When you host a holiday gathering, you probably want to make sure that all of your guests are well-fed and happy. One of the main things that a lot of people like to serve and eat at these family gatherings is a good dessert or two, but it can be overwhelming and stressful to come up with baking recipes that everyone will enjoy. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to find good baking recipes for holiday gatherings.
There are a lot of different cookbooks out there that are » Read The Rest
Baking fresh goodies and cookies can be a wonderful way to bring a family together. After all, there is nothing more enjoyable than taking out a dozen fresh baked cookies from the oven and having the family gather around to enjoy. The problem with baking is that many of the finished products are incredibly high in calories. In order to skimp a bit on calories without skimping on flavor, you need to take a look at the » Read The Rest
One of the things that mothers donâ€™t realize is that they can still have a career while they are taking care of children. A job that some mothers enjoy doing is baking, and this can turn into a business that the mother can do from home. Baking is a popular career choice anywhere in the country, including Nashville.
When a mother decides to stay at home and bake, she should gather a few essential supplies. Cake pans and a mixer are two of the first things that the mother » Read The Rest
Ooey Gooey, half-baked brownies are a delicious treat that can be baked in less than 30 minutes!
If you are looking for a chocolaty, fudgy-tasting treat, these brownies are the perfect snack for you!
Start off by pre-heating your oven to 350 degrees and greasing the bottom of your 13×9 pan with coconut oil. If you do not have coconut oil, butter or margarine will do just fine. Coconut oil is a healthy alternative to butter or margarine.
Next, pour your brownie mix into » Read The Rest
When you’re trying to save time while baking, an important thing to consider is how much time it will take to clean up the mess made. For a fast-clean up after baking, think of simplifying your process during preparation, mixing, and baking.
First, limit the number of measuring cups you use to measure ingredients. Ideally you should have two larger 4-6 cup measuring cups. Use one for all dry ingredients and use the other for all wet ingredients. These larger cups can also measure out a range of sizes, » Read The Rest
Having family time is a hard thing to come by these days. Between the kids’ sports practice, school, and work it just seems like family time is non existent. You long to spend time together, but your schedules simply do not allow for it. Sound like your family? Though it may be hard to work out, family time is a very important part in anyone’s lives. However, getting everyone to agree on the activities that will be done during this time can prove to be a challenge. Solution? Family baking! Who doesn’t » Read The Rest
Nashville is a city rich in history but also on the cutting edge of modern music. Just 15 minutes an ten miles outside of downtown, however, lies the sleepy hamlet of Franklin. Franklin, established back at the end of the 18th century, is a community of just under 100,000 people and home to some of Nashville’s biggest celebrities. It’s a far safer oasis for some than the bustling city of Nashville and crime in Franklin is low and very few families report the need for » Read The Rest
Hear Hank One More Time in NashvilleWhat is historic Nashville tradition without a little Hank Williams “Family Tradition”? The first performer to ever receive six encore ovations at the Grand Ole Opry, Hank made Nashville his home away from home, actually relocating to the Country Music Capital of the World later in life. Join in on the celebration of one of the all time great artists to grace the storied Nashville music scene, as SunTrust Bank and the Ford Motor Company present “Family Tradition: The Hank Williams Legacy,” an entertaining and informative exhibit based on the adventurous singer’s time in the spotlight, housed at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Family Tradition will open from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, until it closes at the end of next year (with the exception of Tuesdays in January and February, and Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day). Tickets cost 19.99 for adults, 17.99 for individuals over the age of 60 and 11.99 for kids age 6 to 17. Children under age 5 are not charged for admission. » Read The Rest
No stage is more highly esteemed in the inner circles of country music than that of the Grand Ole Opry. With humble beginnings as a talent showcase for local, rural musicians, the Grand Ole Opry radio program has ballooned into a nationwide powerhouse in the country music industry. A right of passage for the genre’s top artists, playing the Grand Ole Opry is a major milestone for any musician’s career, with membership in the Opry’s Country Music Hall of Fame reigning supreme as country music’s utmost honor. Beginning its broadcast in 1925, for the better half of a century the Opry has made a distinct point to celebrate contemporary country crooners while still recognizing and promoting the history and heritage of country, bluegrass, folk and gospel alike. » Read The Rest
Hot pink school buses, small coolers filled with adult beverages, and tour guides who specialize in improv comedy? If you’re looking to spice up your tour of Nashville, I think you’ve found the right place.The Nash Trash tours are lead by Sheri Lynn and Brenda Kay, two sisters, who have musical theater backgrounds and years of experience in improv comedy. They lead a slightly historic but mostly comedic tour through downtown Nashville and a bit of the Music Row, focusing on scandalous stories about country music legends. » Read The Rest