November, 2009

Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Recipes


Thanksgiving day is commonly known as a fall harvest festival and a time to give thanks for the harvest and to offer prayer for God’s continuous grace. It has become one of the biggest holidays, celebrated on the second Monday... (Continue reading)

Pasta in white sauce


Pasta is a generic term for foods made from an unleavened dough of flour and water, and sometimes a combination of egg and flour. Pasta is a low fat food and a good source of folic acid, iron and numerous... (Continue reading)

The Daily Tip Off – Recycling Coffee Grounds


Did you know coffee grounds make a great fertilizer? Just dump them in the lawn or dig in around your potted plants. Just another way to get more mileage from your daily cup. Wonder if decaf works too. I am... (Continue reading)

Classic Cheese Pizza


 Pizza is a popular dish of Neapolitan origin, made with an oven-baked, flat, generally round bread, covered with tomato-based sauce and cheese. Toppings are added according to region, culture, or personal preference. The bottom base of the pizza (crust) vary widely,... (Continue reading)



Our green, hilly city is decked up. Red, orange, yellow, brown. And the green of summers past, lingering on like intimate guests after a party. This is by far the best week this fall. Atlanta is in the South of... (Continue reading)

Gestational diabetes and nutrition during pregnancy


This is in continuation on the topic of pregnancy. I came to know about Gestational diabetes from one of my friends, whose wife developed this condition while expecting her second baby. She was advised to take proper rest, do some light... (Continue reading)

Temper Tantrums


Temper Tantrums, a very common problem which every parents face in their lifetime. Temper Tantrums are a child’s way to cope with frustrations or with lack of attention, equally common in boys and girls. I came to know regarding this... (Continue reading)

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