Chris earned his Bachelor's in English Literature in 2009 and is currently an MFA candidate in a writing program. When he isn't writing, he's cooking, playing on his computer, reading (usually nonfiction), spending time with his wife, playing with his cats, or working his day job.
Kitchen gadgets, as delightful and helpful as many of them are, can eat a lot of money and storage space over time. Before you invest in another item for your cooking space, consider the purchase with these three factors in mind. This will help you decide if the new addition is worth your time, money, and space or not. | Read More →Words: 579 Downloads: 0 Category: Cooking By: Chris Dixon
Many states in the U.S. require a permit or license to carry a handgun. If you're in that position, you may face a practical exam that takes place on an approved shooting range. If that's the case with you, these tips and suggestions will help you do your very best on the qualification range so that, at the end, you can proudly take home your carry permit. | Read More →Words: 577 Downloads: 0 Category: Outdoors By: Chris Dixon
Cheese dip does not have to be processed cheese food, canned junk, or pre-purchased stuff from the supermarket. With just five basic ingredients and fifteen minutes, you can make an amazing dip at home using just your stovetop, a saucepot, and a whisk. This 500-word article takes you through the process and offers suggestions for additional ingredients to personalize this snack that is sure to become a favorite at your future gatherings. | Read More →Words: 504 Downloads: 0 Category: Cooking By: Chris Dixon
When your Thanksgiving plans morph to include vegetarians, your traditional cooking may be problematic. How do you accommodate everyone at the table this holiday season? Fortunately, this 500-word article offers tips for making your meal a meatless, or at least mostly meatless, delight for everyone. | Read More →Words: 525 Downloads: 0 Category: Cooking By: Chris Dixon
In this convenience-food era, homemade biscuits from scratch seem like more work than they're worth. That's particularly true if you're new to cooking from scratch and are unsure of how to make your Grandma's always-perfect biscuits turn out just like they should. This 680-word article gives you five tips for making any good biscuit recipe turn out like it should every time! | Read More →Words: 685 Downloads: 0 Category: Cooking By: Chris Dixon
Anybody can start a blog. However, it takes dedication and smarts to make that blog successful. This 600-plus-word article offers tips for making your blog the best so that it will attract readers, keep them, and stand the tests of time. | Read More →Words: 634 Downloads: 4 Category: Blog Entries By: Chris Dixon
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