you must pick the right fruit of course. This makes a good meal any time of the year. Ingredients pork loin (about...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
How to Make Pita, Pizza and Focaccia - Easy Peasy!

Making bread can involve a couple of rolls or a loaf of white in the oven. That is great - but it is always nice to do something special, including some fantastic fillings and toppings,which will make the world of difference.

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Recipes to Cook for the Crowds

When I was cooking for a mission organization, I can't say it was an easy task. Being able to provide for 70 people every day on a budget required some thought and planning. However, once you get the hang of it, it really becomes just like cooking for your...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Recipes with Eggs with a Little Variety

Thinking about it, it's quite amazing that so many dishes can come from just one egg, each with its own flavor. An omelette with a couple of unique fillings is so different to a greasy English breakfast served with two fried eggs. Eggs go beyond breakfast, but I will...

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
10 Simple Stenciling Ideas

Have a look at this brief tutorial below. This is the basic technique to follow for all of your stenciling projects. Obviously you will be using different mediums for things like T-shirts and floor boards, but at the end of the day, you will be sticking to the basics. ...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
How to Make and Blind Bake Pastry

What is blind baking? This may sound as if you are literally baking with your eyes closed. No, that's not what this means! This is when the pastry is baked before the filling is placed inside. Some people say the reason for doing this is so that...

Beauty
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
10 Effective Recipes for Natural Face Masks

These natural face mask recipes can help you whether you have dry skin, or whether you have an oily complexion, causing more blackheads to pop up. Nobody has the perfect skin, but there is something you can do about it.

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Health
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
The Benefits of Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults

A lot of people look at a disability like Attention Deficit Disorder as a disadvantage, but there are many advantages to this condition

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
How to Turn Your Bathroom into a Spa

There is nothing better than coming back to a relaxing spa after a hard day at the office. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could do this every day. Yes, of course it would, but then again, you have to look at the dollars and the cents because nothing...

Beauty
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Lip Treatments and Makeup that You Can Make at Home

A couple of years ago, people would have turned their noses up at the very mention of sugar scrubs and homemade lip glosses. However, times have really changed, and once you start to feel what these magic formulas do for you, minus all of the chemicals, you may start...

Beauty
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
How to Make Homemade Soap from Scratch

Soap is not exactly that expensive, but there are a couple of benefits learning to make handmade soap yourself. First of all, you will know just what goes into it. Things like soap are simply processed on a machine and sent to your local supermarket, so you can never...

Home & Garden
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
How to Add a Hint of Tuscan Decor into Your Home

This kind of interior decorating can create a homely atmosphere. Even if you decide to focus on one room, where you spend most of your time, that will also do the trick. The beauty of old world decor is that you don't have to break the bank. ...

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