I just wanted to share this fond childhood memory of watching Shirley Temple sing
Pogo is a great place for free online games. Sometimes we all need to take a break from the hustle and bustle and have a little fun! There are even games for foodies! When you go the website you will see a menu. Click on “Games” then use the search box on the right side of the page to type in “Diner” or “Restaurant” and you will soon be taken to a list of games with food in them.
Here are a few games I found. All of these games are free to try.
Bilbo’s Four Corners Of The World -Run restaurants and win the heart of your true love!
Diner Dash:® Hometown Hero™ -Help Flo restore shabby hometown restaurants to their former glory!
Ski Resort Mogul – Save your aunt’s struggling ski resort by building hotels, shops, and restaurants!
Kitchen Brigade – Open and manage 7 new restaurants to win a reality TV competition!
Youda Sushi Chef -Sushi, Sashimi, Sake – build a restaurant empire and become the sushi master!
Youda Marina – Create and operate your own tropical marina with restaurants, resorts, and exotic excursions!
Burger Bustle – Build a booming restaurant chain strategically selling burgers, ice cream, and more!
Diner Dash – Help Flo the former stock broker grow her fledgling diner to a five star restaurant.
Diner Dash Seasonal Snack Pack – Enjoy the first five episodes plus five new restaurants.
Take some time to do something for the holidays that is fun and free!
During the holidays, we usually have time off to watch movies we missed or watch movies we just love to see over and over again. Columbia House is offering 3 DVDs for $1 each with membership, plus shipping and processing.
Here are 10 great movies about food that we foodies might like:
- Julie and Julie (2009) [Columbia]
- Eat, Pray, Love (2010)
- Ratatouille (2007), …
- Moonstruck (1987) [MGM]
- Chungking Express (1994), …)
- Good Eats (1999), …)
- Like Water for Chocolate (1992) [Miramax]
- Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) [Paramount]
- Soul Food (1997) [Twentieth-Century Fox]
- Fried Green Tomatoes (1991) [Universal]
- Eat Drink Man Woman (1994) [Samuel Goldwyn]
The holidays are a great opportunity for the family to eat together, but don’t it be the last time. Make a commitment to eating together as many times as possible.
And those who never had the family meals sitting around the table together, consider creating a new tradition in your family and experience the benefits and joys.