Two Delicious Caramel-Apple Recipes for Fall

Fall is officially here. What better way to celebrate the season than with some crunchy, sticky caramel apples? You can make caramel apples at home with just a few ingredients. Here are two different recipes to try: one that makes classic caramel apples and another that results in more unique, rocky road–style caramel apples. Classic Caramel Apples Ingredients: 4 tart apples, such as Granny Smith or Cortland 30 soft caramel candies, unwrapped 2 tablespoons milk Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with waxed paper.

Ditch The Sour Old Coffee And Soda Machines For More Enjoyable Office Break Room Beverages

One way to make your employees more grateful for working at your company is to make the beverages in the break room more enjoyable. Instead of providing stale coffee that sits on the burner all day, cans of soda, and maybe a big plastic water dispenser, you should try some more interesting beverages. Here are four interesting beverages to stock up on that your employees will love. Organic Bottled Juices

Store Your K-Cups with Great Taste in Mind

What's more convenient than having a Keurig? In the world of coffee, probably nothing. With an at-home brewing station you can simply toss your k-cup in your machine and watch your freshly brewed coffee pour out. While the machine does the work, the quality of the coffee has a lot to do with the actual k-cup. Make sure you're storing your cups with high quality in mind. An Agitation-Free Zone

Learning To Love Chinese Food

If you haven't tried Chinese food or are afraid to try, you might feel left out when friends go to the Chinese buffet without you. Sadly, you're also missing out on some unique and delicious meals. That's why you should learn how to love Chinese food following this simple guide. Try Out Some Great "Starter" Dishes Getting used to the unique taste of Chinese food often requires trying out some easier dishes.

Say 'Aloha' To Autumn With A Fall Luau

An ideal way to welcome the cooler weather of autumn and host one last big bash before winter is with a luau. These Hawaiian-inspired parties are a great way to enjoy the mild temperatures before you move your entertaining indoors. Some things that can contribute to a great luau include: Dress-code. Encourage guests to wear their boldest prints and tropical ensembles, and consider offering prizes for the best Hawaiian attire. Buy or makeleis and set them up near the door where each guest can take one as they enter your luau venue.