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simple tailgating tips for beginners

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fun ways to get your kids to eat their veggies

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simple tailgating tips for beginners

that will make you feel like a pro

by Nicola Kennedy

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any people nowadays are getting interested in tailgating. If you haven’t tried ir and you want to throw a successful tailgating party that no one will ever forget, then this article is for you.

Here are 9 things you need to consider as a beginner in tailgating:


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Before having a party, be sure that you have already packed up the things you need. Assess all the things you need like chairs, tables, trash bags and other things that you think you might need and pack them into your vehicle. Make sure also that you are ready with the foods that you will be bringing. You should learn the proper way of packing the foods. The last food to be packed must be the first one to use. Being prepared will ensure a smooth running tailgate party, an essential aspect for any party. Checking the location where you are planning to do your tailgating should be done a day before you plan to party. Make sure that you have the correct space for a big party. Filling up your propane tanks for cooking should be the one thing you should never forget. Do not just assume that it is full, instead you should go and check it out and see for yourself. Separating your raw meats and your ready-to-eat foods and beverages should be observed. You should have a separate cooler for each of them in order to avoid bad smells and spoiling the food.


It is more advisable to the beginners to have freeze-bottled water or drinks to be use for cooling rather than putting loose ice. In this way, you can observe cleanliness and orderliness while tailgating. There will be no water scattering on the floor because of the loose and melted ice.


Fly flags, balloons or anything that can be use for recognition in order for your guests to have an easy way in locating you.


Food should always be ready so that anytime your guests or participants wants to eat, you are ready and you will not be panicking to cook to order.

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After grilling, you should remove the ashes and keep them in a heavy-duty foil and dip them completely in water before allowing it to be placed in a container which is non-combustible in order to observe cleanliness. Lastly, remember that after the party is over, you should clean up your own mess. Bring plenty of trash bags and recycling bags to be able to dispose all your garbage cans and bottles. Put everything in its proper places. By doing all of these things, you can consider yourself as one of the pros in tailgating.

About The Author Nicola Kennedy has been organizing tailgate parties and picnics for nearly 12 years. Her site offers news, tips and great tailgating tips. September 2011


5 great websites for


ou have found the perfect grill, selected the tools you want to use when grilling and chosen a reason to fire up your new grill. The new burning question on your mind is “What should I cook?� There are many, many websites on the internet that have barbeque recipes and searching through all of them is time consuming. Listed below are five fantastic websites that you will find yourself going to time and time again for culinary inspiration. Peruse the sites yourself and add them to your favorites. You will not be sorry that you did.


l recipes by Jenny Khoo This particular website has a specific tab located at the top of the home page that concerns all things grilling related. Alton Brown offers a crash course on barbeque basics, including a video called “How to Grill Like a Pro.” If you are already familiar with the basic aspects of cooking on a grill, you can skip that part and head right to Bobby Flay’s section that includes his ten best recipes. September 2011

The website includes different toppings for hotdogs and choosing vegetables that are in season to keep your meals fresh and interesting. If you are tired of the same old pasta salads that you have been making for years, the site offers 100 pasta salad recipes as well. Food Network’s site is full of fun and inspirational techniques and recipes to keep you grilling all year long.



2.www.womansday. com There is a tab at the top of the homepage that is labeled “Food and Recipes” If you click on this tab, you will be brought to a page that has a search box for the recipes. Typing “Grill” into the search section yields 78 results. The recipes include everything from chicken to grilled banana splits. This is a versatile site that is user friendly. 3.www.goodhouse At the upper right hand side of this site there is a search engine. You can choose to search the whole site or simply the recipes by clicking on the recipes tab over the search box. Simply typing the word “barbeque” into the search field yielded 584 recipes. Paula Deen has recipes on the website as well as the Barefoot Contessa. There is also an advanced search option that allows the user to select the different ingredients that they want to use. For example, clicking on the boxes for “beef”, “all vegetables” and burgers brings up 19 results to choose from. This is a great way to use what you already have to prepare a fun meal. September 2011

4.www.bbqrecipe This website is run by “Barbeque Bob” Quinn and is brimming with information on all things barbeque. There are sauce recipes, food recipes, articles and videos. This is a fantastic page and includes recipes such as a tomato less barbeque sauce, barbequed duck and many other inventive and interesting recipes. This is a recipe search engine that will direct you to many other sites online. They are sponsored websites so the results of the search word “grilling” will bring you to sites such as Hebrew National and Kraft as well as specific websites devoted to grilling. This is a great site to use to add to your recipe collection, but to find what you want may take some time due to having so many choices of links to explore. Wherever you begin your search for the perfect barbeque recipes, you will definitely find a plethora of options on any of these five sites. The most difficult part will be which technique to try first.


