This year's Thanksgiving is barely two days away, and like all other Thanksgivings before it, there is going to be lots and lots of food. Probably more food than you and your guests can handle, err....eat; from the leftover turkey and tantalizing pieces of pumpkin pie to a plate or two of sweet taters. So, … Continue reading 4 Creative Uses for Leftover Sweet Potatoes…..The Nigerian Style!
Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and it's time to share my secret recipe for Peanut Pie. It's rich, decadent. In the South, we have a saying when something's this good: "Slap Yo Mama!". This pie is so rich, so decadent, and so satisfying it makes me want to cry when I take a bite.
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, it was time to come up with a plan for what our dinner table will look like. I decided to see if I could create a tablescape without buying a thing and just using what I have on hand. Being partial to blue and white, I began with […] … Continue reading A Blue & White Thanksgiving Table That Didn’t Cost A Penny!
After a long, hot summer followed by a long, hot fall, it's finally begun to cool down here in the coastal region of North Carolina. This is the time of year that I love. There's a cool nip in the air, yet it isn't freezing cold. It's the perfect time to get out in the yard. This is the perfect time to tackle these 5 essential jobs to get your yard ready for winter.
Take a plunge into a pool of deep blue in 2018! Sherwin-Williams recently announced that their 2018 color of the year is "Oceanside." This rich blue is saturated with tones of green that make this gorgeous color easy to use in any room of the home.
As Thanksgiving approaches, we at DIY Home & Garden have a whole lot to be grateful for. In the spirit of gratitude and appreciation, we tantalized our female readers last week with tons and tons of decorating and arranging ideas for the Thanksgiving table. Curious and a 'little bit' interested in how it all went … Continue reading 6 Gorgeous Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas
When the weather turns cold, this easy, cheesy grilled ham and potato soup warms the body and feeds hungry appetites.
If you’re a green-fingered garden lover, winter can be a hard time for you. But you don’t just have to gaze longingly at your seeds and pictures of blooming plants online. There are a few hardy fruits and vegetables that can be sown in greenhouses throughout the colder months. Growth can be slow for some, and others may be ready to harvest in spring, but these seven plants will keep you busy when there’s frost on the ground.
Try one of these 3 easy dry rubs for your Thanksgiving turkey!
If you’re lucky enough to have a garage, you know it’s a great place to store all sorts of household and lawn items. But more often than not, the garage is the first place in the home to become a cluttered, disorganized mess. It’s not a joke that the garage is a dumping ground for the random items you have acquired over time.