An Asian stir-fry has long been considered a healthful choice.
Sight gags are jokes that rely on visual cues rather than words.
Is it OK to cut in line? What if someone you know is in the line? What if you’re kind of in a hurry? What if you think you’re a tad more important than everyone else in the line? Do those things make it OK? What if you’re about to miss a plane?
I won the lottery. Not the set-for-life financial lottery, but a coveted spot on a cool field trip.
As I type this, I should be sitting on a warm, sandy beach next to a cerulean bay with my family.
The ancient Incans revered quinoa as “the mother grain.” Modern-day nutritionists often refer to it as “the supergrain of the future.”
The Music Theatre for Young People has cast young women as apostles, including the leading role of Judas Iscariot, in an upcoming production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar.’
Usually reserved for restaurant dining, scallops are an elegant entree.
“I’d like to get a new lens for our trip,” my husband, Thad, said. I groaned.
Think of meat loaf as an edible time capsule.
Yes, I’ve made carrot cake a couple times before. At one point, I even had a special recipe. It was a keeper. Except I didn’t keep it.
Look, Ma! No bowl.
When did meat and potatoes become an edible pejorative?
The other night, my husband and I cozied up on the couch. I poured myself a glass of wine, and we turned on “The Tonight Show” to watch Jimmy Fallon host for the first time. I’m not a huge Jimmy Fallon fan; he seems a little plastic to me. But all it took was the name Will Smith to catch my attention. With U2 as the musical guest, Thad and I were both excited. (When asked what celebrity we want to meet, he usually answers Bono, and I always say Will Smith. We’re not fancy.)
Does the thought of a bowl of tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich on a cold winter’s day make you smile?
My list of self-praise: I’m so proud of my body! My legs are amazing. My abs are totally rocking the house. Don’t even get me started on how flipping awesome my arms are. And my moves? Oh, my heavens, my moves are simply divine. I should post a selfie.
I once posted this Facebook update: “Jill is about to explore the mysteries of spaghetti squash.”
“What’s the capital of Alabama?”
You can’t judge a book by its cover.
Is there joy in a steaming cup of hot cocoa made with chocolate soy milk?
In the cold of winter, our thoughts turn to others.
Spicy Sweet Potato and Black Bean Soup is packed with color and variety.
It’s reassuring that someone who has known me for 20 years categorizes me on the smart side of dumb.
A slow-cooker recipe is filled with taste, nutrition.
When it comes to cold weather entertaining, fondue is a classic.