It’s been a while since I talked about our pudding obsession.
Our obsession hasn’t gone anywhere, but I don’t want to bombard and overwhelm you with pudding, of all things. That would just be weird. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Recipes’
Thank you to Tyson Foods for sponsoring this post. I am happy for the opportunity to share brands that I believe in with my readers, and I hope you enjoy my recipe for Apple, Onion, and Thyme Marinated Chicken Salad with Toasted Pecans.
I admit Mike is without a doubt the grillmaster in our house.
He’s very particular about the grilling process and basically has it down to a science. Which is why it was really strange when one day when I grilled (for like the second time, ever), he asked me how I made the chicken taste so good.
So, I always thought I wasn’t a big fan of Thai green curry.
I couldn’t put my finger on it exactly, but I always knew there was just something about it – some flavor in there – that didn’t quite sit well with me. (more…)
Did you know that September is the biggest birthday month of year?
I had no idea until just recently, but with my birthday on September 30, I thought this was pretty interesting. (Yes, I probably need to get out more, lol.) (more…)
Growing up, the only thing worse than finding tunafish in my lunchbox was finding egg salad there. And the real problem was that I (and everyone else) knew it was there even before I opened my lunch. (Such is the problem of potent-smelling sandwiches when you’re a kid!)
So believe me when I tell you that egg salad is a newly acquired taste for me. (more…)
How about a berry cheesecake milkshake for breakfast?, I enticed Mike one Saturday morning.
Cheesecake-flavored anything is his favorite; combine it with berries and he’s in heaven. Needless to say, he was pretty excited about breakfast that day.
That is, until he saw me add cottage cheese to the blender in a moment of inspiration. (more…)
So, here it is, friends…
A pasta-free meal for pasta lovers that’s sure to satisfy even the most hardcore carb cravings. (more…)
When Mike and I can’t agree on dinner, I like to cook “his” and “hers” style.
Sometimes it’s completely different meals, like spaghetti with homemade beef ragu for him and fish or chicken with a side of veggies (preferably roasted) for me. But if I’m lucky, it’s a similar meal that’s easily customizable for both of our tastes, like salad with different toppings or sandwiches with different fillings…or quesadillas! (more…)
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