This Valentine’s Day, what if you and your loved one cozy up at home and both get in the kitchen? This menu* is easy to follow and will be fun to work together as two chefs, and you will build up that appetite no doubt! Maybe even surprise each other with a special bottle of wine rather than a gift… celebrate your love!
It’s that time of year when our team at grandparentslink.com comes together to share the most memorable, fun and exciting holiday dates you can’t (or shouldn’t) miss celebrating! Here we have compiled a wonderful list for you to consider…
This holiday season get into the spirit mode that’ll satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth and spread wintry cheer. Give your friends a basket of homemade cookies, and of course, save some for your immediate family. There’s nothing better than special sweet treats. Check out these delicious cookie recipes!* Oh, and by the way – we tested them.
A simple guide to ingredient substitutions – just in time as we are all spending extra time in the kitchen!
Ok, so it’s holiday time and we know what that means: most likely, lots of cooking and baking. For us it is! Have you ever had the urge to make something in the kitchen and when you look for all the ingredients that are called for in the recipe, you find that you don’t have them. Bummer, right?
Embrace the idea of holiday chaos with the family! This is what makes times memorable and shareable, and will forever be a highlight. Don’t focus so much on the holiday muss and fuss; instead, enjoy it. Create a tradition if you don’t already have one… for instance in our home, we have a large basket. Everyone is given a little piece of paper and they write down what they are grateful for or what adventure or experience has happened, and what they look forward to in the coming year.
Well, it’s finally here. October has rolled around and we know that means it’s Halloween time. This year things are different not only for the kids, but also for adults alike who love celebrating with their friends. Regardless, this may mean a dinner with your family (if that’s even available); and if not — make a fun time for you and your spouse. With this COVID crisis, we all have had to change so many things up, but that’s not to say we can’t have fun — a little imagination, a little creativity and who knows what will come.