new school year. new schedules. get them



anized! A 
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h, the sound of nothing. Simon and Garfunkel called it the sound of silence. Ask any mother what her house sounds like after the kids are packed off to their first day of school and she’ll tell you it is pure, unadulterated bliss. Is there anything better than the sight of that school bus after a long summer? A new school year is a blessing, but just when you thought things were working out bam! it’s also a bit of curse. Suddenly, after several months of lackadaisical schedules and weakened rules, kids are put right back in the middle of the action. Wake up, get dressed, eat breakfast, double-check the homework. It’s all enough to make a tween or teen lose their summer glow. The same goes for parents. Suddenly, you need to put your General’s hat back on and issue all kinds of orders. The question is how do you go from lazy summer days to a productive school year without the battle cries?

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Five Ways to Figure it Out without Fighting: 1. There is no right answer. Talk to your friends and your kids’ friends and you’ll find that everyone thinks they have the answer. Do the homework right off the bus, save it for after dinner, don’t do it at all (no, not really), everyone thinks their way is the right way. The truth is that each kid is different. Some kids need to blow off steam after school, so let them do their thing and unwind a bit. If your kid wants to get everything done right away, then go for it. Make


the routine around their individual personality and there will be fewer squabbles. 2. Get a Stopwatch for Sports. We’re not suggesting a literal stopwatch, but placing a time restriction for sports and activities helps make them work with, rather than against, the schedule. Your child doesn’t need to do it all, so limit activities to favorites to avoid over-scheduling (and exhausting) your kids.

3. Hand over the Reins. Kids really do respond when you let them make their own decisions. It’s really not your responsibility to see that they make soccer practice or finish their spelling homework. Teachers and administrators expect your kids to be responsible for themselves, so why not employ that a little more at home? Sit down with your kids, ask them what they have to do and want to do and let them determine what it will take to get it all done. Step in when they need some guidance, but in general, let them find their path. Working parents who might not be home in time to sit down with their kids at the end of each school day can schedule a phone call at the same time each day. 4. Calendar. Get a calendar for the family and put it in a central location, like the September 2011

kitchen or mud room. Make every person in the household over the age of 10 responsible for posting their must-attend events for the upcoming week by Sunday evening. Also establish a system for communicating schedule changes. For example, all schedule changes need to be made in red or noted on a special “Notes” board next to the calendar and texted to mom and dad. Once something is put on the master calendar, employ the no-tolerance rule. If it’s on the public calendar, it’s public knowledge; if not, it’s not. If someone whines “I forgot to put it on the calendar,” that’s their problem to fix, not yours. Trust us, they’ll learn quickly. 5. Control the Clutter. If you have a child in elementary school, you’re more than familiar with the projects, drawings, and otherwise indescribable objects that come home, but all kids in all grades come home with lots of stuff that can quickly become a clutter pile. Make a concerted effort to review items when they come and dump the stuff that doesn’t need to stay. The baking soda volcano can go - just take a pic with your kid for posterity and you’ll have the memory without the mess. Get a bin for important documents (like permission slips, teacher notes) and get your kids in the habit of sorting their stuff when they get home.



8veggies fun ideas to get your kids to eat their

 by Susanne Myers


o you have trouble getting your kids to eat their veggies? I sure do. My daughter used to be great about trying and eating just about anything…and then she turned 2 ½. Now it is pretty much impossible to get her to eat anything other than corn when it comes to vegetables. So I had to come up with some fun and sometimes sneaky ways to get some veggies in her. Here are a few of my favorites. Make big pot of vegetable soup, and then add some fun noodle shapes. You can use alphabet noodles or look for some fun novelty shapes. You may be able to find some cartoon characters, toy and sports shapes etc. I have even seen pumpkin and Christmas tree shapes. With a little luck your kids will be too busy spelling words, or identifying the shape to notice all the veggies they are eating in the soup. September 2011

If you can’t make them eat it, make them drink it. Pour some vegetable juice over ice and add a straw, a cocktail umbrella or a stick of celery and watch them drink it up. Your kids may not get as much fiber as eating the entire vegetable, but getting them to drink their vegetables is better than not getting any vegetables in their system.


