Unfortunately, meal points or money added to a meal plan usually don’t roll over from year to year — if you don’t use the money, you lose it. If the school gives first-years an option to choose their meal plan, it’s best to start low and see how much your student needs. Many colleges give you the opportunity to replenish meal-plan funds midyear. You could also supplement a student’s meal plan with gift cards to local grocery stores or restaurants. You can buy gift cards at GiftCertificates.com.
If you’re planning to give your toddler a snack or meal while you’re out, a washable bib keeps them a bit more clean. These lightweight, waterproof bibs from Bumkins have a helpful catch-all front pocket for solid snacks, and are available in a variety of lively patterns.
Beatles icon Sir Paul McCartney has recalled how he and his late first wife Linda would cook together and revealed why he would always slice and dice the onions so she wouldn't end up teary eyed.
The latest smash from the worldwide K-pop sensations is a smooth, fun, melty summer dance track that nuzzles right up to its fan base — it's never a bad idea to shout out your fans, in this case the BTS Army, in song — and which happens to go great with a certain limited-time-only value meal at McDonalds.
With more college students returning to dorm rooms next year, this pasta cooker reviewed by @hello_happy_mom is the perfect gift for high school grads. Simply fill the gadget with pasta, add water, and put it in the microwave for a perfectly cooked hot meal without an oven.
Pixie Lott once landed in hospital after a disastrous attempt at warming up soup, as she said she is "awful" in the kitchen and often just has food delivered to her instead of cooking.
Whether you want to keep things simple or you’re ready to host a feast, a cookout on the grill is a time-tested way to feed a crowd. Plan a barbecue and include sides like mac & cheese, cornbread or potato salad. For a simple, crowd-pleasing meal, grill up a bunch of hot dogs and veggie dogs and let guests choose from tasty, inventive toppings like roasted red peppers, goat cheese or coleslaw. Give burgers the same DIY treatment by making mini burgers and serving them at a slider bar, with petite buns and toppings like bacon and pickled jalapenos. Kebabs are another easy option for tasty, portable party food. Prepare skewers of meat, veggies and fruit ahead of time to make the day of the party go more smoothly.
Mark Wahlberg is eating 7000 calories a day to put on weight for his new role in 'Stu'.