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Generated 6 days ago

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  • February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day

    When I was in college, I worked at a dry cleaner. I was there long enough to get to know several of the regular customers. Quite often some would linger and strike up some great conversations and some would share wonderful stories. One elderly gentleman did this most times he came in. He knew enough … Continue reading February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day →

  • This Valentine’s Day, Start Taking Care of Your Heart

    This Valentine’s Day, Start Taking Care of Your Heart A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far…wait, that’s another story…humans believed that the heart was the center of all our emotions.  This had to do with the fact that the heart, more-or- less, is in the center of our bodies and that all … Continue reading This Valentine’s Day, Start Taking Care of Your Heart →

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
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Generated 1 week ago

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  • The Rich and Flavorful History of Soul Food

    Please, when I mention soul food, do not think only of the food marketed by some older gentleman parading as a colonel from Kentucky.  Soul food, as I discovered while researching this post, is so much more than just fried chicken, corn bread, and sweet potato pie.  Although those dishes do play a role, they … Continue reading The Rich and Flavorful History of Soul Food →

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • How to Keep that New Year’s Resolution for the Entire Year

    As you probably know, making a New Year’s resolution is easy, keeping it…well, that’s where things get difficult.  A recent study found that 80% of New Year’s resolutions are toast by mid-February, and since it is now mid-January, we here at MagicKitchen.com thought we’d help you become one of the 20% who carry their resolution … Continue reading How to Keep that New Year’s Resolution for the Enti...

  • Super Healthy Eating Ideas for the Super Busy (aka all of us)

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, I’ve heard it all before, from friends, spouse and especially from my inner-monologue (if you have an inner-dialogue, seek professional help).  And what I’ve heard from these people this person (me) with delusions of self-importance is, “I’m waaaay too busy to take time out of my day to prepare, cook and serve … Continue reading Super Healthy Eating Ideas for the Super Busy (aka ...

  • Quit Messin’ Around: How to Eat Healthier in 2017

    Yes, devoted reader, it’s time to set yourself up for failure once again by making a non-specific (eat healthier) and unattainable (cut out ALL junk food) New Year’s resolution.  Those two reasons, setting broad and impossible to achieve goals, are why 92% of all resolutions made are doomed to failure. Look, a resolution is nothing … Continue reading Quit Messin’ Around: How to Eat Healthier in 20...

  • A Free EBook for Seniors: Merry Christmas!

    Yeah, I know, age is nothing but a number.  However, my 22-year-old self might not feel the same way about that statement as my 51-year-old self does.  My 22-year-old self never had to get up to pee in the middle of the night (occasionally more than once). He never worried about his continually rising “muffin … Continue reading A Free EBook for Seniors: Merry Christmas! →

  • Gift Guide eBook for Free!

    Are you looking for that perfect gift for the hard to shop for person? Check out the great ideas inside the informative eBook: Gifts for All Seasons from MagicKitchen.com. You will discover some ingenious ideas for every occasion and other special events in your life. Here are a few things you will find to get … Continue reading Gift Guide eBook for Free! →

  • It’s time to Plan Your Christmas Dinner…Let us Help.

    Every father is known for conveying little nuggets of wisdom to their children.  You know, those short little sayings they stole from someone (most likely their own fathers) or created on the spur of the moment.  Short, pithy witticisms such as, “If you don’t stand for something you’ll fall for anything.” or “Sometimes you gotta … Continue reading It’s time to Plan Your Christmas Dinner…Let us Hel...

  • Holiday Tips for Seniors

    It’s that time of year again. The time of year when families come together to spend the Winter Holidays celebrating. In November, we enjoy a huge meal giving thanks for the truly wonderful people and things in our lives. This is quickly followed by another family gathering complete with gift giving and delicious goodies in … Continue reading Holiday Tips for Seniors →

  • For Your Christmas Gift List, Go Unique.

    As you contemplate what to get your friends, family and coworkers for Christmas, why not avoid the bland, boring, perfunctory, and/or plain?  Nothing says “I refuse to put any serious thought or effort into my gift decision making process,” than a $50 gift card or a tie or cash.  This year, take a risk and … Continue reading For Your Christmas Gift List, Go Unique. →

  • Sweat the Small Stuff: 5 Small Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Life.

    Yeah, I know the quote is usually “DON’T sweat the small stuff,” but sometimes the small stuff matters.  If you think about it, our entire lives are comprised of “small stuff,” in the form of the thousands of decisions we make on a daily basis.  Should I eat just one more?  Binge watch The Walking … Continue reading Sweat the Small Stuff: 5 Small Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Life. →

  • February is American Heart Month

    It was 1964 when Lyndon B. Johnson established the month of February as the official American Heart Month. Medicine has come a long way since that decision was made. Doctors were making the connection between heart disease and contributing factors such as high cholesterol, smoking, and not living an active lifestyle. These days, medical professionals … Continue reading February is American Heart M...

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 months ago

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  • Enjoying the Single Life and Meals for One

    There has been quite a bit of recent attention devoted to the benefits of living alone (remember, being alone is NOT the same as being lonely). Studies now reveal that one in four households in America contain only a single individual and in Manhattan that ratio jumps to one in two. This growing popularity in … Continue reading Enjoying the Single Life and Meals for One →

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Picky, Picky, Picky

    Picky eaters…we all have either been one, will be one, or know someone who is currently picky about what they eat. There are so many different factors that make people picky eaters. They could have started life just not liking the flavor of much, maybe the textures of certain foods drive them away, or maybe … Continue reading Picky, Picky, Picky →

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • The History of Meal Delivery

    I learned to cook when I was a young teenager. My dad was a wiz in the kitchen and he taught me how to make great meals. Like he did, I taught my children their way around a kitchen. They are much better than I am at some recipes. Home cooked meals are truly fantastic, … Continue reading The History of Meal Delivery →

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

MagicKitchen.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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