From Aladdin to Avocados and Awesome Ways to Print Photo Art
May 1, 2018
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and Mother's Day
On today’s edition of The Balancing Act, we’re going backstage at Broadway, getting appetizing avocado recipes and converting trapped photos from our phone into precious memories.
First, we’re behind the scenes of Disney’s smash musical Aladdin. Come along for the ride as we meet Isabelle McCalla, the actress playing Jasmine, who is making her national tour debut. Amber learns how Isabelle balances her new life, along with what playing such an influential Disney Princess means. Also, sibling acting duo Mathew and Lissa deGuzman teach Amber an iconic tap routine and share their thoughts on touring together, what it means being a part of the show and life on the road.
Next, it’s a glorious Cinco de Mayo celebration with Chef Stuart O’Keeffe as he goes well beyond your average guacamole. He’s in the kitchen with delicious ways to use avocados, from stacked potato skins to avocado key lime pie, we’re serving up tasty treats made with ripe-frozen avocados from Welch’s. They’re convenient—in perfect hand-cut chunks—and versatile, adding creamy flavor to recipes as varied as smoothies, salads, desserts!
Plus, a picture-perfect gift in time for Mother’s Day—you print photos right from your cell phone. MyPhoto can create gifts and decor from your phone in the easiest and fastest way possible with a simple email. Every photo is handcrafted with direct HD printing and specialty framing to ensure that a legacy of memories can live on. All you have to do is send any photo to email@example.com—30 seconds later you’ll receive a return email showing a variety of beautiful frames and designs featuring the photo you sent. Once you order, you’ll receive your new beautiful piece of photo art via free express shipping within just five days!
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