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  • Viking Cruises Launches New Resident Historian Program

    Viking Cruises Launches New Resident Historian Program

    Faculty of Historians Will Provide Avenues of Learning on Every Viking Ocean Cruises Itinerary Viking Cruises (www.vikingcruises.com) today announced the rollout of its new onboard Viking Resident Historian program. Launching on Viking Star, Viking Sea and Viking Sky this month, a carefully selected faculty of historians will provide an enhanced level of enrichment for guests onboard all of Viking’s ocean cruise ships. A new video on the Resident Historian program can be found on the […]

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  • Family Friendly Breaded Chicken Breast Fillets #SandersonFarms ad

    Family Friendly Breaded Chicken Breast Fillets #SandersonFarms ad

    Quick and Easy Chicken Cutlets for a #WeekdaySupper are the perfect fast and flavorful dinner fix for the busy traveler or fussy family. The beauty of a simple chicken cutlet is that 1) most people including finicky kids love them 2) They’re fast, ready in less than 30 minutes from start to finish 3) They can be personalized to individualized palates by adding sauces and dips. Cutlets can be paired with a simple classic red sauce for an italian flair, BBQ sauce for kid friendly dipping, a ‘companies coming’ mushroom cream sauce, or a mustard caper sauce (recipe below).

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  • Strawberry Salsa 2-Ways #Recipe

    Strawberry Salsa 2-Ways #Recipe

    The two recipes below, one savory and the other is sweet, are easy to make, healthy and refreshing. They can be made in minutes, perfect for when the unexpected guest drops by, a flavorful super bowl party appetizer, delicious bites for an afternoon tea with the girls or simply enjoy as a healthy snack. You’re sure to enjoy strawberry salsa two ways.

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  • Quick and Easy Chicken Wontons #SandersonFarms #Recipe ad

    Quick and Easy Chicken Wontons #SandersonFarms #Recipe ad

    I love to cook. Couple that with spending time with my family in the kitchen and it’s a recipe for success. I have a 14-year-old. Getting her interested in preparing good, healthy ingredients has become a favorite pastime, combining my two of my passions, family, and food. Sanderson Farms makes it easy with 100% natural, farm to market never frozen chicken, with no hidden ingredients. One rainy afternoon, we rolled up our sleeves and decided […]

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  • The Dish on #SuperBowl Party Do’s and Don’ts

    The Dish on #SuperBowl Party Do’s and Don’ts

    Bring your A game to the party this weekend. We’re getting the Dish on Super Bowl Party Do’s & Don’ts. When in doubt ask an expert and we did just that. Who better than etiquette expert and mom of two boys, Patricia Rossi to tell us how to navigate the Super Bowl party!

    Tip #1:Do bring a dish to share to the Super Bowl party. Even if the host says not to bring anything, bring something anyway. More food choices and variety make the party memorable. Try to bring something you can eat with one hand and also consume in a few bites.

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  • Happy Holidays! Magellan MiVue 420 DashCam #Giveaway

    Happy Holidays! Magellan MiVue 420 DashCam #Giveaway

    What do you give the road tripper that has everything? The Magellan MiVue 420 DashCam of course! Capture beautiful scenery, wildlife crossing, and everything in between all on a dash cam that could fit in the palm of you hand (or Starbucks cup.) We especially love the social media feature to capture those “Cranky Carpooler” moments where you can quickly share to YouTube & Facebook. It’s small enough to travel with you and use in your […]

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  • Turkey a la King, Fit for a Queen

    Leftover Turkey: Turkey a la King #Recipe

      There are so many great dishes to make from Turkey leftovers it’s almost impossible to narrow it down to one. Turkey a la King is simple, filling and can be put together in minutes. It may be called Turkey a la King, but it’s fit for a Queen! Turkey Peas Carrots Celery Onions Mushrooms Milk Flour Butter Sage Thyme Puff Pastry Shells Salt & Pepper White Sauce or Bechamel Sauce Start by making a […]

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  • A Cut Above: Idaho Potato #IdahoPotatoCutsClass

    A Cut Above: Idaho Potato #IdahoPotatoCutsClass

    The Sunday Supper Movement recently invited me to attend a VIP event at the Epicurean Hotel for “Idaho Potato’s Cut Class.” Not knowing what to expect, I joyfully excepted knowing that Idaho Potato was the headliner.

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  • Cruise Misconceptions Debunked

    Cruise Misconceptions Debunked

    For those who have never cruised before, it is not uncommon to fall victim to myths and misguided assumptions. The best ways to dispel these misunderstandings are to talk to a seasoned sailor and ultimately embark on the journey yourself. My first cruise was a seven-day trip out of New York, New York to Bermuda on Norwegian Cruise Line’s infamous Breakaway. Going into the trip, I had many misconceptions that were thankfully debunked by NCL Gold Member and Mid-Life Road Trip correspondent, Kaelyn Mostafa.

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  • Panama City Beach:  Carillon Beach Girls Getaway #RealFunBeach

    Panama City Beach: Carillon Beach Girls Getaway #RealFunBeach

    Few things can compare to going on a beach vacation with a girlfriend. Panama City Beach proved to be the perfect combination of great weather, delicious food, with ample outdoor activities to cancel out any calorie intake and enough downtime for good conversation and plenty of laughs!

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