Have you tried offering them some raw vegetables with some ranch dressing to dip them in? Many kids who don’t care much for cooked vegetables will eat them up if they can dip them. Just grab a bag of baby carrots and cut up some red and yellow peppers and some cucumber. Arrange them on a plate with a little bit of ranch dressing or your favorite vegetable dip on the side. Take it even a step further and let them create artwork out of their vegetables. Offer raw vegetables in different colors and shapes and encourage them to make a vegetable collage on their plate. You can easily make a face using slices of cucumber as eyes, a baby carrot as nose and a slice of red pepper as a mouth. You can use watercress or shredded carrots or even some cheese as hair. Before you know it, you’ll find them sampling their “art supplies”.


To get them to eat more vegetables at dinnertime try a little salad bar. Put out some lettuce, some sliced or chopped tomato, slices of cucumber, shredded carrot, slices of red and yellow peppers, small broccoli flowerets and anything else you can think of. You may also want to offer them some choices when it comes to salad dressing. Favorites in our house are Ranch, Italian, Catalina, and French. To top it all of set out some croutons and shredded cheese. Get the kids together and make a cold vegetable pizza. Start out with a can of crescent rolls. Unroll the dough, but don’t pull the triangle shapes apart. Instead push the seams together and bake on a baking sheet according to the package directions. Let the sheet of dough cool completely, then spread with some crème cheese (we like a vegetable or herb flavored one) and top with some thinly sliced raw veggies. Cut into squares and serve.

Get them involved in the kitchen especially when it comes to cooking. Ask them to wash the vegetables, if they are old enough let them cut veggies (under your supervision of course), let them help you stir, or anything else you can think of that would be age appropriate. You’ll be amazed at how proud they will be of their finished product. Believe me, they’ll try just about anything if they made it.

About The Author Susanne Myers together with Christine Steendahl, owns and publishes the Healthy Menu Mailer. Each week, we provide you with 7 dinner recipes. Sign up for a free sample menu at http://www. sample-newsletter-signup. html. September 2011

If everything else fails, hide the vegetables in other food. My mom used to make us some special orange mashed potatoes. We thought it was very fancy, but all she did was to cook some carrots with the potatoes and mashed them right in there. You can also cover broccoli with tomato sauce or cheese. Think of a dish your child really enjoys and sneak a little bit of vegetable in there. Give a few of these ideas a try and see which ones work best for your children. Keep at it and sooner or later they will start to develop a taste for vegetables.



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salsa verde


1 pound tomatillos, husked 1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 serrano chile peppers, minced 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro 1 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 1 1/2 teaspoons salt, or to taste 2 cups water



1. Place tomatillos, onion, garlic, and chile pepper into a saucepan. Season with cilantro, oregano, cumin, and salt; pour in water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until the tomatillos are soft, 10 to 15 minutes. 2. Using a blender, carefully puree the tomatillos and water in batches until smooth.



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enchiladas cheese Ingredients

2 cans (15 ounces each) tomato sauce 1-1/3 cups water 2 tablespoons chili powder 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 16 flour tortillas (8 inches), warmed 4 cups (16 ounces) shredded Monterey Jack cheese 2-1/2 cups (10 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese, divided 2 medium onions, finely chopped 1 cup (8 ounces) sour cream 1/4 cup minced fresh parsley 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper Shredded lettuce, sliced ripe olives and additional sour cream, optional

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1. In a large saucepan, combine the first six ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 4-5 minutes or until thickened, stirring occasionally. Spoon 2 tablespoons sauce over each tortilla. 2. In a large bowl, combine the Monterey Jack, 2 cups cheddar cheese, onions, sour cream, parsley, salt and pepper. Place about 1/3 cup down the center of each tortilla. Roll up and place seam side down in two greased 13-in. x 9-in. baking dishes. Pour remaining sauce over top. 3. Bake, uncovered, at 350째 for 20 minutes. Sprinkle with remaining cheddar cheese. Bake 4-5 minutes longer or until cheese is melted. Garnish with lettuce, olives and sour cream if desired. Yield: 16 enchiladas.



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chicken wings Ingredients


1 cup Pace® Picante Sauce 1. Stir the picante sauce, honey and ginger 1/4 cup honey in a large bowl. 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 2. Cut the wings in half at the joints to make 12 chicken wings (tips removed) 24 pieces. Toss the wings with the picante sauce mixture. Place them in a foil-lined shallow baking pan. 3. Bake at 400 degrees F for 55 minutes or until they’re glazed and cooked through, turning and brushing often with the sauce during the last 30 minutes of baking time. Discard any remaining sauce.



