A Kentucky Derby Party isn’t complete without a full menu of all the best recipes. From appetizers, drinks and desserts, these Kentucky Derby Party Food Recipes will make your gathering a success!
Good manners are so important to learn early on in life. Here’s a few examples of manners kids should use and how to teach them.
Basic Chicken Stock recipe is great for drinking or cooking. Here I answer many questions about chicken broth, chicken stock and their benefits.
Family Road Trip Tips to get your through your next road trip! How to plan the ultimate family road trip with kids. Pack a snack bag, play car games…
Instant Pot Recipes are all the rage right now. What do you cook in your multi-cooker? I rounded up my favorite recipes from around the web…
Self Care for Moms is so important. Taking time out of our busy day can seem daunting, but a few minutes can go a long way.
Galentine’s Day is the best day for celebrating the most influential women in your life. Kentucky bloggers in Lexington gathered for a Galentine’s photo shoot.
The best guide to cooking bacon in the oven. These two methods will give you crispy or chewy bacon. Cooking bacon for a crowd on a sheet pan or rack.
If you are traveling to Louisville for the Kentucky Derby, here is the warmest virtual welcome! Here are a few tips to make this the best Kentucky Derby yet!
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays, and here are some ideas for creative out-of-the-box Valentines.
Frozen Peppermint Mocha recipe is a refreshing dessert or coffee beverage for any time. If you aren’t a fan of peppermint, just omit!
Make Valentine’s Day special as a blended family with stepkids. Cook a nice dinner, make cupcakes, breakfast for dinner and make Valentine’s Day Cards.
Comparing yourself to other moms is damaging. We all struggle with the comparison game. Let’s make it a point to stop comparing ourselves to others.
There’s nothing more delicious or more traditional than a Sunday dinner of juicy Roast Chicken with lemon, sage and thyme. This recipe is easy to pair with any vegetable, rice or side dish.
Cast iron can be used for camp fires, in the oven and on the stove. No matter where you use your cast iron, make sure you are taking the right steps to preserve these valuable kitchen tool.
Lasagna soup is perfect for picky eaters. Just call it hamburger soup. Packed with veggies, it’s a healthy and hearty soup for the stovetop or crockpot.
The Hilton Garden Inn has upted the ante with a new menu of elevated food and beverage offerings. Upscale but still kid-friendly.
Marie Kondo and tidying up are all the rage when it’s time to get organized. Put these tips into practice with small steps.
Here are tips to survive homework with your child. Help kids with homework without the tears and attitude. Here are some homework help tips…
Declutter your home with easy to follow steps. Here are some steps and questions to ask while organizing your home. Staying organized helps with stress and mood.
Make your out of town guests feel at home with small luxuries like fresh towels, snacks and other accommodations. Be the best hostess with these tips…
Freshen up the routine with these holiday side dishes. I gathered a few scrumptious recipes from some of my favorite bloggers.
Staying organized during the holidays can be a chore. Keep the Christmas Spirit in check with great tips for staying organized at Christmas.
It’s cheesy, meaty and a hearty start to the day. Layered with bread, eggs, cheese, sausage and more cheesy, there won’t be a single hungry tummy.
A White Christmas Cocktail is the perfect beverage to serve as you are hosting for the holidays or going to a potluck. Hold the rum and make it a mocktail!
Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookies are a classic cookie recipe. It’s easy to omit the pumpkin for good old fashioned Snickerdoodles.
Celebrating the Holidays with a Blended Family can be difficult to coordinate and many times, feelings get hurt. Here are some tips to get you though…
Make Christmas special on a budget this year with Christmas crafts, cookies and other fun activities with your children.
This chic little spot serves up a variety of appetizers, small plates, pizzas, handmade pastas and desserts; snappy cocktails and an excellent wine selection are also available.
These Greek Meatballs made with Lamb or Beef are a great weeknight meal in under 30 minutes!
Is it your first time to host a large holiday gathering? I’ve got you covered for a no-fail, stress free holiday gathering.
What to do with Thanksgiving leftovers? Use these recipes to make leftover Thanksgiving meals your guests will be raving about all over again.
A Thanksgiving Turkey Cheese Ball is a great appetizer for your next Friendsgiving. It’s a great way to involve kids in the kitchen or just get creative!
There are few things more southern than a crispy-edged skillet of cornbread. Growing up in the South, cornbread was always made in a cast-iron skillet, generally one passed down through generations.
This classic Cornbread Dressing is a staple at our holiday table. Made with an old-fashioned cornbread recipe, herbs, celery and onion, this recipe will feed a crowd.
This Kentucky Bourbon Cranberry Sauce Recipe freshens the traditional recipe rotation and will be loved by all who cherish old-fashioned cranberry sauce.
This spaghetti sauce recipe can be made on the stovetop or the crockpot. Let it simmer until the whole house is fragrant with these delicious flavors.
If you thought your life was going to be the next Hallmark Series, think again. Becoming a blended family poses tremendous challenges but tremendous rewards as well. If you are struggling in your new role, you may find this article a comfort.
If you aren’t serving up the best gameday menu or tailgate recipes from this list, you should be. Try Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Chilli, Burgers and Smoked Salmon Dip on your gameday menu.
Make easy Rainbow Neon slime with the best basic slime recipe ever! This easy-to-follow recipe is perfect for creative little ones and will keep them occupied for hours. Add glitter, sparkles and even small toys!
Stepping into this role, it’s important to understand how to diffuse tense situations. Avoiding conflict doesn’t mean admitting wrong. It means you are above the petty arguments that can occur when you are dealing with a high-conflict individual.
Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. It’s all about layers, scarves, cozy smells, football… and ALL the Pumpkin Spice! Since I was on the hunt for new ways to usher in the autumn season, I rounded up some great Pumpkin Spice goodies just for you! From bath bombs, dog treats and PSL tees, here are some of my favorite pumpkin-themed items.
Learn how to make Halloween Slime without borax with this easy recipe. Using contact solution and a few ingredients from your home, create awesome slime. Change the colors and add your own creativity for custom slime!
Butchertown Grocery has a great brunch menu selection. Try the New Orleans BBQ Shrimp, Gnocchi, Angel’s Envy Spritz, Basilina cocktail….
In September, I will visit Salt Lake City, Utah to attend Tastemaker Conference – the food blogger conference for influencers and content creators. Since I will be in Salt Lake City for a limited amount of time, I’ve made a bucket list of all the different places I would like to visit.
Low Country Shrimp Boil Recipe is the perfect outdoor meal. Seasoned with delicious Cajun spices!
Celebrate a classic American dish in the juiciest way! Louisville Burger Week is July 23-29. Experience the fantastic restaurants and flavors Louisville has to offer.
Crock Pot Red Beans and Rice is a traditional New Orleans-style recipe that simmers in the Crock Pot all day! No need to soak the beans in this recipe.
We’ve seen the Suicide Prevention Lifeline pass through our Facebook newsfeeds innumerable times. And across many dinner tables, there have been discussions of what qualifies as “depression”, what’s worth seeking professional help and generally, how to deal.
Porch Kitchen & Bar of Downtown Louisville has the greatest upscale comfort food the city has to offer. Read my restaurant review here…