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Baked Corn Pudding

Baked Corn Pudding

Ingredients:  8oz box corn muffin mix 1 can whole kernel corn, drained 1 can creamed corn 8oz sour cream 1 stick butter, melted and cooled 2 eggs, slightly beaten Combine all ingredients.  Pour into two 8×8 or one 9×13 freezer safe pan.  Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.  Freeze. TO SERVE: From frozen, bake at(…)

Cook Your Turkey on Thursday, But Prep Your Kids in Advance

Cook Your Turkey on Thursday, But Prep Your Kids in Advance

Guest blog post by Beth Brainard, Soup Should be Seen not Heard If you’ve waited until your son sits down at Aunt Mona’s Thanksgiving table to remind him about table manners you are both sunk. Hissing directions in his ear will be ignored, as will a vice- grip on his knee.  A quick stab with(…)

Natural Bliss – Not Just for Coffee

Natural Bliss – Not Just for Coffee

This past summer, we had the opportunity to try Nescafe Memento and Coffee-mate Natural Bliss at Blogher ’12.  Here’s my confession, I do not like coffee.  I am not a fan of the smell nor the taste.  However, I buy it alot – for friends and family and co-workers!  When Nestle reached out to us(…)

Dining Out or Eating at Home: Which One Suits You?

Guest blog post by Archie de Lara, The Food Techie The family is the community’s basic unit. Hence, in order to become successful in every facet of our life, our family deserves to be treated with the highest priority. And so, despite our hectic schedules, we must always set aside some time to spend with(…)

WarmZe – Designed for Babies on the Go

WarmZe – Designed for Babies on the Go

Guest blog post by Beth, Product Review Specialist Today’s testing product…Warm Ze, a great idea on how to heat bottles on the go.  The kit comes with 2 warming compresses (think sports disposable ice pack thing that is activated by air and lasts 12 hours) and a cute zebra cover that protects the bottle and(…)

Winey Wednesday:  Killka Malbec

Winey Wednesday: Killka Malbec

I fancied myself a wine drinker back in the days of white zinfandel, but now I fancy myself a somewhat experienced (educated, perhaps?) wine drinker who has branched out beyond the grapes of blush. Not educated because I have done any official wine studies, but because my husband’s career requires him to travel internationally. What(…)