Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something BOO! These are our Top 10 favorite Kindie Halloween songs and they include new songs, classics, a cover, and a few that make you go BOO!
We love potatoes. Baked, mashed, fried, roasted, scalloped, boiled, you name it. This recipe is one of our favorite ways to prepare potatoes. We combine the freshness of green onions and Herbes de Provence with the comfort of cheese and the heartiness of potatoes to create a delicious side dish for any meal.
With a bright spirit, Smiles Ahead is both a wonderful introduction to the “Kindie” genre while still offering something new for the established “Kindie” fans. Smiles Ahead delivers on its promise of bringing smiles to everyone in your family.
There are times in your life when you look around and feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. There are times in your life when you look around and feel like you are on another planet. When you visit Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, on another planet . . .
A long time ago, in a galaxy far away, The Verve Pipe rose to national prominence with their hit song “The Freshmen”. Many years later, the Verve Pipe have found new success as one of the most creative, talented, and fun bands creating music both parents and children can enjoy.
Play Date, the husband and wife duo of Greg Attonito and Shanti Wintergate, paint their world with punk rock power chords and peppy pop vocals. Play Date’s second album, We All Shine, is a fun collection of tunes, like Ninja Pajamas, The Owl Song, and Cardboard Box, to make the whole family bounce, groove, and sway.
Our favorite way to prepare delicata squash is to enhance the natural sweetness of delicata squash with brown sugar and apple, balance with spiciness from chili and chipotle, and roast until the squash is soft and starts to caramelize.
Tim Kubart’s new album, Home, is a reflection of his pop spirit – fun, melodic, upbeat and always trying, sometimes a little too hard, to bring a smile n’ groove to his audience.