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chocolate chip Ingredients

1 cup butter, softened 1 cup white sugar 1 cup packed brown sugar 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons hot water 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips 1 cup chopped walnuts Source -

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1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2. Cream together the butter, white sugar, and brown sugar until smooth. Beat in the eggs one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Dissolve baking soda in hot water. Add to batter along with salt. Stir in flour, chocolate chips, and nuts. Drop by large spoonfuls onto ungreased pans. 3. Bake for about 10 minutes in the preheated oven, or until edges are nicely browned.



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easy Ingredients


1 pound ground beef 1 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper 2 1/2 tablespoons chili powder 1 clove garlic, minced 1 bay leaf 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 4 teaspoons finely chopped jalapeno chile peppers 1 (29 ounce) can diced tomatoes 1 (15 ounce) can tomato sauce 1 (16 ounce) can chili beans, undrained salt and pepper to taste



1. In a large saucepan over medium high heat, combine the ground beef, onion and bell peppers. Saute for about 5 minutes, or until beef is browned. Drain excess fat. 2. Add the chili powder, garlic, bay leaf, cumin, chile peppers, tomatoes, tomato sauce and salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low. Cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Stir in the beans and heat through. Serves 6

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patio pets by tiffany robinson

Is your desire to dine with your dog keeping you in these days? You’ll soon have to come up with a different excuse to keep your hermit habit. As of this month Houston’s Health Department will be reviewing the dogs-on-patios rule with a City Council subcommittee. The Health Department will then make any changes requested by City Council and the new rule can be implemented immediately. Looks like your favorite restaurant could easily have pooches on their patio just in time for fall. Of course they will still need to apply for a variance, pay a fee, and follow the rules. No matter which side of the patio you fall on, wanting or not wanting to dine with your dog, there are a few things to keep in mind. Some of these are rules; others just make for a pleasant dining experience for everyone involved:


• It’s up to the restaurant to allow dogs on their patio. Just like the smoking on patios rule, allowing dogs on their patio will ultimately be up to restaurant owners. While they have to apply for the variance and pay a fee, the power to choose is in their hands. • Find the place that suits your needs. If you can’t imagine dining without your four legged friend you’ll soon have options to make that happen! Not too keen on the idea of eating in front of your pooch’s pleading eyes? No problem. There will still be plenty of places that aren’t open to the canine patron. It’s all about choice. And the choice to dine or not dine will still be yours. • Know your pet’s limits! Not every dog is meant to dine on a public patio. Make sure your pet wants to

Colourful Waterplay

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one of those activities for kids that is fun but

a bit messy so kids must play it outdoor with an apron. Head outside with bottles of water and a

variety of food colorings. Then let your kids mix and match the colors until everyone has the same uniform color in each bottle.


If you’re thinking of activi-

ties for kids that are not only fun but also enriching, then consider reading books to them. And

yes, books aren’t just read in your bedroom. A shaded part in your yard can be a perfect place

to enjoy a book with your child. Spread a rug and take out those books.

Be Sandy

Let your little ones go wild in

their imagination by making anything such as

pizza, cake and even castles using sands. Just supply them with small buckets, your old kitchen utensils, and biscuit cutters. This is indeed one of those activities for kids that can bring out the

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juice, ¼-cup grenadine, 1 ginger ale and the raspberry sherbet and add a champagne or white wine for extra taste. This will be great drink for your party. Finally, for your desert, try the apple peach pie. This is just easy: combine a cup of sugar, ¼ tsp of salt and 2 tbsp of flour. Then add 1 tsp of lemon juice, 1 tsp. cinnamon and the sliced apples. Add the top crust add seal around edges. Cut slits in top. Bake it at 425 degrees for 40 minutes and let it cool for 15 minutes. Before the time has come for the party to start and your friends to arrive, you are already done preparing the foods and drinks. All you have to do is sit back relax and enjoy.

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katy cuisine september 2011 final lo res single pages  

fun ways simple tailgating tips for beginners Grill recipes Get Organized 5 great websites for to get your kids to eat their veggies for the...

katy cuisine september 2011 final lo res single pages  

fun ways simple tailgating tips for beginners Grill recipes Get Organized 5 great websites for to get your kids to eat their veggies for the...