How Baking Can Improve Your Mood

August 30th, 2011 by admin

What is the one thing you remember most about your grandma’s house? For most of us the answer would be the smell. It always smelled so yummy at grandma’s house. She was always baking something. Cookies, brownies, cake, it doesn’t matter what it was, there was always a yummy concoction baking at Grandma’s house. Why did she always bake? She knew that whenever she baked something it made her family happy.

One of the top tips when selling a house is to have cookies baking. The smell of baking makes people feel comfortable. It makes you feel safe, Read the rest of this entry »

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Are Cookie Appropriate At A Wake?

August 27th, 2011 by admin

When attending the wake of friends or family the main concern is that the closest family members keep up their strength. Typically, there are many different casseroles and main dishes that are brought to wake for the family members. While these dishes are great, sometimes the family can end up with too many main dishes and not enough bevergaes or deserts.

A welcomr change for the mourners could be cold cuts or deli trays. These would include a variety of meats, cheeses, and condiments. Everyone always enjoys cookies as well. A tastefully arranged cookie tray will offer a welcome Read the rest of this entry »

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Our Favorite Green-Living Shows on TV

August 15th, 2011 by

We think it’s great you’re interested in solar energy and odds are you’re probably all about being eco-friendly in other parts of your life, are we right? Here are a few of our favorite shows that feature sustainable lifestyles as well as entertainment value
Roseanne’s Nuts: Roseanne Barr is back and she inexplicably now owns a macadamia nut farm in rural Hawaii. She’s all about alternative energy and her farm’s pretty organic in its own rights so tune in for some tips. But Roseanne, please take a shower. Read the rest of this entry »

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