Last Reply by RickieB | Started by Pat James Dementri in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities
It is a fall tradition with our family since I was a kid that my mom would make apple cake for us.
A few thoughts:
Macintosh apples work the best but apples picked from a trip to the orchard are the most fun!
Do not tightly wrap this cake because it is too moist so we always just placed a tea towel over it.
Add the powder sugar at the last minute.
My mom has experimented with ripe pears and walnuts instead of apples, so have fun with this recipe!
As you can see my mom's recipe card is well loved...
Pick or buy Macintosh apples or a similar apple so that they cook... Continue Reading
Last Reply by humps | Started by Pat James Dementri in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends
Fashionably Early has a new look and we want YOU to be a part of our social. Each week we hope to ask a question or solicit for engaging photos and show some of these on air. We were thrilled to have over 368 people respond on both Jayne’s and my Facebook page when we asked:
What time do you usually wake up?
… Here are a few of the fun responses.. thank you!
Sharon Alexander: Usually around 5 a.m. The cats don't know I'm retired! Glad there will be a Fashionably Late. Most of the fashion shows are at impossible times for those of us in the West.
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Last Reply by Sooner | Started by Pat James Dementri in Kitchen & Food Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
Nikki has been blessed with so many opportunities with her dance. This is the second year that she has volunteered along with other dancers and instructors at her dance studio for an outreach program.
This outreach program is sponsored by the nonprofit group of parents and volunteers... Our dancers, instructors and parents have a chance to give back to our community for one week with a dance camp! Our guest dancers are from the local shelter and ranged in age from 9 to 11, both boys and girls. The kids had a chance to learn to dance salsa, hip hop, tap and contemporary modern...
My family ev... Continue Reading
Last Reply by HappyMiss37 | Started by Pat James Dementri in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
What a week it's been! With moving and getting Nicole settled, we took some downtime to get crafty. Nikki and I wanted to share a fun and inexpensive way to decorate a college dorm room... Grab your coupon and go to the craft store for a few supplies! You'll need some basics... A glue gun, paint, different size canvases and fun sparkles...
Grey stripes are created by painting a canvas....create your stripes by using scotch tape and add special touches like flowers.
Another fun idea is using your initials. You can print out letters and tape them down to block the paint on your... Continue Reading
Last Reply by izabellasgrandmom | Started by Pat James Dementri in Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends, Mom to Mom Blogs
A long time ago someone told me that I would be able to tell time by the age of my child...that same person told me that I would never know a love so strong as the love for my child...
The birth of your baby is always a miracle and I had lots of support at the Q as the stork arrived a few times in the same year...Within a few months, MaryBeth had Ryan, Jane had Cara, Donna(retired host) had Anna and I had Nicole...First I should shout out to my boss Jack Comstock for not even flinching when I was the fourth host to tell him that I was expecting...Dan who never even noticed th... Continue Reading
Last Reply by snickster | Started by Pat James Dementri in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities
Tomatoes, tomatoes everywhere! Let's share our recipes... Here is my family tradition of tomato pie using my homegrown Jersey tomatoes.....
Tasty Tomato Pie
(1) 9-inch deep dish pie shell
3 medium tomatoes, sliced
3/4 cup prosciutto or pastrami, pull into pieces sprinkle of basil
1/4 tsp of dried oregano
Dash of black pepper to taste
1 cup provolone or your favorite cheese
1/4 cup of mayonnaise
1/8 tsp of nutmeg
Preheat oven to 425 degrees
Bake the shell for 5 minutes and remove...
Arrange tomato slices on bottom of shell. Add pastrami or prosci... Continue Reading
Started by Pat James Dementri in Electronics Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends
In the upcoming month, we will be starting some exciting new initiatives with Fashionably Early and so I thought I would quiz my friends on their favorite way to post photos to Facebook.
Click below to vote.
<a href="http://polldaddy.com/poll/8212357/">What are you using to post pictures to Facebook?</a>
(You may select more than one item and if you vote “Other”, please let us know what you use in the comment section at the bottom of the page.)
I am still amazed about how Facebook has evolved and become such an important part of how I connect with my f... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Jackrabbitt | Started by Pat James Dementri in For the Home Talk, Candles, Hosts & Personalities
Welcome to my home!
My style can be described as lived in and well loved! My house is filled with special memories and lots of QVC products...I hope you will accept my invitation and keep me company in my home...
My front door is always adorned with a wreath..this happens to be a gift from my sister Deb and I added a Bethlehem light string lights to the wreath...you will have to come visit during the holidays to see my decorations...
I have not only a guard dog, Misty to greet you but Catdog can be found on the steps ready to great you...she has been known to growl at... Continue Reading
Last Reply by NanaS | Started by Pat James Dementri in In the Garden, Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends
One of my favorite hobbies is gardening… My favorite part of gardening is planting all of the gorgeous flowers and fun plants... I have to literally stop myself from over planting. The only thing that is slowing me down is all the aches and pains from carrying the dirt! I obviously have a helper so I have to situate my pots and cubes so that Misty can manage to navigate the back yard..Lol…
I spend hours building my pots, garden boxes and under planting my lime and rose trees... I always try to remember that I need to have a focal point, filler and trailing pl... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Snowangel3 | Started by Pat James Dementri in Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends, Mom to Mom Blogs
Well the month of June is finally here and I am hoping that we can share ideas to help make graduation memories… I found some ideas that I was going to use for Nicole’s graduation and I am hoping you can give me some additional ideas!
My mom and I decorated multi-colored mason jars for table decorations.. I placed tags on them spelling out 2014...we also added decorative pebbles to anchor the graduation caps on the sticks...I love the adorable candy grad caps! The day before we will take the lollipop sticks and take mini Reese peanut butter cups and pieces of choc... Continue Reading