Monitor pet costumes. Some have parts that can be choking hazards or cause gastrointestinal upset if a pet chews on or swallows it, and masks may obstruct vision.
Archive for October, 2013
It’s mating season in Maryland. Wait, let me clarify that statement. It’s deer mating season in Maryland and the deer are love-sick and forlorn. My dad was a hunter (see picture below) and I have always enjoyed a venison meal. This recipe will teach you how to make chili, venison chili to be exact. It’s delicious!
Are you ready for another slow cooker soup recipe? This recipe derived from fresh corn I had frozen over the summer to use in the winter. My recipe for chicken corn chowder was so delicious we didn’t even mind the corn silk left behind.
Gingerbread skeletons are perfect for kids Halloween party foods. Imagine how much fun the kids would have decorating them and then biting their little heads off. To make them even more fun add a little red food coloring and make some dripping blood. Oh, how frightful! Thank you Brandy Warnick of Federalsburg, MD for another […]
Pumpkin S’mores are perfect for Kids Halloween Party Foods. So easy and inexpensive and fun to make. All the little witches, goblins, and ghosts will be screaming for s’more. Candy corny joke, huh?
This easy apple monkey bread recipe is so good warm out of the oven you’re going to need someone to pull you away from it. Or, you can eat almost the whole thing like I did. One of the best things about it is that it is just so easy. Try to eat just one, […]
Yikes! This jello brain mold is so realistic it’s scary. Great for Kids Halloween Party Foods. Kids are fascinated by it.
This is an oldie but a goodie when it comes to tailgating recipes because who doesn’t love chicken wings to munch on when they are watching football? My twisted chicken wings are even better the next day. Make them Saturday and munch all day on Sunday.