Living Well

Oct
31

Best Homemade Scrambled Eggs

A recipe that you might have learned growing up is how to make scrambled eggs. It seems pretty simple —  you crack a few eggs in a bowl, whisk them with a little salt and pepper, maybe add some milk, and then cook them in a pan. While these... …more

Oct
24

Spooktacular Halloween Brownie Pops

Store-bought candy is certainly a time-saving trick, but the real treat this Halloween is a kid-friendly, homemade dessert. Set aside a pocket of time with your kids and make these gooey, chocolatey, bite-sized brownie pops, that are guaranteed to be... …more

Oct
17

Spend Less Time Cleaning

Let’s face it, the last thing anyone wants to do when they come home after a long day at work is clean the house.  But, when the time finally comes around to tackling the dreaded task, it’s helpful to have strategies in place to keep the process as... …more

Oct
10

Fire Safety: Be Proactive to Protect Your Family

Consider this scenario: It’s three o’clock in the morning and you and your family are fast asleep when you are awakened by the loud wails of an alarm and the intense smell of smoke. What do you do? Are you and your family prepared? Fires can happen... …more

Oct
03

How to Properly Dice an Onion

The chili recipe calls for diced onion and your chopping skills just aren’t up to par. Don’t panic, there is a simple solution to your dicing woes and, quite frankly, you are not alone.  A lot of individuals dislike chopping onions, which is... …more

Oct
01

Coriander: More than Meets the Tastebuds

By Maddy Davis, R.D.  Whether you love it or hate it, many people have strong opinions about cilantro. But there’s much more to the herb than meets the eye, or the tastebuds. Coriander—a spice popular in Indian, Asian, and Middle Eastern cuisine—is... …more