Travel with Less Stress: Holiday Travel Tips

Travel with Less Stress: Holiday Travel Tips

Holiday travel is coming fast upon us and for many—especially those who travel to visit family and friends—it can be very stressful. Besides all the buying of gifts, parties, and dinner plans, travel is a huge concern and only adds to the chaos of the holiday season. We’d like to share some helpful tips for holiday travel that will make your trip less stressful and Read More »
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Excited to be attending the the Travel Goods Show 2019 in Las Vegas

We're excited to be setting up the Demi Hugger booth for the 2019 Travel Goods Show in Las Vegas.  The show runs from March 26-29, 2019.  For more information about the show or for directions to our booth check out the show's website at www.thetravelgoodsshow.org.  We hope to see some of you there! Read More »
Best Kale Chips Ever

Best Kale Chips Ever

Ingredients 1 bunch Kale ¾ cup Cashews ½ cup Nutritional yeast ¼ cup Olive oil Squirt Lemon juice ¼ to ½ cup Water plus more as needed I like to use: 1 tbsp. garlic bread spice,  2 tbsp. onion flakes and 2 tsp. Salt Some like: Salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper Instructions Sauce: In a blender combine Cashews, nutritional yeast, olive oil, lemon juice, Read More »
Layered Mexican Style Dip

Layered Mexican Style Dip

Ingredients 8 oz cream chees 1/2 can refried beans 1 jar salsa 8 oz shredded cheese Instructions Spread Cream cheese (squish it down with package) on the bottom of a pie plate Spread a layer of refried beans Spread salsa on top Carefully spread shredded cheese on top Bake in 350 degree oven for 20 to 30 minutes, until cheese is melted. Read More »
Lentil Soup

Lentil Soup

Ingredients 2 cups lentils (pick over and wash in water and drain) 1 large onion (chopped roughly, big) 2 celery stocks (chopped small) 3 carrots (sliced on diagonal) 2 garlic cloves (crushed) 1/3 cup olive oil 7 cups water 1/4 cup wine vinegar (or balsamic vinegar to taste) Salt and Pepper to taste Instructions In a large pot place olive oil, lentils, onions, celery, carrots, Read More »
Papas Easy Spanakopita  (Spinach Pie)

Papas Easy Spanakopita  (Spinach Pie)

Papas Easy Spanakopita  (Spinach Pie) While traveling through Greece we tasted many variations of Spanakopita, but this is our favorite. Ingredients ½ pound Filo (12-14 sheets) 1 pound fresh or frozen spinach 3 tbsp olive oil 1 large onion chopped 1-2 garlic cloves chopped (if desired) ½ pound feta cheese (the more the better) ½ cup Ricotta, cottage cheese or cream cheese( if desired) 2 Read More »
Three Best Travel Products that I Don't Travel Without

Three Best Travel Products that I Don’t Travel Without

Travel Cubes. http://amzn.to/2rHWUUa  I love travel cubes because they allow me to plan ahead and pack some essentials. This is not easy for me as I tend to do things the last minute. I have been using Eagle Creek size medium for several years and they still look new.I pack my essentials like undergarments, pajamas, allergy pillow cover, and toiletries  a week ahead in one cube. Beachwear, Read More »
Hidden Gem in the Adirondack Region of NY

Hidden Gem in the Adirondack Region of NY

The Big Moose Inn is a hidden gem. Make sure to look for the sign on the opposite side of the road, easy to miss. It is a simple,quaint, cozy and nicely furnished Inn with a Restaurant, Tavern, and great waterfront location. Unfortunately for us the Tavern and Restaurant were not yet open on weekdays, the menu sure looked good. Luckily were able to experience the Read More »
Bike attachment for temporary storage while riding.

Bike attachment for temporary storage while riding.

The Demi Hugger isn't just for suitcases anymore; it works on bicycles too. Read More »
Demi Hugger Reviewed by Cosmos Mariners with Giveaway!

Demi Hugger Reviewed by Cosmos Mariners with Giveaway!

Natalie from Cosmos Mariners: Destination Unknown Travel & Lifestyle Blog recently reviewed the Demi Hugger on her website. The full article can be found here and there is also a giveaway available! "I think it should be a rule that, when you have kids, you grow at least one more arm for every kid you bring into the family. Yes, you'd probably look ridiculous with those octopus-like Read More »
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