We are all living today through what history will undoubtedly look upon as nothing less than a watershed event. Yes, the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic is exacting a terrible toll both around the world and right here at home in the United States. Sadly, the projections only get worse each and every day on how many will be infected and how many will die from this disease outbreak. In 2020, we have all been sadly reminded that, as the great musical philosopher Jesus Jones sang about the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism, that yes, “the world could change at the blink of an eye…”
Something happens. An accident. A sudden onset of seemingly serious symptoms. Whether that something happens to you, to one of your children, to an elderly parent, or even to a coworker or customer where you work, you need to make an important medical decision either with them - or in many cases, for them. You are the first line of triage, and you have to decide what the first response should be to their medical condition. Should you call 911? Should you take them to the Emergency Room, or to an urgent care clinic? The decision you make could have wide-ranging - and long-standing - impact on their physical and their financial health.
During the cold winter months, a hearty, home-cooked meal is just the thing you need to warm up. After a long day, it can be tough to find time or energy to get dinner on the table – so take advantage of your slow cooker and let it do all of the work for you. A few minutes of morning prep time are all you need for a rich, satisfying dinner that’s ready to serve the moment you walk through the door.
Now more than ever, food choices matter. People want healthy, environmentally friendly foods without sacrificing flavor. Substituting the traditional protein in your favorite dishes with seafood is one deliciously smart way to satisfy these demands.
You and your family might love Mac & Cheese. It might be a staple of your family menu - your “go to” food when you want to make sure the kids eat something! But, are you and your kids getting bored with “the same old thing,” even if it is “Liquid Gold?”
When Cpl. Matt Foster left Afghanistan after his tour of duty in 2013, he didn’t know whether he would ever see his K-9 partner again.