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Saturday, July 19, 2014

“Are you sure you don’t need any help?” I ask Emily, as she travels back and forth between the kitchen and the living room area, carrying food or plates or glasses. 1,018 more words

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Disappointing American Statistics

American Values came out with an AWESOME interactive infographic that you can use to stereotype states-er- learn about demographics.

I was able to quickly purpose this infographic to benefit this very blog.   200 more words

Recipe of the Week: Chicken Tikka Masala

When it comes to cooking, I love trying out new dishes. When I get a chance, I try to venture outside of my normal cooking rotational recipes. 276 more words

Dinner Parties

The Etiquette of Reciprocity

When you are given hospitality by someone, it is an etiquette rule that you must reciprocate. Now this makes a lot of people uncomfortable because maybe you don’t have as nice a house or as much money and can’t always entertain in the same style that someone has entertained out. 440 more words

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How to maintain your social life when you have young kids

Krissy from Kamloops writes: “Dear Kate, my husband and I used to go out all time time before we had kids. I love being a mom and spending time as a family, but we don’t do a lot of things for ourselves anymore and I really miss socializing and going out. 779 more words

Quick Tips: Keeping Foods Fresh

Those in Canada will be celebrating Thanksgiving this weekend, so let’s consult Rumford Chemical Works: Household Hand-Book for a couple of tips on keeping our food its freshest! 102 more words

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Who would be my Dinner Party Guests If I had a time machine…

How many times have you been asked the question, Who would you have as dinner party guests if you could invite anyone?

For me it isn’t an easy answer but I’ve tried to narrow it down to myself, my wife and six others so that the table doesn’t get too crowded!!! 167 more words

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