Interview with Chef Lala – Milk Life Lo Que Nos Hace Fuertes

I recently had the pleasure of sending interview questions to Chef Lala. Chef Lala  – a cookbook author, food stylist, food consultant, certified nutritionist, and motivational speaker – is sharing The Milk Life Lo Que Nos Hace Fuertes campaign. This … Continue reading

Orlando Moms Blog Favorite Things 2017

  Last week, I along with a few other moms,  were incredibly spoiled at the Orlando Moms Blog Favorite Things 2017 event.  Held at the Orlando Science Center, not only was it a night of food, drinks and bonding, it was … Continue reading

Celebrating with Mariachi Cobre

Better late than never! Here is the recap of Mariachi Cobre’s holiday party to celebrate the incoming New Year. Just like last year it was full of music, food and laughs. A few of the members were missing but as … Continue reading

Trolls Snack Mix

  My Daughter has been so obsessed with Trolls. If we aren’t listening to the soundtrack, we’re coloring in her Trolls coloring books, painting with her Trolls paint, riding in her Trolls Poppy car…. Even her food has to be … Continue reading

Delicious Holiday Cocktails

If you haven’t hosted your Holiday Party yet and are looking for drinks in addition to the typical beer and wine options, here are some great delicious cocktail recipes. Not only will they taste great, they’re really pretty and sure … Continue reading

Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas

I’m always looking for ways to personalize gifts, right down to the wrapping. Here are some creative gift wrapping ideas you’re sure to love. Using Yarn  – The Shady Acre Santa Suit – eHow DIY Christmas Light Wrapping Paper – Boxwood … Continue reading

Homemade Dinner Rolls

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so here is one of my favorite recipes for dinner rolls. I came across this recipe from Alex Guarnaschelli 6 years ago in Food Network Magazine . I loved that it gave a step by step … Continue reading

Celebrating Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead

  Growing up in El Paso, Texas,  I was surrounded by rich Mexican culture. One of the celebrations that was prevalent in my childhood was Dia de Los Muertos. It wasn’t just a holiday celebrated by my grandparents, it was … Continue reading