In this post, Dr Megs talks about the much sought after commodity of RESILIENCE and practical ways that we can help our children to build it.
My favourite (and promised) BBQ pulled pork recipe. DELISH!
No one is a fan of coleslaw. It’s shredded cabbage. What is there to be excited about? Well… LET. ME. TELL. YOU! This coleslaw will transform your average BBQ from DRAB to FAB – I guarantee it! (* disclaimer – I can’t really guarantee it… I just said it because it sounds good and it is probably true). Come and try it yourself!
Head injuries – hard to find a person who hasn’t had one over the course of their life. But when it happens to your child – is it serious or not? Here are some ways to figure it out, and what to do about it.
A Lutton-Yap family favourite this Foodie Friday: TERIYAKI CHICKEN! Done this way (in the pressure cooker) you set it and forget it. Perfect for a dinner during the week, to stick on whilst you get kids’ baths sorted and pour yourself a glass of wine.
Dr Megs does a test run of the supposed leaked recipe to KFC’s “Secret 11 herbs and spices” seasoning. What did it really taste like?
A slight adaptation of a traditional CNY recipe that I used to make the most of my freshly harvested, home grown ginger!
So this was never intended to be an official blog recipe. It was a typical Saturday night dinner (of late anyway), where we had been busy all day and I was trying to unwind by whipping up something tasty (with whatever I had in the pantry and fridge), but nothing too...
A step by step work-through of HOW TO WRITE A STUDY PLAN – with a detailed example.
I was inspired to write this post by talking to my big sister about my gorgeous little niece. She is in Grade 7 and is a little high-flyer - does very well academically, dances every night of the week a different style, plays multiple instruments, sings etc etc. ...