food--cooking

What to Order When You Take Your Kids to a Chinese Restaurant for the First Time

If your kids have a palate that has been conditioned to eating the typical American diet, then you might wonder what they will like when you take them to a Chinese restaurant for the first time. While it is completely normal for kids to feel apprehensive about eating a new cuisine, you will be pleased to learn that there are many options on a typical Chinese food menu that they might enjoy. Read More 

Menu Ideas for a Hawaiian-Themed Office Party

If you're in charge of organizing an upcoming office party, and you've decided on a Hawaiian theme (to help people escape the winter blues), then the food is a really important part. Once you decorate the tables with grass wraps, hang some leis up (and have them for coworkers to wear if they like), and have some music picked out (maybe some Gabby Pahinui), then the next important step is the menu. Read More 

How To Plan A Great Graduation Party For Your Child

Now that your child's graduation is drawing near, you are probably having mixed emotions. On one hand, you are excited that your child has adventures in life ahead of him or her. On the other hand, you might be experiencing feelings of melancholy as you remember days gone by. One thing is for sure: having a graduation party for your child is a wonderful way to honor accomplishments that have taken place over the years. Read More 

2 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Casino Visit

Visiting a casino is a popular vacation activity, mostly because it can offer a wide range of different activities that can appeal to just about every member of your family. Listed below are two tips that can help you get the most out of your visit to a casino. Sign Up for the Rewards Program One of the easiest ways to increase your enjoyment of a casino trip is to sign up for any rewards program that the casino may offer. Read More 

4 Delicious Mexican Soups Worth Trying

Mexican soups, or "sopas," are made in a wide variety of styles and ingredients. Soups can be made of chicken, beef, pork or be entirely vegetarian. Like soups from most countries in the world, Mexican soups consist of vegetables and meat floating in a flavored broth that can be salty, spicy or both. The good thing is that many Mexican restaurants serve at least one type of soup. If you are planning to try one of these soups for the first time, look for one of these four listed below. Read More