Month: November 2013

The Way Things Are

The Way Things Are

by Jenna Hoffman I was ready to move out of my parents’ house long before I actually did. By the time I was eighteen, my family was practically begging me to leave. My mom and I argued more often than not, my dad and I…

BYU/UVU Food Drive

BYU/UVU Food Drive

By Rebecca Hamson The holiday season revolves around food in our society, yet there are so many people who have hardly any, let alone the excess that the rest of us are blessed with. Brigham Young University has teamed up with Utah Valley University, Community…

Pumpkin Pie Cake

Pumpkin Pie Cake

Spice up your Thanksgiving with a new pumpkin twist. Your family will love this delicious pumpkin recipe, and the best part is—it’s easier than pie.

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I’m Afraid to Be a Mom

I’m Afraid to Be a Mom

I went to a baby shower last weekend and I couldn’t help but think how fun it would be to have a baby of my own. Actually, every time I’m around kids (which isn’t actually that often), I find myself thinking this. But then I…

Eat Like a Pilgrim

Eat Like a Pilgrim

By Sydnee Bowler Around this time of year, it can be tempting to skip straight from Halloween’s trick-or-treating to Christmas’s caroling and tree decorating, but “Eat Like a Pilgrim” at Thanksgiving Point helps us to remember to celebrate that often-forgotten holiday in between, Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving…

Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup

by Lindsay Sandberg

With winter setting in, nothing sounds better than a rich soup. This butternut squash soup recipe is delicious. Using an immersion blender makes the process even simpler. Enjoy!

 

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What Bees Buzz about Relationships

What Bees Buzz about Relationships

By Jerrick Robbins When I lived at home, my dad often enlisted my help on certain household projects. My mom called it his “Honey do“ list, although it wasn’t really a list. She would simply call out, “Honey, do this” or “Honey, do that.” My dad…

Savoring the Holiday Season

Savoring the Holiday Season

By Aimee Hancock As my fingers scrape the bottom of the candy bucket (yes, it’s only a few days after Halloween, but I’m a college student who has to eat something to stay awake while studying), I feel a little sad that Halloween is over,…