I planned a pizza night with my son and some friends. He requested Homemade Butterscotch Ice Cream for dessert. It took a bit of research but I found out that butterscotch flavor originally came from cooking brown sugar with butter. Sounded yummy. I found many recipes that used butterscotch flavoring but I wanted the real … Continue reading Boozy Homemade Butterscotch Ice Cream with Eggless and Dairy free versions
These old trays have been hanging around for a while. They are beaten up and don't match anything. I decided to upcycle a wood tray to match my current decor. This is an easy project that takes several days only because there is a fair bit of waiting for stuff to dry. I had everything … Continue reading Upcycle a Wood Tray – an easy DIY project
The answer is "Yes!" You need a Virtual Private Network. Fortunately, they are not expensive and are easy to use. This post contains affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase via these links I will receive a small commission. This will not increase the cost of your purchase. Thank you! The internet was not created … Continue reading Virtual Private Network – Do you need one?
Guest post by Rae Steinbach freelance editor for Jetty- renters insurance designed for modern life. A follow up to my post on downsizing Rae is a graduate of Tufts University with a combined International Relations and Chinese degree. After spending time living and working abroad in China, she returned to NYC to pursue her career … Continue reading Why You Should Encourage Your Kids to Get Renters Insurance
Waffles are one of my favorite breakfast treats. A few years ago I bought a Cuisinart waffle maker to make my own. Freezing the extras is a great way to have fast waffles anytime. After much experimenting, I have 2 delicious, reliable waffle recipes to share. Waffle maker. Uses about 1/3 cup batter per square. … Continue reading 2 Delicious, Reliable Waffle Recipes