Posts filed under: Recipe

We barbecue at our house at least 3 times a week during the summer (winter, fall, and spring too). Grilling is our cooking method of choice 90% of the time but...
No Cinco de Mayo celebration would be complete without two very key ingredients… a piñata for the kids, and pineapple margaritas for the grown ups. With Cinco de Mayo right...
These no fail biscuits are one of those quick and easy, whip them up spur of the moment, anytime recipes. Cooking is something that I like/need to fit into my...
I have recently discovered the beauty of snack prep, especially the Greek yogurt kind. The trickiest part of eating right, for me, is the snacking part.  If all you need is...
With my next trip planned and booked to Universal Orlando Resort all I can think about is Harry Potter. Over the past week I have watched all 8 of the...
It’s 3:00. The kids just got home from school.  Every mom knows what the first words out of their darling little mouths are going to be, right?  “I love you...
I was introduced to the Ruben Sandwich by my Aunt Carolyn. She is the quintessential “fancy” aunt who is well traveled, beautiful, wears big jewelry, and hot pink lipstick. As...
Growing up we NEVER celebrated St Patrick’s Day let alone had a party or made an Andes Shamrock Shake for dessert. My heritage is French and Native American so nobody...
  • Andes Chocolate Chex Crunch Mix
So my kids have been on a kick – a snack kick. I made Valentine’s Crunch Mix and  St. Patrick’s Day Crunch Mix and they still wanted more. Luckily Chex comes in...
  • irish soda bread
I am a total sucker for traditions.  Even if they’re kind of dumb, I look forward to the predictable steadiness of certain things that we “just do” every year.  ...