If you have a large family or if you know that you are due to go on holiday with some family or friends, then the thought of having to cook for everyone may be enough to set you on edge. It can also be daunting too. If you want to do something about this, then this guide will help you to cook full meals without the stress.
A wedding is dearly remembered for a lot many things. Apart from wedding decorations and festivities, it’s the food which is served at the wedding that makes it memorable. This is the reason that we have wedding caterers ruling the market. Wedding catering usually takes a major chunk of the couple’s budget and that is the reason this should be carefully planned for making your wedding a memorable experience.
I remember back when Tim and I were first married? The romantic candlelit dinners, in anticipation of that good night kiss! Oh such great memories. . . . date nights were so fun and easy! Fast forward 19 years and three children. Let me be frank: our daughters, while adorable and lovable and a gift from God, are 100% romance killers.
All things considered, cooking can be a great way to learn about other countries and come to understand its culture in a better way. From northern nations with their pickled products and curious preservation practices to exotic southern hemisphere countries with extensive spice usage, foods and recipes differ in countries around the world and it would be a pity not to learn more about them.
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Throughout my career, I have been on many staff retreats. I even had the pleasure of planning some of them. Many were onsite and some were offsite. There is one thing for sure; they were all great opportunities to escape the day-to-day hustle and bustle of my work, and well spent time bonding with my co-workers. This year I had the pleasure of visiting Lake Norman with my team, whom I proudly call my second family.
Lunch: You can’t get away with skipping it, because if you do, your productivity (and your kids’ attention) at work and school will suffer. But a reliance on pre-packaged or on-the-go meals can be a good way to load your body with much more sodium, sugar, fat, and calories than it needs. And unhealthy lunches may be part of the reason that many of us are suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes.