Author: Jim Bartlett
Maria from Madison needs to improve her culinary skills.
Our latest Kid of the Week is eight-year-old Shaelee from Madison. She was nominated by her mom, Jenah, who says that Shaelee loves music, cracking jokes, playing pranks, being creative, and soft stuffed animals. She also went to her first concert recently. Your kid can be the next Kid of the Week to receive a […]
Maggie from Madison hates thumb wars.
They’re buttery, they’re garlicky, they’re steaky (is that a word?) but most important, they’re lazy! See the recipe here.
Diane from Mount Horeb needs to stop yelling random things.
Our latest Kid of the Week is Asher from Madison. He was nominated by his grandma Cindy, who says, “Asher is full of FUN ENERGY. He always has a great smile, says funny stuff, loves Blippi, toys, and stories. A great, great gift to me!” Your kid can be the next Kid of the Week […]
Chicken can get boring. Here’s a delicious—and lazy–idea for you. Get it right here.
Trisha from Waunakee needs to choose her allies more carefully.
Magic 98‘s latest Kid of the Week is Bowen from Brodhead. Bowen was nominated by his grandma, Cheryl. She says: “He had a smile on his face from the time he was born and just lives life like we all should live it—HAPPY !!!! He stops if a friend is hurt and crying and puts […]
Here’s a lazy recipe from the Bartlett kitchen. Jim‘s wife Ann makes this one: two 11-ounce cans of whole kernel corn with sweet peppers (Mexicorn), drained 14.5-ounce can of chili-style tomatoes, undrained (but see below) 15.5-ounce can of white hominy, drained 15-ounce can of black beans, rinsed and drained 1/4 tsp. pepper 1/2 cup (2 […]