Can you believe it’s February already? How is this happening, you guys? It seems like just yesterday we were in the midst of Thanksgiving preparation, and now, we are full blown into winter and darn near our decent into Spring. Spring! I mean I know I’m jumping the gun a bit here…but it will be here before we know it, no?
And that pretty much makes me feel all sorts of crazy emotions. Because spring equals baby’s arrival…eek! I can’t even begin to tell you how insanely fast this pregnancy has gone..wow. I mean we have two trimesters under our belt and one to go; I swear I blinked and here we are. And while I have seen so incredibly many changes in myself/my body during these last several months, there is positively one thing that has remained constant throughout this entire journey….CITRUS FRUIT. Continue reading
You guys, this weather we are having around here! It’s COLD! Gorgeous, but man does that change in temp feel like a chill or what? It’s pretty much the best kind of weather. You know, the kind of weather where it’s not too cold to sleep with your windows open…but them when you wake up in the morning you can’t possibly seem to peel yourself out of those perfectly warm, cozy covers because your room has an insane chill going through it.
We have been comfort-fooding around here like crazy people lately. It must be the weather. And these Quick-Chili Loaded Baked Potatoes made the roster. I feel like I say this a lot, mostly because I only tend to share the recipes that get my family’s stamp of approval, but these are definitely a favorite among the kiddos. Continue reading
I suppose we are due for a Super Bowl friendly recipe, no? Sunday is the big day-I have no idea who is playing in this game. I also have no idea where this game is being played. One thing I do know, tho, is that I look forward to the commercials. And I also know of the perfect recipe to pair with this hyped up event. Continue reading
Well, my guess is, by now, you have gathered that soups are kind of my thing. We just click well, for so many reasons.
I love to make them as I go, adding this, that or whatever is left sitting in my fridge or pantry-it’s like piecing together a flavor puzzle; the pieces being whats available in your kitchen. It teaches me so many dynamics about true cooking. What pairs well together, which flavors and textures don’t mesh. Soups and stews tend to be my best learned lessons-and provide me my most creative time in the kitchen, which I love. Continue reading
I may have had MFPD when I threw this stew together. That’s a thing, right? Multiple Food Personality Disorder? You know, when you get cooking and throw a bunch of random ingredients together that aren’t typically supposed to “go” with one another?
Italian sausage and greek yogurt? Eh, it’s happened I suppose. But cilantro? Now thats just peculiar. But right. So very right with this stew. Continue reading
My husband was craving chili big time last week. And chili is one of those weird things I have a hard time making on any day of the week other than Sunday. It’s a Sunday food, no? It needs time to simmer on the stove and smell the house up beautifully while everyone gets cozy and football is blaring in the background.
But last week on Sunday I had an event to attend. Which meant no time to let that chili bask in its glory on the stove. So I decided to try a stab at it in the slow cooker. Results? Delicious. So simple. And perfect for days where time has got the best of you. Continue reading
An oldie but oh-so-goodie favorite soup recipe of mine was published today on Twin Cities Moms Blog, friends. It’s one of those staple recipes I continue to go back to over and over-so so SO yum. Continue reading