Posted February 8, 2016 by Stacie Morgan
Welcome to Direct Your Dining! This cooking series will introduce you to energy efficient recipes full of tips to keep your meals delicious without using every appliance in the kitchen. Preparing recipes with energy efficiency in mind at least once a week will make cooking a little easier, and may even help reduce your monthly electricity bill. Check in every week for a new recipe full of flavor and creativity that will surely impress your friends and family.
Posted February 11, 2015 by Brooke Drake
Featuring both Heart Awareness Month and Valentine’s Day, February is a month full of heart: both metaphorical and literal. We feel it’s fitting to combine the two with a heart-healthy celebration to celebrate both events. With this 3-course meal, you and your Valentine can indulge in tasty fare and romance throughout the night.
Posted February 9, 2015 by John Rose
Confession Time: I laughed a bit when I saw this topic assigned to me. I am not the crafty type. Give me a hammer and some 2×4’s, and I can whip you up a beautiful bed frame. But ask me to do something a little more on the artistic side, and I feel a little lost. Thankfully, my wife is the complete opposite – she feels at home with yarn, a sewing machine, scraps of fabric, and more buttons than one person can ever truly need. Even better, she applies this gift to most holidays, including Valentine’s Day, and she’s made me many a craft over the years Today, you can benefit from her knowledge and my way with words to learn about crafts for your family this Valentine’s Day.
Posted February 13, 2014 by Brooke Drake
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for enjoying a relaxing, romantic dinner for two with that special someone. Planning the perfect menu involves finding a delicious recipe that both parties will love. An increasing number of people want to treat their heart well in terms of romance and lifestyle. Fortunately, there are some delicious and heart-healthy recipes available to help you plan the perfect Valentine’s Day dinner.
Posted February 12, 2014 by Brooke Drake
Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday for people of all ages. Those in romantic relationships enjoy the special opportunity to have special dates while exchanging small gifts. For children, this can be a time to enjoy sweets and innocently express love for nearly everyone in life. Children get to enjoy giving Valentine’s Day cards to everyone in their elementary school classrooms, as well as participating in fun-loving holiday crafts. Celebrate an afternoon of delight with your kids with these 3 fun and inexpensive Valentine’s Day crafts.
Posted February 11, 2014 by Brooke Drake
Valentine’s Day, for many, means a fancy dinner at an expensive restaurant. However, eating dinner out can be crowded and loud – making the night less romantic than expected. So this Valentine’s Day, choose to stay in and prepare a romantic and luxurious meal for your Valentine. Here’s how to plan a three-course meal for your special night.