Chicken is America’s go-to dinner protein for many good reasons: It’s easy, affordable and popular with kids and adults alike.
And when you don’t add a ton of saturated fat or salt when you cook it, it’s a very healthy meat. The only problem with chicken being everyone’s go-to food is that it can get a little boring, especially if you make the same handful of chicken recipes every week.
If your chicken routine is getting a little ho-hum, wake it up with one of these delicious dishes, including stews, tacos, stir-fries, lighter Cajun pasta, and an oven-fried version of chicken nuggets. There’s enough variety here to make you want to eat chicken every night — and there’s no reason not to with dishes that are this nutritious and delicious!
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The commander of Boeing’s first astronaut flight has pulled himself off the crew so he’s on Earth — not at the International Space Station — for his daughter’s wedding next year.
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Their eight-month-old son Charlie was the guest of honour at the wedding of Jared Marshall, 40 and Gemma Lloyd, 32, in the Barrel Hall at Sirromet Wines by the lagoon at Mt Cotton, southeast of Brisbane, in February.
The Bulimba couple, who met online more than three years ago, opted for a semi-formal/smart-casual dress code for their 60 guests as it was too hot for people to be in their full suits.
Their honeymoon was a relaxing break in Byron Bay at the 28 Degrees hotel.
Gemma: It was at home during a quiet moment while we were getting ready to go out. It was very sweet, he just looked me in the eye and said, “You’re everything to me”.
If you’ve never planned a wedding before, the whole process can feel a bit overwhelming. You might be surprised to learn that even wedding professionals, who have planned and worked on hundreds of weddings, feel the same way when it comes to their own big day. Sure, they may have wedding planning ideas and tricks up their (very experienced) sleeves, but at the end of the day, they’re just brides and grooms like you. While some aspects of their own wedding planning journeys may be easier for vendors, other parts are actually more difficult.
We talked to three recently-married wedding pros—Alexa Infranca of Pure Lavish Events in Tustin, California, Kerri Johnson of Elle Loren & Co. in Richmond, Virginia, and Marisa Suárez-Orozco of Tropic of Flowers in Los Angeles, California—about their planning experiences, and asked them to share the wedding planning ideas and tips
Lydia and Ed met years ago while they were both DJs in the electronic music scene, and they hit it off immediately. The two never had a traditional relationship, so after Ed popped the question on their 10-year anniversary, a conventional wedding was out of the question. While planning for their 2018 big day, the couple decided to have a so-called “Hallo-wedding” and base their ceremony off the Tim Burton movie Corpse Bride. With help from their family home, which is situated on an idyllic lake in North Carolina, Lydia and Ed held their chilling (and charming) Halloween wedding in the comfort of their backyard. The soon-to-be bride requested dead and dried flowers for the bouquets and decided on a hauntingly beautiful dark purple and blue color scheme. The groom built the wedding’s arbor by hand, while Lydia’s stepmom and best friend decorated it with tea lights and butterflies.
The Wedding Present are set to release a new charity album made up of covers of James Bond themes.
‘Not From Where I’m Standing’, due out on December 4 via the Come Play With Me label, sees current and former members of the band taking on 20 classic Bond themes, all in aid of mental health charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
Speaking of the project, the band’s David Gedge said: “Where do ideas like this come from? Well, I can tell you that this one was born during a soundcheck in New Zealand, in 2013, when the band were playing around with the main melody of the classic Bond theme ‘You Only Live Twice’.
“And then came another idea. Each of the artists on this proposed compilation would be required to have a physical connection to Cinerama or The Wedding Present. I liked the unifying feel of that. I
Emme Maribel is tapping into the sweet bond she has with Jennifer Lopez while thinking about how to entertain at her mom’s upcoming wedding to Alex Rodriguez.
The 12-year-old budding singer and newly-minted children’s book author chatted with E! News for Monday’s episode of their Daily Pop series, revealing that she is still considering which song she might sing at the nuptials but has a few sentimental ideas in mind.
“One song that I think I would sing is a song that connects me and her, but I’m thinking of a song that would also connect her and Alex,” said the tween. “But one that connects me and her is, ‘You Are My Sunshine.’ “
“She sang that to me every day when I was little when I was going to sleep,” recalled Emme of Lopez, 51, with a big smile on her face.