This could be classified as a darn pretty sight. A rack of Irish Cream Chocolate Chip Cookies! Now I just need a frosty glass of milk! Happy St Patricks Day! An Irish Blessing For you! May love and laughter light your days and warm your heart and home May good a faithful friends be yours where ever you
Hello, Y’all! Well, it happened in Denver this past weekend. We got a proper snow storm. Yep, snow that accumulated more than an inch. We actually got a solid 8 inches at my house. Super exciting considering how dry it’s been. I love it, my dog Tommy, not so much… This weeks craving was Pad Thai.
[social_warfare] Happy New Year everyone. Back to the grind of everyday life. I have been spending the past week working on the mundane backend stuff to make my website work better. I hope you notice a difference, I have noticed an improvement on my end, so I hope you do too! Truth be told, I’m obsessed with
As I sit here at my desk on the last day of 2018, the snow is gently falling and Van Morrison is singing to me. It’s a lovely way to reflect on how truly lucky I am. 2018 was a year filled with adventure, travel, the love of family and friends, new experiences, the beauty of
Truth be known, to me, French Onion Soup should be a food group! A few years ago, I got tired of going out to a restaurant to get it and quite honestly, sometimes it would come out incredibly salty. So I started making it at home instead. Now I can make it and eat it
I started making my own chicken stock when I looked at the ingredient list on a box of chicken stock. Not only did I almost fall over reading how much salt was included per serving but I was flabbergasted to learn that flour is added to the mix. Chicken stock should be gluten-free, however, the store-bought varieties are
I just realized that we are week four into the football season and I haven’t posted any game day recipes yet! What’s wrong with me? I’m usually on it! Well, I’ll make up for it with these Alabama White Sauce Chicken Wings! Even though our Denver Broncos are sucking (bad), we still need to eat. Maybe,
Well, it’s definitely autumn in Colorado. In the course of two weeks, we have gone from 90-degree temperatures to the low to mid 60’s. I have broken out the long pants and sweatshirts and even turned the heat on this morning. It makes me a little sad but it’s all good. Early autumn in Colorado
A few weeks back, I had dinner with my friend Pam at her house. Pam loves to cook as much as me and we always seem to make amazing meals together. Pam also loves to garden. Her vegetable garden is so abundant that it could literally feed an army with all the vegetables it produces.
Well now that we have gotten through the last holiday of the summer, we can now focus on more important things that happen in late summer and fall, like football and Hatch green chilies! It’s my favorite time of year and something that I look forward to, especially the chilies. (I’m a little nervous on