With Thanksgiving on the horizon, keep things festive by doing holiday activities with the family you are blessed to have with you in your home. What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than to make a turkey?
Arts and crafts projects are fun and productive ways to while away a lazy afternoon and they can help keep the kids occupied as the adults try to get their own work done. They’re even better when the creations demand no trip to specialty stores for the purchase of expensive materials.
‘Tis the season for giving gifts, and the folks to remember are many. Teachers, neighbors, coworkers and countless others have lightened your load over this past, not-so-easy year, so why not show your thanks with inexpensive yet thoughtful gifts that easily come together from materials you just might have on hand?
My bulgogi recipe is a very simple dish to make, it takes a small bit of preparation and then a quick fry. The best bit is you can keep the sauce for months, I tend to make it up in batches and then add a little to the meat I want to use.