No matter our age, we’re all kids at heart. That, or we have kids — or both. But either way, fun is always something you should have in life. And how do I like to have fun? In every way possible. Like for instance ..
Eating my sandwiches in dinosaur shaped pieces.
Yes, I will admit that I own a dinosaur sandwich cutter:
EVRIHOLDER DYNOBYTES SANDWICH CRUST CUTTER
This sandwich cutter is so great. I love bringing my peanut butter and Nutella sandwiches to work and showing off my lunch. Yes, I’m a proud sandwich crust cutter — and you should be, too. If dinosaurs aren’t exactly your style, try these on for size:
CRITTER CUTTERS SANDWICH CUTTERS
MATCH & MUNCH PUZZLE SANDWICH CUTTERS
STAR WARS SANDWICH CUTTERS (w/ Vintage Style Tin!)
Trust me, once you cut your sandwich you’ll never want to eat a boring, mediocre, average shaped PB&J again!
When was the last time you had a family movie night? “Movie nights” are one of the great pastimes that have slowly faded with the increasing popularity of video games, cable television, the Internet, etc. This goes right along with eating together as a family at the dinner table and family outings on the weekends. Kids are getting too busy — hanging with friends, going to the mall, going away for the weekend. But family movie nights are a great way to get the bunch of you together for one night of quality time. If that”s not enough, our lady Martha Stewart has some great treat ideas to entice your family (click each picture to get the recipe):
Heads up everyone! There is only a month until Thanksgiving. That”s it. A month. Not sure about you, but Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday. In fact, lately I”ve been finding myself honestly dreaming about turkey dinner and hallucinating the scent of turkey and gravy. A problem? No — I just call it anticipation.
And because November 24th will be here sooner than you realize, now is the time to start figuring out your dinner plans. Who”s house this year? What to bring? Meanwhile, I”ll be listing off the usual dishes present at my favorite feast of the year: