sharing my love of food

3 Ways To Re-Use Your K Cups

One of the benefits of K Cups is that you can quickly make the perfect dose of coffee without having to deal with messy coffee grounds. However, there are many uses for coffee grounds around the kitchen. For this reason, you may want to purchase a tool to open your K Cup after it cools. You can recycle the aluminum lid and then use the plastic cup and coffee grounds several ways to improve your kitchen. Read More 

How To Cut Calories When Eating Mexican Food

When you're trying to lose weight, it can feel like you're stuck cooking and eating the same things over and over again. Eating out can seem like it's automatically off limits. But it is possible to keep your calorie count low while eating out, and a Mexican restaurant is a great place to start. There are plenty of healthy, low-calorie options at a Mexican restaurant if you know what to look for. Read More 

Safe Food Storage: Walking Into A Clean, Non-Toxic Freezer

Owning and operating a restaurant is rewarding in most cases, but following basic rules and regulations are essential for the success of your business and happiness of your customers. Unfortunately, ensuring your establishment is clean at all times can be difficult. Considering 36 percent of documented foodborne illnesses stem from improper food handling in restaurants, following the basic steps to clean your kitchen is essential. If you own or are managing a kitchen, you most likely understand the importance of food storage. Read More 

Make Candy Fit For Mama: 2 Ways To Avoid Chocolate Drama

If you are looking for a way to make an incredibly delicious, customized gift for a loved one, you might be tempted to head to the store to pick up a few chocolate-making supplies. However, becoming an impromptu chocolatier might be more difficult than you think. Here are two ways to avoid chocolate drama, so that you can make candy fit for mama: 1: Temper, Temper, Temper Have you ever wondered why the gourmet chocolate you buy at the store looks glossy and smooth, while the stuff you make at home looks clumpy and cloudy? Read More 

About Me

sharing my love of food

Some of my best memories from my childhood are from the many times I spent working in the kitchen with my grandmother and my mother. I learned to love cooking at a very young age and that love has helped shape my adult life to what it is today. I love cooking, creating and eating all sorts of foods and love sharing these things with as many people as I can. This blog is filled with tips, ideas and tricks that can help you make the time you spend in your kitchen preparing meals, baked goods and treats for those that you love much more enjoyable for you and the people you are serving the food to.