Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays. For the last 10 years or so, we've spent the day at the lake with friends (and an increasing number of their kids). We barbecue, then take the Jet Skis and boat out on the water until the sun sets. When it's time to dry off, we get into the boat and head out to the center of the lake to watch the fireworks.Read Full Story
Instead of regular Hostess cupcakes, make your own "fauxstess" cupcakes. Use red velvet in place of chocolate cake, and a swirled red, white and blue vanilla glaze to replace the chocolate frosting on top. You're all set for the 4th of July.Read Full Story
Are you like me and love the soft pretzel stores in the malls? Well, no need to go out to buy them. You can whip up a batch in less than half an hour with a short list of ingredients you may already have in your pantry. Make them even more festive by tinting the dough red and blue and shaping them into flags for your Fourth of July celebration, and don't forget the "star" salt!Read Full Story
You remember Pop Rocks — I know you do. Those delicious little candies that would pop, crackle and crunch as soon as they hit your tongue? Well, I was feeling a little nostalgic today (and a little stressed), so I decided to blend my favorite Pop Rocks with my favorite bad-day elixir: Jell-O shots. The result is the world's most fun cocktail ever.Read Full Story
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