I know Labor Day has passed and “technically” we’re not supposed to wear white clothing or open toed sandals anymore. But, before you completely say goodbye to summer, unpack the boots and sweaters, and cover up the grill, you’ve got to try this grilled curry chicken recipe. Better yet, if you live in South Florida, like me.. you could make … More Grilled Curried Chicken
Growing up, my sisters and I never really had a traditional birthday cake at our parties. Instead, my mom or grandmother would sometimes buy, but mostly bake, us whatever our favorite dessert happened to be that year, throw a few candles on it, and call it our “birthday cake”. For Allison, my oldest sister, that meant either a pecan pie … More Blueberry Crumble
Great news, you guys! I have finally uncovered the secret to a man’s heart. It’s a method that works especially well when you really need for him to agree to something he may otherwise not. For example – buying a puppy. Whatever your problem is, the solution is roasted brussel sprouts served with lemon yogurt sauce. I would also recommend throwing a little … More Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Lemon Yogurt Sauce
How is it possible that today is the very last day of 2015? Time, you need to sloooow down. 2015 has been a very special year for me. It was a year appropriately filled with change, growth, and adventure. But, it also brought a little more stability to life than the past couple of years seemed to offer. As 2016 comes … More Cheers to 2016!
During the first year of our marriage, I discovered that the quickest way to Patrick’s heart was through food, specifically any variety of Mexican food that comes topped with guacamole. Before we were married his typical diet consisted of an Uncrustables® peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch followed by a Moe’s burrito for dinner. Luckily for me, he was incredibly impressed by any meal that was remotely … More Baked Chicken Taquitos
Lately, it seems that anytime Patrick and I visit family in South Carolina or have family visit us in Florida, there are a few guaranteed meals and side dishes that will always find their way on to the table. Roasted sweet potatoes sprinkled with cinnamon, baked chicken taquitos served with my mom’s guacamole, and chia seed pudding that we eat in … More Chia Seed Pudding Parfaits