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I'm a blogger, media specialist, and most importantly... mother of two! I operate my own business, Media Maven, specializing in media relations, video production, writing, blogging, and event & on-air hosting.

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Colors to Wear for New Years

Metallics and green. Those are the colors the fashion experts are saying you should wear on New Year’s Eve. Hey, I know at the time of this posting it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but I’m a Christmas and New Year’s girl. (Thanksgiving… not so much.) Colors to...

Hoppin John Recipe

Hopping John, or Hoppin John, was introduced in the US by the hands of slaves in the southern states and the low country areas. The dish can be enjoyed with side salads like kale, broccoli, cabbage, beet, or turnip. Hoppin John Recipe Hoppin John Recipe Preparation Time...

Orange Roughy Recipe

Orange Roughy is a marine fish that is found in various parts of the world.  These fish have firm flesh and a mild flavor which makes it compatible with many herbs, vegetables, and grains. The easy adaptability of this fish, either in fillets or in being skinned,...

Scrapple Recipe

Scrapple can be served in multiple ways – sweet, plain, or savory. This scrapple recipe dates back to the European region during the pre-Roman era and is a descendant of a dish from the Low German-speaking area known as Panhas. Scrapple Recipe Scrapple Recipe Preparation Time A...

Posole Recipe

The New Year is just around the corner… and many celebrate the New Year with the traditional Mexican dish of Posole, or Pozole. This posole recipe is cooked in two parts- the meat and the thick soup. It’s best served with a garnish, cilantro, shredded cheese, or...

Tembleque Recipe

My mom is from Puerto Rico, so this recipe is very fitting for the Christina All Day blog. This Puerto Rican pudding is made of coconuts with a combination of spices, flavors, and rum to spice it up. The dessert is served and loved equally in all...

Haluski Recipe

Haluski is a food that contains a mix of many components like noodles that are thick and soft along or dumplings along with many kinds of vegetables. Haluski is consumed all over the world. In each region, the original recipe is tweaked with local ingredients making the...

Bierocks Recipe

Oktoberfest is still in the air after October for many foodies. The greatest beer festival in Germany is coveted in almost all corners of the world. Food has an equal part in this festival just like the drinks. One of the favorite items is Bierocks. Bierocks are...

Bisquick Shortcake Recipe

In our house, Saturday’s are pancake mornings in the Nicholson household. My husband uses this recipe to bake them from scratch, but you can’t think of pancakes without thinking of Bisquick. This Bisquick shortcake recipe can be traced back in history during the late 16th century. The...

Latke Recipe

With fall here, the Jewish community is actively prepping for Hanukkah… or the Festival of Lights. This Jewish festival remains practically imperfect without this Latke recipe. Latkes are like crisp potato pancakes that are served in nearly every Jewish family during Hanukkah. Latke Recipe Latke Recipe Preparation...

Giblet Gravy Recipe

Need some gravy to go with that turkey? Maybe your mashed potatoes? Here is a giblet gravy recipe to help you prepare the dish at home and enjoy the special treat. Giblet Gravy Recipe Giblet Gravy Recipe Ingredients Turkey giblets – 1 Salt – ½ teaspoon Chicken...