Unknown Tricks And Tips For Your Keurig K-Cups And Machine

If you have a single-serve coffee machine, such as Keurig, and you use Keurig K-cups to make coffee, you might be surprised to learn more about how to use this machine. Not every tip and trick is listed in the three-page owner's manual! The following tips and tricks are only known to coffee devotees and loyal Keurig users, so do not be too surprised if you have never heard of them. Read More 

How To Select Glassware To Go With Your Different Dishes

Have you discovered that your good sets of glasses have gone by the wayside? Perhaps you started out with plenty of glasses, but time and accidents took care of eliminating many of them. Or maybe you have just decided that it's time to select new glassware to go with different dishes that you use for each occasion. No matter the reason, from choosing juice glasses for breakfast to selecting glass goblets for more elegant events, here are some ideas that might help you. Read More 

How To Make Espresso And Raspberry Truffles At Home

There are few gifts more appreciated than a delicious box of assorted truffles... but a box of truffles that you made yourself is even more impressive. While plain chocolate truffles are delicious, your friends will be even more in awe if you present them with a box of espresso and raspberry flavored truffles that you made in your own kitchen. Here are simple directions for making each type.  Espresso Truffles Read More 

3 Tips For Making Your Wedding Reception More Budget-Friendly

Planning your wedding reception can be exciting and stressful, especially when you start considering the costs. Although you may have dreams of a lavish reception, you can have a memorable event without driving yourself into debt. Here are some tips to keep your wedding reception more budget-friendly. Scale-Back Your Guest List One of the biggest budget breakers for both the wedding and reception is inviting too many people. This can lead to paying off wedding debt for several years. Read More 

Make Homemade Pizza In A Wood Pellet Pizza Oven

A wood pellet pizza oven is a gas stove with an attached container to hold wood pellets that add flavor to pizza. These pizza ovens have controls that are similar to conventional ovens that produce an adjustable flame at a constant temperature. The attached container holds wood pellets made of different woods to give unique flavors to pizza. Some of the wood pellets that can be used include hardwood, fir, beech, oak, cedar, hickory, maple, mesquite, oak, and pecan. Read More