Drunken Easter Egg Disaster

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We all have those recipe disasters. But we’re probably the only ones that invite disasters to us, specifically. The latest one happened last week when we were hosting a spring brunch (a very early one). Here’s the story… Read more →

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Red Ginger (mocktail)

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While making our crayon hearts, we thought that it would be awesome to also do them with our little nieces. We decided to make a mocktail for them that is not only delicious, but also spicy. It turns out that it’s also low in calories and not too sugary. This is the perfect recipe for a Valentine’s Day party! Read more →

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Heart-Shaped Crayons

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Over the holidays, Alberto spent most of the time on the floor coloring with our nieces and nephews. (He gets a little competitive, and I had to praise him often for coloring inside the lines…) So when it came to Valentine’s Day, Alberto immediately thought about coloring with the kids. We used the leftover crayons that we had after the holidays, and melted them down to create cute little heart gifts for the kids. Then Alberto had the great idea to personalize them using glitter letters. This was such an easy project, and they make great little V-day gifts. You can even include the kids! Read more →

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