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The last two weeks have been so dramatic here in Bermuda, weather-wise. We had a tropical storm and a hurricane in a space of seven days that just seemed to come out of nowhere. This hurricane season had been quiet until the last week. I have been here five years and these two storms have been the worst that I have seen. The first one was Tropical Storm Fay on Sunday, October 12. No one took this storm seriously. We did not close all the shutters or bring in anything that the...

Mushroom Rice Pilaf

Plain rice is so boring. We have rice at least once a week largely because it is a safe option in our home, its one of those things that I know everyone will eat.  I try different things with rice all the time. A few weeks ago I saw The Pioneer Woman make mushroom rice pilaf, it looked so easy so I decided to try it. The Pioneer Woman is like my friend in my head, love everything about her show.   Princess KwangwareI am a mom, wife and writer of this blog where I share recipes...

Easy Pasta Bake

My husband does not like pasta or cheese so we do not get to that often at home. It is just not his favourites, he is a more rice and beef guy. I on the other hand love pasta and cheese. When we go out I usually choose that. I really wish I could cook pasta more often especially because pasta is budget friendly. This recipe is really easy and uses things that you most likely have at home. I all for recipes that use inexpensive and easy to find ingredients.   Princess KwangwareI...

About-Breast-Cancer-Touch-Look-Check-Signs-To-Look-For

October is breast cancer awareness month and the world over there are many events that are organised to raise funds to search for the cure and just to raise awareness of the disease.  It seems that, these days you see more and more women surviving this disease especially in the developed countries. I think this has to do with easy access to health care providers compared with the rest of the world. In Zimbabwe, breast cancer is not something that is talked about openly, mostly...

Peach Applesauce

My son is now seven months old. We now have somewhat of a routine which we follow everyday except for the days we have to leave the house. I am not militant about it either and that works just fine for me. Mornings are almost always the same, we wake up, have breakfast, take a bath and then Leo takes his morning nap.  Lunch is around one and dinner between six and seven.The only day this changes is on Saturday when we go to church. Our bedtime routine is set but its difficult...

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