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How to repurpose a pack and play! Cut the mesh from one side, cover the top with a fitted sheet, put in some blankets and a few throw pillows and you have a nice reading spot, a cute tent, or a portable toddler bed.

How to repurpose a pack and play! Cut the mesh from one side, cover the top with a fitted sheet, put in some blankets and a few throw pillows and you have a nice reading spot, a cute tent, or a portable toddler bed.

The Best Swedish Meatballs are smothered in the most amazing rich and creamy gravy.  The meatballs are packed with such delicious flavor.  You will quickly agree these are the BEST you have ever had!  The countdown until school starts is happening at our house.  We have been SO busy getting ready.  My oldest is starting Jr …

The Best Swedish Meatballs are smothered in the most amazing rich and creamy gravy. The meatballs are packed with such delicious flavor. You will quickly agree these are the BEST you have ever had! The countdown until school starts is happening at our house. We have been SO busy getting ready. My oldest is starting Jr …

Every week, we're delivering five easy-to-make, insanely delicious dinners, so you can put that takeout habit on hold.

Every week, we're delivering five easy-to-make, insanely delicious dinners, so you can put that takeout habit on hold.

You Have To Make This Invisible Apple Cake To Wow All Your Friends

You Have To Make This Invisible Apple Cake To Wow All Your Friends

Japan's omurice, which also goes by the names omumeshi and omuraisu, is an addictive dish of fried rice served with an omelette. It's surprisingly easy to make at home. In this recipe, inspired by a version served at a restaurant in Ehime Prefecture, Japan, the rice is fried with cabbage and diced pork belly or bacon, then tossed with sweet-savory okonomiyaki sauce. (The sauce is typically served with the Japanese pancake that's also called okonomiyaki, but here it gets to play a ...

Japan's omurice, which also goes by the names omumeshi and omuraisu, is an addictive dish of fried rice served with an omelette. It's surprisingly easy to make at home. In this recipe, inspired by a version served at a restaurant in Ehime Prefecture, Japan, the rice is fried with cabbage and diced pork belly or bacon, then tossed with sweet-savory okonomiyaki sauce. (The sauce is typically served with the Japanese pancake that's also called okonomiyaki, but here it gets to play a ...