BOSS Hugo Boss Kids Spring Summer 2012 Fashion Preview

For Spring/Summer 2012, BOSS Kidswear is offering three themes all with very different looks geared towards a child’s individual needs in formal, leisure and sportswear.

For the Premium Boys Collection, Boss puts the emphasis on blue appearing in a rainbow of various shades from classic navy to brilliant turquoise and menthol. whole rainbow of shades: from classic navy nuances to brilliant turquoise and menthol. Natural fabrics are used quite a bit with this line – suit jacket is made using a comfortable cotton/linen blend, while the palette builds on shades of earth, sand, gray and beige heather with scattered touches of mint green.

In addition, there are offbeat graphics and tongue in cheek logo prints such as “Why so serious?” and for the babies “I am the BOSS”. Fashions are fun: the ultra-clean denims are a perfect match for coated nylon blazers or polos with large colored stripes.

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Food Friday Featuring: St. Patricks Day Blondies

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and I don’t know about you, but I’ve been bombarded with green-tinted goodies everywhere I turn. Generally speaking, I try to avoid feeding my children food dye. This has become a bit of an issue when it comes to decorating cakes, and for example, whipping up a batch of green brownies or cupcakes.

Luckily, I have a recipe that I have been gawking at for quite some time from a lovely Mediterranean blog, “Mom What’s For Dinner?” featuring Turkish-inspired Spinach Cake. I decided to give it a whirl for St. Pattie’s Day, and have made some minor adjustments to make it a bit healthier, and have turned it into a denser brownie, as opposed to a light cupcake.

The beauty of this recipe is that it is a one-dish mix. You can prepare the whole thing in your food processor, much like with other brownie recipes.

Happy Food Friday!

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