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Woman's World

Woman's World

July 13, 2020

A great week made easy! Woman's World is written for the traditional, family-oriented working woman. Each issue delivers a feel-good mix of heart-warming human interest stories, practical everyday solutions for work and home, and mouth-watering recipes.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
Frequency:
Weekly
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4 min.
fill your week with smiles!

TUESDAY, JULY 14 NATIONAL MAC-AND-CHEESE DAY Enjoy cheesy yum! A day dedicated to creamy, indulgent macaroni and cheese? Yes, please! We asked the pros in the Woman’s World test kitchen for their secrets to spicing up the comfort-food classic. Their suggestions? Replace the Cheddar or American cheese in your favorite recipe with the same amount of Mexican-style four-cheese blend and add 1 tsp. of cumin. After stirring pasta into cheese sauce, add 1¼ cups of diced chorizo and 1 (11 oz.) can of corn, drained. Divide among buttered ramekins, top with 2 Tbs. of cheese blend and bake for 10 minutes at 400°F. JOKE OF THE WEEK Wine is the answer… What was the question? WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 NATIONAL GIVE SOMETHING AWAY DAY Share books! Spread some joy today by giving away books! The average American household…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: HGTV Wow at amazing makeovers with Scott’s Vacation House Rules! You just might be inspired to make some changes to your own home when contractor and real estate pro Scott McGillivray shows you how inexpensive fix-ups can be! Relying on his years of renovation experience, Scott guides families as they transform their modest vacation property purchases to unlock their full rental potential. Watch him work his makeover magic to turn an old fishing cabin, rundown cottage and more into relaxing retreats. Catch it July 18. TV: UPTV Feel your heart soar with The Mechanics of Love! Fancy clothes don’t make a prince—that’s what Matti begins to realize when she returns home for a wedding. There, she runs into her childhood friend Jake, who works at her father’s auto-repair shop, but the joy of their…

1 min.
it happened this week!

Family Feud premiered in 1976. Host Richard Dawson ended up marrying one of the show’s contestants. Green Giant Great Big Tender Peas was trademarked in 1927. The mascot was influenced by Grimms’ Fairy Tales. The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine movie premiered in 1968. It’s reportedly one of Queen Elizabeth’s favorite films! Frank Sinatra made his recording debut with the Harry James Band in 1939—he went on to record 59 solo studio albums. Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California, in 1955. It originally had just 18 attractions—and 14 of them still operate today!…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

COZY MYSTERY Still Knife Painting by Cheryl Hollon Quirky-cute chaos ensues when Miranda Trent inherits her uncle’s Kentucky farmhouse in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Soon, she launches a fun business plan for tourists: pairing painting classes with sips of moonshine and Southern cooking. But when the Paint & Shine cook is killed in cold blood, all fingers point at Miranda. Now, she must prove her innocence, or she’ll go from the farmhouse to the jail cell! HISTORICAL FICTION Her Last Flight by Beatriz Williams Filled with dazzling details and richly drawn characters, this tale transports readers to 1947 Hawaii. Photographer and war corespondent Janey Everett arrives in Kauai to research the forgotten aviation pioneer Sam Mallory, who mysteriously disappeared during the Spanish Civil War. Soon, Janey finds Irene Lindquist, who she thinks may actually be Mallory’s…

3 min.
“to help save a life was a wonderful blessing to us both!”

How ya doin’?” Montgomery County, Maryland, Police Officer Stanley Barsch greeted his former partner, Megan Ambrose, when they met for their regular diner lunch. “I miss the action,” Megan confessed. “Almost as much as I miss my partner.” Back when they had first met at the academy, Megan couldn’t stand the guy whose lack of conditioning led to extra calisthenics for the entire class. But after graduation, when they were teamed up on the same shift, Megan had discovered Stanley was actually a dedicated officer with excellent instincts. And as they patrolled the city together, Megan and Stanley had grown so close that they could finish each other’s sentences. They trusted each other with their lives. And that was a bond that would remain strong even after both would leave the force. Neither…

1 min.
3 ways to support transplant patients—instantly!

1 Shop this way! The next time you shop on Amazon, log on to Smile. Amazon.com with your regular Amazon user name and click “Get started.” From there, choose a charity, like the National Kidney Foundation, or search “organ donation” to opt for one of the hundreds of charities that support people in need of transplants, and Amazon will automatically donate .5% of every purchase you make to your charity of choice! 2 Donate household goods! To help fund their research, the National Kidney Foundation has partnered with thrift stores across the country—and even opened some of their own. You can donate new or gently used household items like furniture, clothing and bedding to raise money to fight kidney disease. To find an organization near you, log on to DonationTown.org and enter your…