Super Bowl Beer Margaritas

Thursday, October 5, 2017
Beer Marg
It’s football season and what better way to spend it than with some of your best friends, favorite foods and some tasty cocktails. This spin on the classic margarita is a perfect recipe for a crowd. The blend of light beer and fresh lime juice are balanced by some store bought limeade…not a typical margarita ingredient we know but it works great here. The ease of this recipe allows you focus on the food, friends and of course…the game!

What You Will Need:

  • 12oz of quality silver tequila
  • 12oz quality light beer
  • 12oz water
  • 12oz of limeade concentrate (1 can)
  • Ice
  • Lime wedges



Pour everything in a large pitcher and stir very well until all ingredients are blended. Make sure to add a good amount of ice to keep everything as cold as possible. Taste and then add some fresh squeezed lime juice to your own preference. .  Pour into glasses with ice and salted rims and garnish with lime a lime wedge. This makes 6-8 servings. Enjoy the game!

College Prep: 5 New School Year, New You Apps.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Has it hit anyone else that it's almost time to go back to school? It's kind of unbelievable. A new school year can be stressful and intimidating, but have no fear because today TTW is going to share some great apps to jumpstart the New School Year, New You:

Mint: Mint is a personal finance app that syncs with your bank account making it easy to manage your money. It's clean and simple layout makes it extremely helpful with paying bills and budgeting. Plus you can even get your credit score and tips to improve it.
(Free)(Apple, Google Play, Amazon)

Elevate: Elevate is your own personal brain trainer. Everyday you are given three games that can test over 35 skills in these five categories writing, listening, speaking, reading, and math. As you improve your scores the games get more challenging. You can even see how you stack up against other Elevate users.
(Free-7.99/month for Pro)(Apple, Google Play)

3. Peak: Peak is another brain training. The games are scientifically-researched and designed to exercise cognitive processes. The app prompts you to play six daily games to exercise your cognitive abilities. The brain maps helps you compare yourself to others in your age group or profession and helps you challenge yourself.
(Free)(Apple, Google Play, Amazon)

4.Any.Do. AnyDo is the ultimate planning app. Plan anything from classes, exams, study sessions, shopping lists to vacations and family tasks with features like goal setting, collaboration (with spouses especially), synced up files (like Dropbox and photos), storage for ALL your lists and even voice entry. More than just a planner, you can break down each moment of your day – something that comes in handy during especially busy times. Users can also get a business version that helps you manage tasks with a team.
(Free)(Apple, Google Play)

5.Yummly: Yummly is a meal planning app. The whole process – finding new recipes, shopping for food and preparing it is all much more convenient and exciting with this app. Users can set preferences for customized recipes (good for picky eaters or those with dietary restrictions), and another cool feature is the ability to see what you can make with the ingredients you already have! If you’re a committed foodie, you’ll love that you can share recipes with the app too.
(Free)(Apple)(Google Play)

Do you use an app to keep you on track with your day?

How You Can Make The Kardashian's Favorite Salad at Home!

Monday, October 2, 2017
What comes to mind when you hear the name Kardashian? Butts? Kanye West? Fashion? Actually the most googled thing about the Kardashians is salad. Over the years fans of the show have been wondering about the salads the Kardashians eat and last year they revealed that one of their favorite places to get salads from was Health Nut in Woodland Hills, California. Here's how you can make it at home.


TTW Take on The Health Nut Chef Salad:
1 1/2 cups of Romaine lettuce, rinsed and chopped
I/4 cup of cucumbers
1 avocado
2 small roma tomatoes
1 boiled egg
1/3 cup of Shredded chicken (TTW recommends using rotisserie chicken or even leftover chicken breasts)
1 tbsp. of sunflower seeds
1/4 cup of alfalfa sprouts

Homemade Italian dressing
⅓ cup olive oil
3½ tablespoons vinegar (suggestions: salad, red wine, or balsamic)
2 tablespoons grated Romano cheese
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
¾ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon garlic powder

Combine the olive oil, vinegar, Romano cheese. sugar, salt, garlic powder in a small bowl. Set aside while you assemble salad. In a separate bowl combine the lettuce, sprouts, tomatoes, egg, cucumber, shredded chicken, sunflower seed and alfalfa sprouts. Toss the salad with dressing and serve.

What's your favorite salad? Share your recommendations/recipes below.

Hello, Nice to Meet You

Sunday, October 1, 2017
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