This post is in partnership with GIANT Food Stores. All opinions are my own. There is so much to remember and pack when you are traveling with your family. This is how we pack a mini medication kit for travel. It is so simple you will wonder why you don’t cary one with you even when you are not traveling. We recently traveled to London and Paris with our kids for over two weeks and I was a bit concerned about what we were going to do if we needed over the counter medication. Especially in France.
Being from Maryland I know they only way to make Maryland crab soup is with Old Bay. There is no other way. This is a bowl of Chesapeake Bay comfort food. Full of vegetables and tender crab meat this soup has all the flavors my family loves. Ladle me another bowl and pass the extra Old Bay. Last week we had our annual crab feed at the house. We invite a bunch of people, order almost 2 bushels of Maryland blue crabs, eat and enjoy a good time.
This post is brought to you by Savings.com. All opinions are my own. Make this super easy recipe in your crock pot. Slow cooker black bean soup is packed with protein and full of flavor. This delicious soup is vegan, vegetarian and gluten free. This is a comforting recipe that will fill your home with mouth watering fragrances as it cooks. With football season here this is a great recipe to have on hand for all your football parties.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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