Cabbage Sabzi

Ingredients: 1/2 cabbage finely cut 2 Tspn coconut oil 1 Tspn cumin seeds 4 to 5 cloves go garlic Pinch of asoefitida 1 large Spanish onion finely chopped 1 Tspn garam masala 1 Tspn red chilli powder 1/4 Tspn turmeric powder 1 Tspn corriander powder 1 tomato chopped...

T’is the season. A simple quick Recipe for Sweet Potato Pie Recipee

This was a request from my husband. He wanted to gift something to one of his colleagues and  thought baking a sweet potato pie would be a good gift. I wanted something easy to bake, that did not require a lot of time and ingredients. We bought some sweet potato's...

An Easy to make Valentine’s Day Card with Glitter

   Valentines day is right around the corner and there are easier ways to let your loved ones know that you love them. For tell them how much you love them and give a great big hug. If you want you can make a card for them and tell them that you made it with your own...

Preparing for a Recession

Are we in a recession yet? Well, not according to a few Chief Financial Officers, Two-thirds of CFOs predict a recession by the third quarter of 2020, according to the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook. About 47% of the CFO’s surveyed by the outlook,...

Why I save for my Retirement

Keeping with the theme of financial freedom, the future is unpredictable and a lot of companies have stopped offering the traditional pension plans. If you are one of those lucky ones that have the pension plan, well then you are LUCKY! The goal is start earlier....

Make your own clay ornaments

This is not a food recipe post. So you must be wondering as to why I am posting this. Well, it just so happens that I have developed a keen interest in crafting over the last couple of years be it, pencil drawings, Zentangle or small DIY crafts. I was snooping around...

The importance of Prioritizing your Task List

Over the weekend I was reading a book on organizing and one of the items listed in the book was around how prioritizing your task list is important to accomplishing and knocking down all those tasks. First of all, there are tons of articles out there on organization...

Learning at home with your Kids

I started this post by calling it studying at home with your kids but then changed the title to learning at home with your kids. The word learning implies growth and absorbing content with the intent to grow and understanding vs studying in my mind imparts the act of...

Simple Sewing Project: A Circle Skirt

Since I am not a professional by any means in sewing, I always gravitate towards projects that are simple to make. This was fairly simple and it did have some match involved. I made this for my daughter who is 4 years old. I fell in love with the material when I...

Roasted pumpkin seeds

On a cool November day, this is a snack that you can munch on. Easy to make. Ingredients: Pumpkin seeds Salt Pepper Method: Wash the pumpkin seeds Boil he seeds in sales water Pat dry the seeds Put the seeds on a tray, evenly spread out Broil at 325 degrees for 10-15...

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Preparing for a Recession

Are we in a recession yet? Well, not according to a few Chief Financial Officers, Two-thirds of CFOs predict a recession by the third quarter of 2020, according to the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook. About 47% of the CFO’s surveyed by the outlook,...

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Recipes

Cheeseburger Muffins. Huh?

These are decadent an ooo so delicious. It is the bake sale season so game on for all those baked goodies. Want to know how to make these? Here goes. For the buns, bake 6 yellow cupcakes and cut each of them in halves as shown in the picture. Bake a muffin and cut the...

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Banana Sweet Potato Bread in the Bread Machine

We recently bought a bread machine. I made some regular white bread last week, so I decided to make my own sweet potato banana bread. Ingredients for the bread: Whole wheat flour - 3 cups in retrospect I would use white flour sweet potato 1 small boiled till soft and...

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