Monday, April 21, 2014
Friday, April 18, 2014
Recently, Dominos announced a new innovative way the restaurant chain was going to serve its delicious chicken, calling it aptly enough, Specialty Chicken. The dish features a combination of toppings, sauces and cheeses layered over twelve bites of lightly breaded, whole breast white meat chicken. The four unique flavors offered include Crispy Bacon & Tomato, Spicy Jalapeno-Pineapple, Classic Hot Buffalo and Sweet BBQ Bacon. My family had the pleasure of tasting the crispy bacon & tomato and it was very good. In fact, you could even make a meal out of it for one person!
As you can see from the photos we took, there are just enough toppings on the chicken to enhance its tenderness and delicious, robust flavor. None of the ingredients overpowers the other and it was not greasy at all. The cheese had a smooth, mellow flavor that accented the texture of the crispy chicken underneath and was further enhanced by the firmness of the tomatoes . The bacon was also a great addition and was cooked perfectly. Again, you’d think that such a dish might off as greasy, what with all of the cheese and bacon, but that was not the case, and it was a welcome surprise.
Dominos really knocked it out of the park with this one and we can’t wait to order more over the weekend as a side dish to their pizzas, which we often prefer over other chains. Most likely we’ll have to order more than one, though, because our kids loved the chicken, too, and that’s no small feat when you have picky eaters.For more information or to order your own Specialty Chicken dish, please go to www.dominos.com.
While supplied with the item in the review, I was not otherwise compensated for this review. All opinions expressed are my own.
at 8:34 AM
Monday, April 14, 2014
About two years ago I decided I wanted to have cool nails. I have always been able to grow my own but, for some reason I fancied having fake nails so I could go have them done. I guess I was just getting lazy. I didn't feel like doing my nails anymore. So, I went and got acrylic nails put on.
Two weeks ago, I have decided I have had enough with the time and money it takes to keep these nails up. I wanted to go back to my own natural nails. Well, when you get them put on they don't tell you many things. Here are a few in case you didn't know:
1. Your nails will be damaged from having the fake ones on. I mean paper thin and damaged.
2. It takes forever to soak the things off. I was at the nail place for over two hours just getting them taken off.
3. You have to do something with your "own" nails after you take the fake ones off.
4. This all costs money and major upkeep.
5. I had to get a no chip manicure to keep my paper thin nails strong and from splitting.
I have been doing a no-chip manicure now just about every three weeks. My nails are still so thin. Every time I grow them out a little they seem to break. There is no way around this except for not putting on acrylic or gel nails.
My suggestion is, if you really want them put on only put them on for a short while or don't get them done at all. The damage that is does to your real nails is incredible and I am still waiting after all these months to find out how long it will take to get my real nails back in good shape.
at 11:32 AM
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Caillou has always been a big part of my daughters lives. All four of them have watched him and fallen in love with his TV show. He has always added learning and entertainment into my daughter's lives.
Caillou has been around since 2000. The show has ranked as one of the top 10 television series for preschoolers. Caillou has won several awards, including the Parent's Choice Award, in consecutive years.
The Caillou brand will be celebrating it's 25th anniversary and the show will be celebrating 15 years on the air in 2015. In honor of the brand's success they are coming out with a talking Caillou doll starting on April 1, 2014 and it will cost $34.99. There is also other apparel, books, and home videos that can be purchased online and in specialty stores nationwide.
The talking Caillou Doll has bright new school gear including a removable backpack and hat. The doll allows a whole new level of interaction between kids and Caillou. The doll offers ten educational interactions that will help spark children's creativity, including two quick and easy French words to learn and say.
I am lucky enough to be giving one of these wonderful dolls away!
at 8:16 AM
Friday, April 4, 2014
Thanks so much for stopping by! My name is Lydia and I am the crazy mother of four daughters that is behind this blog. I have been blogging on again off again since 2010 and just recently started my blog back up when I went back to work full time from being a stay at home Mom.
I try and write a variety of topics that pertain what is going on in my life and things that will keep you all coming back to read more. I also like to do product reviews and giveaways. Make sure to check out my giveaway going on right now! Calliou Talking Doll Giveaway!!
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