It is no question that this time of year is extra busy for college students specifically. We have classes, projects, tests, and the stresses of finials and the end of the semester all in the short period of time after Thanksgiving. Also, students at the same time are ready to take the time off from all the work and celebrate the holidays. One good way to get in the holiday spirit and to reduce stress a little bit is to bake some cookies.
Looking too make dinner for a significant other? Look no further. The dinner above was made for $25 which is a lot cheaper than going out. Impress for significant other with the heartfelt gesture making a home cooked meal. Here’s one good meal.
To build off of the last post, I wanted to share one of my favorite new recipes that I made for my football watch party. These buffalo chicken dips were the hit of the party. This recipe is cheap and simple to make.
The picture above is some food that I made for a football watch party a few weeks ago. Events like this are a great way to gather friends to relax as the semester gets busy. They are not very expensive and I have some tips for how to it well and on a budget.
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. Usually after the holiday, at least at my house, there usually is a lot of leftover stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey and other fixings. I have three tips as to what you can do with all of the holiday leftovers.
Are you tasked with bringing a beverage for Thanksgiving dinner. To be completely honest, this can be a hassle. Getting a large group of people to agree on the same drink is virtually impossible. Similarly, turkey is a tough food to pair with and finding the proper beverage is important. This post has both alcoholic and nonalcoholic options.
While everyone is getting ready for Thanksgiving I wanted to let you know about some great opportunities to get some awesome details on cookware.
As we get a little closer to Thanksgiving I wanted to talk about a popular tend that I think everyone should take part in. While this has nothing to do with actually cooking, I still think it is important to discuss it. A term of “friends-giving” has grown in popularity over the lat few years. It simply is a gathering of friends like thanksgiving either before or after the actual holiday.
Thanksgiving is coming up quickly. The holiday gives students a taste of home again after a long beginning portion of the semester as well as a much needed break. Some students will choose to catch up with friends and family while others will catch up on major assignments due in the near future or a combination of both.