There's nothing better in the warmer months than to relax in your apartment home with a tall cool glass of iced coffee. Here are a few tricks we've picked up along the way to make the perfect glass of iced coffee.
With the New England Patriots preparing for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, we asked our apartment residents what they are preparing to eat for the game. We received so many suggestions, but below are a few of our favorites.
Recipe from Chef Steven of Norwood Gardens Apartments, Norwood MA:
Labor Day is a big weekend for us here at CHR! Many of us celebrate the holiday with picnics, parties, and BBQs, but for those of us around the greater Boston, MA area, Labor Day is affectionately known as Boston Moving Day. Whether you are moving this weekend or enjoying the extra day off, we suggest making the time to have a picnic and take advantage of the end of summer.
Is your fourth of July packed to the brim with social engagements and BBQs? Here are four quick and delicious dessert ideas to "wow" your friends and family on Independence Day.
You feasted, gave thanks, and all your guests are gone. Now what are you going to do with all these leftovers?
Day After Thanksgiving Breakfast:
Stuffing Egg Cups:
The 2012 Summer Olympics begin today! Are you planning on hosting any viewing parties at your CHR apartment home? We compiled an Olympic sized menu to serve your guests dishes from all over the world in a tapas style. We suggest ending the evening with an English breakfast tea to thank this year's hosts. Or better yet, ice your tea and serve in a martini glass.
It's been a scorcher of a week and this weekend won't be much of a relief. Here are five foods that will keep your body temperature down while the sun is up:
Want to keep the calorie count down this weekend while you grill? Here are a few ways to have your burger and eat it too.
Be the hero with this simple and great tasting recipe for your lazy weekend morning.
Raspberry French Toast Bake
-1 lb French load or equally thick crust bread
-1 cup of milk
-1 tablespoon of sugar
-1 teaspoon of salt