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Spider Spaghetti

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This is a fun dish every child will love. Spaghetti spiders are very easy to make, and it will be fun to spend time in the kitchen with your little ones. I wish I knew about these when my own children were young. Oh well, I will have another chance with my grand-children one day. I will be ready :)

I made these for my grown son, and I could tell that he was impressed with the new way to eat spaghetti. His comment was – ‘very convenient’. :) » Read more

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Paw Paw Fruit.

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Have you ever heard of Paw paw fruit? It’s also called poor man’s banana. I learned about it and tasted it for me first time yesterday on our walk through the Riverbend Park (Great Falls, Virginia).

As we enjoyed our walk, breathtaking views, and fresh air, my friend mentioned a new fruit she and her husband tasted recently. » Read more

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How I keep Cilantro fresh.

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If you are like me and like cilantro a lot, then you know that it is not easy to keep it fresh for a few weeks, right? I used to wash, dry, chop it, and put half of it in a freezer, and half in a fridge mixed with a little salt, pepper and oil (to add it to salads, soups, etc.)

Now I found a better way to keep my cilantro fresh » Read more

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Hand care at the kitchen sink.

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I must confess, I love doing the dishes. You take a pile of dirty plates, and transform it into a  sparkly cleanliness. The only thing I don’t like about the process is how my hands pay the price. I am a kind of a neat freak, so I like to wash as I go (and I spend quite an amount of time in the kitchen, as you might realize), so my hands were always in the water, and that takes toll on the skin of my hands. » Read more

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