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Low salt diet holiday recipes to use up leftover ham, smoked meat leftovers

It's Dec. 28 and everyone is more than a little tired of ham. Small problem, however--you bought a 15 pound and there is quite a bit left. With the New Year sneaking up, you're resolving to lose weight from Christmas indulgence. Here are dual purpose diet holiday recipes and low salt foods to use up leftover ham and Christmas smoked meat leftovers in light, delicious ways. These diet holiday recipes are great for sweeter honey baked ham leftovers use up (that kind of ham is harder to repurpose).  Low salt diet holiday recipes to use up leftover ham, smoked meat leftovers | Examiner.com

Christmas presents: Personalized, reusable containers for holiday gift baskets

Why is it that gift baskets always come in a basket? Baskets make pretty, useful containers, but how about personalized reusable gift baskets in which the container is part of the present. part of a personalized gift? Below is a list of reusable gift containers.  Christmas presents: Personalized, reusable containers for holiday gift baskets | Examiner.com

Maine urinating Santa po'd locals: ISIS Christmas holiday display 'wet' interest

The nineties are alive in Portland, Oregon, but the naughties thrive Portland, Maine (or in nearby Limerick, at least). Limerick, Maine residents are po'd by a urinating Santa holiday display, reported the Associated Press on Dec. 14. But it's not that St Nick is relieving himself, but upon what he's piddling--a lit up ISIS sign--that's causing the stink. A Limerick, Maine homeowner used Christmas lights to spell out ISIS (evidently referring to the Islamic State terrorist group). Then he situated a Santa Claus decoration with a string of white lights connecting the jolly old elf's crotch to the ISIS sign. But the urinating Santa depiction didn't come across clearly. It almost looked like Father Christmas was showering blessings, not bodily fluids on ISIS. You could say the Maine ISIS Christmas shower show "wet" curiosity, (That's right, keep groaning, the jokes will only get soggier!)  Maine urinating Santa po'd locals: ISIS Christmas holiday display 'wet' interest | Examiner.com

Holiday parenting: At-home family fun for sick kids on Christmas vacation | Examiner.com

 Wouldn't you know it--Christmas vacation is finally here and your child gets ill. Holidays can be miserable for sick kids (and parents who must care for them). Missed parties, curtailed activities, everyone stuck at home, more work, extra worries, two weeks of caring for crabby children who can't enjoy the fun--it kinda takes the "merry" out of "Christmas." But it doesn't have to--here are at-home family fun activities that sick kids can enjoy, too. Here are ways sick kids can be involved in holiday preparation from their sick bed. These ideas are so much fun your sick kids might not want to get well!  Holiday parenting: At-home family fun for sick kids on Christmas vacation | Examiner.com

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