This tale starts with a word of caution, when your good friend who will likely be skipping through fields of self-cultivated weed well into his late years gives you a plant, expect it to grow.
Today we are going to tackle a tricky question of snacks for weak wine. Whether you are having a hen party, stag party, or you are a birthday girl or boy, you need a lot of beverages and, of course, snacks to go well with them with no messy clean up to worry about afterwards. Also, they are meant to need no fancy ingredients. So, our top priority is something store-bought or easily whipped up. Pairing food with drinks can be a lot of fun for your party and there are a lot of amazing snacks to serve with wine. First off, your snack should only be about 100-200 calories. Snacks aren’t meant to satisfy every wave of crave, or keep your company while lonely, or make you feel better about your most recent break-up. They are to keep your metabolism running, and hold you over until your next meal. Store-bought variants to gulp down are great in number: buffalo wings, chips, pizza, but all of them can tell sadly on your health. As we poison our body with wine, our snacks are expected to provide some health benefits! And here come chicken-based meals! A must have for people keeping fit or losing weight! So perfect texture, rich flavor, low calories and, not the least, a real bargain in a shop! It's absolutely everyone’s all time favorite, matches almost any beverage, and is quick to cook! Among my personal choices, I can advise stuffed chicken breast, grilled chicken breast recipes, and pan fried chicken breast. They are most likely to fight off your hunger without giving a feeling of overeating and at the same time enrich the flavor of the wine. And these are the easy skills to master! Weak wine is a natural match for chicken snacks, playing against the salty heat of the breast and the crunch of the skin!
We all have those thoughts that make us feel a little bit guilty. Starting to realise you don't like your children as people? Confused as to why you daydream about tax evasion and why it turns you on? Contemplating arson as a hobby? I mean, who doesn't!
This is one of those staple recipes that you can do a lot with. I stumbled onto this when running into a block as to what to make for dinner and had an abundance of various basic ingredients and no where, so to speak, to go with them. It is one of those dishes that is great by itself or can be modified to your liking, a basis for a bigger meal or just a comfort meal like soup and very filling. After you make this there's no going back to the helper meals.
Spending money on fancy coffee is as American as apple pie. More than one-third of Americans spend more money on their coffee fix than on investing money into the stock market. Even if you don’t care about stocks, that’s still an indication that we’re spending an awful lot of cash getting caffeinated.
In an effort to be more conscious of my usage and waste production, I have sought different ways I can reuse every day expendables. Of course, recycling and composting has become a primary part of my everyday practice, but there was one thing that was bothering me: What to do with my used tea leaves? I felt as if there was something more that could be done, when all the delicious and nutritious leaf juices have been extracted from the leaves. So I took to the internet, as one does in today’s day in age and looked for some ways that I could make the most out of my tea leaves!
The supermarkets in which we buy ingredients, probably offer plenty of food. People today are living a fast life in which they sometimes have zero time to make their favorite meals at home. They will, therefore, take whatever supermarkets, fast foods, or other food shops give and save time for some other activities. Accordingly, becoming dependent on shopping, they don't even know how to make simple foodstuffs that they use every day.
Apartment living can get expensive, especially when you've got a big grocery bill and you barely eat the amount of food you buy! Some people solve this by grocery splitting with neighbors (I.E. your neighbors buy the potatoes and you take half while you buy the lettuce and they take half) or donating extra food to local firefighters or shelters. While those are great ways to cut that bill, there's an easier way to save money on food, know where your food comes from, and start an interesting new hobby!
This past Sunday (December 16) was the 15th birthday of one of my daughters. She still likes to have themed parties, and this year she chose to have a fantasy theme. Now, I prefer to make their cakes myself as it adds a little extra love to their special day. So this year, going along with the fantasy theme, I decided to make her a castle cake... or attempt to anyway. But I didn't want it to be just a single flavor cake. I wanted to mix it up. To say my husband has banned me from watching anymore baking shows is an understatement LOL... anyway, here is how her cake was made...
Buffalo chicken dip!! My youth group leader was the first person to ever introduce this dip to me. She always brought it to game nights or to youth group, and always had it made up when we had special movie and game nights at her house. I love hot things. That is something I definitely get from my dad, and if you read my story "Perfect Dough Every Time," you know that I love chicken. I also have a thing for that cheesy goodness, so this dip is literally everything I've ever loved, all mixed together.