Like any good breakfast recipe post, I’ll start with the classic “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” speech. Reality…I maybe have a grand total of 5 minutes to “prepare” something for breakfast in the morning after the hitting snooze a couple times, walking the dog, shower, hair, makeup, get dressed routine is complete.
Hubs and I are taking a less traditional Thanksgiving trip this year with his family…we’re cruising to Cabos!! So to get my Thanksgiving feast fix, here’s a list of recipes I’d consider cooking on
When you look on pretty much all Indian restaurant menus, you will find Chicken Tikka Masala. It’s a staple that can’t be avoided.
No matter what season, I love making soup. It’s so easy. Throw everything into a pot, let it simmer, eat up! And the beauty of a soup like this is that it makes a large portion that will feed you for a week. And the flavors only get better by the day. I adapted this recipe from Missy’s recipe over at Pink Pistachio.
This year’s Thanksgiving celebration saw us heading to the East Coast to spend quality time with my family in Wilmington, NC.
Who doesn’t love a Caesar salad? It’s fresh, it’s yummy, and when prepared the correct way, it can be healthy too.
I’ve been sitting on a list of different topics to blog about for weeks. My inbox is peppered with emails with subject lines that read “blog idea.” They range everywhere from “Things I’ve heard at work today” to “Growing up Southern.” That one is gonna come, I’m working on that.