The Best Corn Dip – Movie Night or Super Bowl Sunday



Recipe for Movie Night

I would like to share a recipe for the best corn dip I have ever had in my life. It is from one my dear friends Betsy and this dip is a full meal.  She is a fantastic cook. It is scrumptious!

Betsy’s Corn Dip

4 cans of Shoe Peg corn(drained)

1-2 cans of chopped green chilies( drained)

3/4 stick of butter

1 package cream cheese.

Put all in a crock pot and let it cook for 3 to 4 hours, stirring occasionally, Fix it and Forget it and or can be microwave, but I say Crock pot is the way to do. 

Serve with “scoopable” tortilla chips. 

Watch your family go crazy!  Thank you Betsy for sharing this great recipe with us!



Puerto Rico



Puerto Rico is one of my favorite places to visit for work or play. They boast  some of the best beaches and food in the Caribbean.  I have visited the island four times and I have had some time to gather favorites.  I know you will have your favorites, these are my picks.




La Concha Resort, San Juan  – Best hotel for family with four pools and endless beaches.

El Convento, Old San Juan – Old World charm ( former convent). Private and exclusive.

Sheraton – Old San Juan

Beaches outside of San Juan – Luquillo Beach, Cerro Gordo and Ponce

Must See for Kids  – El Yunque Rainforest


Novus Shoes – Novus Shoes – Some of most stunning summer sandals anywhere in the world.

Plaza las Americas – The Largest mall on the island with 300 plus stores and restaurants.

La Favorita shoes – Plaza Las Americas

Chiquitin shoes for kids Chiquitin

Passion for cakes Passion Cakes- Since 2000- Try the Red Velvet and all the chocolates….

CH by Carolina Herrera – First time on the island.

Best Place for Running- Candado Strip – up to 10 miles along the famous strip.


Beautiful People – Lobby of the La Concha Resort, Candado PR

Salsa – Candela,  Old San Juan and El San Juan Resort and Casino unforgetable experience.

Luxury – Gucci, Ferragamo, Vuitton – Candado, PR


Wish List  – Visit Vieques

Fashion Takeaway – Local fashionistas set off fashion sparks with their stunning daytime combinations of the LD and the JS,  jeweled sandals and dress combinations. The sandals must have jeweled accents and dresses are knee length or above, both solids and prints. Regardless of cut, flared, a line, fitted, or high waisted these women always looked tres chic.


Puerto Rico, what a jewel!