I have a confession to make. I HATE reunions. It's not that I'm antisocial, but I just don't see the point in getting together once every decade with people who only want to see me once every decade.
What am I, Haley's Comet?
If you really like me (that's a really short list) you'll see me more often than every time the year ends in zero. Why? Because I'm just so damned charming. So of course, this is just a setup to tell you that I broke my rule and actually attended a reunion (finger wag at ME) against my better judgment.
What reunion was it?
The WHAT isn't really important. It's the WHY that matters to me. Let's just call it the, People-Who-Meet-Every-Ten-Years (PWMETY) reunion. See, right now you know it's stupid because the acronym sucks.
How bad could it be? We figured we'd see some of the old gang. Have a couple of laughs and beat it out of there before they realized we didn't bid on anything in the silent auction.
By now you've probably seen the Facebook cooking videos that feature disembodied hands cooking a simple recipe in double-time. Have you dared try any of these recipes yet?
If you've ever attempted a Pinterest craft only to have it turn out looking like your toddler did it, you might be skeptical about these quick cooking videos. Try some of the following, though, because they feature great recipes with clear directions and end results that are worth the work in the kitchen!
Greek Yogurt Dip
Everyone's definition of "easy" in the kitchen is different. Tasty's Greek Yogurt Dip is easy even for a kitchen novice, and it creates the perfect appetizer for a dinner party or a barbecue. All you do is mix a few ingredients into Greek yogurt, cut up your favorite veggies, and present them nicely on a platter. It's simple enough to view on your smartphone while you're cooking. Prop up the five-inch screen of your Samsung Galaxy S7 in your kitchen for easy viewing, and get started!