31 January 2014

Recipe: Stuffed Zucchini

Stuffed Zucchini
I found this yummy recipe on www.food.com! My hubby loved it--so I thought I would share it! It was super easy to make!

What you need: 
3 zucchini

2 tablespoons onions, minced
2 tablespoons garlic, minced
3 tablespoons butter
1 cup soft breadcrumbs
1/2 cup Tomato, cooked
salt and pepper
parmesan cheese, optional

Directions:

1. Boil the zucchini for 10 minutes.
2. Cut zucchini in halves and scoop out the middle. 
3. Cook Onion, Garlic and Tomato for 2-3 minutes.
4. Mix zucchini and the rest of the ingredients.
5. Stuff the zucchini and bake at 350 F oven for 15 minutes.
6. Top with Cheese and serve! 


Read more here!
30 January 2014

Journalists Bundle Up with Huggabeans


Constance Jones Covering the 2007 Ice Storm in OKC




While most of the country battles historic arctic temperatures, news and weather reporters are left shivering in the cold.  It’s all a part of the job!  But when wind chills are below freezing, news crews have to find a way to keep warm! For the past 6 years, I've been lucky to enjoy 80 degree temperatures during South Florida's winters. But it wasn't always that way--here's a clip of my Ice Storm Coverage from KOCO ABC!
Courtney Gousman
When out in the field,  CBS 2 Chicago Reporter Courtney Gousman bundles up with a big coat and Huggabeans
Scott Padgett

If he’s not in the studio, Meteorologist Scott Padgett from KTVT CBS in Dallas wears Huggabeans!

Jamie McGriff

Memphis News Reporter Jamie McGriff rocked this red scarf and hat set—keeping warm and fashionable while delivering the news!
Sean Muserallo

Here’s an image from WYFF-TV News Reporter Sean Muserallo – ready for the Polar Vortex!  The crochet scarf and beanie kept him warm!! 


For those who LOVE these hats-- feel free to check out Huggabeans-- and click on the Huggabeans for Adults LINK!


28 January 2014

Craft Your Heart Out

There's no better excuse than Valentine's Day to get your friends together for some crafting fun. Last week, I attended Craft Your Heart Out hosted by Amber of Damask Love!  She did an amazing job teaching us Paper Crafts with the Conversations Heart Party D├ęcor by Minted!
Constance Jones with Amber Kemp-Gerstel

There were several crafting projects-including this adorable candy valentine treat bag! 
1. We filled up clear plastic baggies with M&M's
2. We were each given pre-cut pieces of paper measuring about 3 inches by 8 inches
3. Using the scalloped edge blade, we created trim at the top of our baggie
4. We also created an O for the opening of the baggie
5.  After we stapled the candy baggies and folded the paper to form the bag. Finish it off with a pretty piece of twine!
Having too much fun with the Die-Cut Machine!
 Along with the fun crafts there were plenty of yummy treats! Check out these amazing Valentine themed goodies!
Eat You Heart Out- How Cute Is This Table Display

Little Beets- Cut into Hearts!
Yummy Treats-- "Shot Through the Heart"
Cute "Sips" signs from Minted.com!
Eat Your Heart Out-- Yummy Red Velvet Cake in a Jar!
Sugar Heaven!
Amber totally outdid herself with the party favors bag! Look at all these amazing product! 
What are you crafty ideas for Valentine's Day?