Fly, girl, fly!
Most parents of 12-year-old girls aren’t happy when their
daughter flips out. Sydney Kennett’s parents—Costco members
Michelle and Andrew Kennett—encourage it. Then again, the
Parker, Colorado, preteen does it in midair as part of a competitive sport called indoor skydiving. Think of it as gymnastics
in free-fall. Sydney is the 2018 United States National Junior
Freestyle Champion and recently attempted a Guinness World
Record, more than doubling the number of box split spins in
one minute. Want to try indoor skydiving? Look for iFly passes
(Item #4212490) in the warehouses and on Costco.com.
Drinking more water is a good health
goal. One way to do that is by using
Costco’s Bottled Water Delivery service
providers ( costcowaterdelivery.com).
RAISE A GLASS TO CRAFTS
Put a cork on it
With the holidays over, you might have some wine corks lying around.
Before you toss them, Costco member Angie Moore of Oak Park,
California, encourages her fellow Costco members to keep them out
of landfills by getting crafty. They can be used to make bulletin boards,
critters, key fobs and more. For more inspiration, search the internet
for “wine cork crafts.” (Note: Real cork can be composted.)
Honey Curry Chicken
Costco member Karen Nochimowski, who blogs at MommaChef.com,
shares this easy and delicious recipe.
¼ cup olive oil
¾ cup honey
¼ cup Dijon mustard
1 Tbsp curry powder
1 tsp salt
2 to 3 pounds bone-in
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Mix oil, honey, mustard, curry
and salt in a disposable,
oven-safe pan. Add chicken
to the pan and spread mixture
all over the chicken. Place
chicken evenly around the pan
with skin side up. Bake uncovered for 45 minutes or until the
internal temperature reaches
165 F. Makes 6 servings.
an in-face carve
Watch a sampling
of Sydney’s aerial
page 9 for details.)