This week I took a mental break from wheeling and dealing. For the most part, I stayed out of the stores. I didn’t even go buy a Sunday paper. I printed online coupons when I saw them, but no clipping for me. Last week I felt I was getting a little too obsessed, so it […]
The FishBoys have been interested in video games for a few years. First they pooled their funds to purchase a Nintendo 64 off Ebay. Awhile later some friends gave us a GameCube they no longer wanted. Using an older, used gaming system is a great way to innaugurate your family into the World of Super […]
My latest email from epicurious says that there are eight days left until Thanksgiving. Unbelievable how quickly time passes. This year will be the first year in a long time that we will be spending the holiday with family. I’m looking forward to eating lots of yummy food, savoring a slice of Toffee Dream, taking […]
We are die-hard grill fans. When we lived in Kansas City, we “cooked out” as often as possible. Even in sub-zero weather. Well, at least once. Meat cooked on the grill just tastes so much better than other preparations. Tri-tip, Chicken, Steaks. You name it, we love it. However, each time we’ve moved (every five […]
Looking for some kids-can-cook recipes for Thanksgiving? Check out my article about Turkey Day Treats at Charlotte Parent. If you like what you see, consider purchasing my e-book, FishMama’s Guide to Cooking with Children. Details are here.
One book that I read this past year has a rather intriguing title; French Women Don’t Get Fat. Subtitled, The Secret of Eating for Pleasure, this book by Mireille Guiliano is a super easy read – I think I whipped through it in about 2 days. All I knew about this book was the title. […]
1. Reassure sobbing FishBoy that it is okay, and he is forgiven. It was a mistake to swing the key so that it flew into the sewer. One that he won’t do again. 2. Call your brother who doesn’t have to go to work or school too early in the morning. (FishPapa leaves at 6:30 […]