With all this time spent at home lately, we are attempting to make the most of things with some good home cooking. Not only does some comfort food do the soul good, but it also is pretty darn affordable to make. This Alfredo sauce recipe is mostly milk, butter, and flour... all super cheap ingredients! You can make this to go with pasta, chicken, or even scoop it up with some nice warm bread. It is so creamy and delicious and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Everything sucks right now. Nothing is good. But you know what? It will be. Better times are on their way, and in the meantime, I love you guys!
I love celebrating holidays with festive food! It adds color to your home and is an easy way to create fun for all. This breakfast idea simply incorporates an easy pancake recipe with some food coloring and creates a cute little rainbow for the leprechauns in your house. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Just because a food is entirely plant-based absolutely does not mean it is flavorless or unfulfilling! But often times people think that about vegetarian cooking, but I think they just don't know where to start! So, I am sharing two of my favorite vegetarian cookbooks that helped spring me into a more vegetarian lifestyle at home.
I wanted to think of a tasteful theme for my dad's 60th birthday celebration... an 'over the hill' theme would not be well received! After some research I found whiskey theme 'aged to perfection' parties, and I thought, why not do a wine one?! So came together our "Aged to Perfection" week in McMinnville Oregon.
Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite cookies - I think because they aren't simply sweet. The addition of cream of tartar adds a different flavor profile that most cookies don't have. This recipe is delicious and I hope you save it for later!
This week instead of sharing a "Meatless Monday" post, I thought I would share a few simple things that we did that helped us easily transition into eating more vegetarian meals in our household. The future is plant-based and we are trying to get on board!
I think goal writing is so important for many reasons. It keeps you accountable to yourself. Writing things down can help declutter your mind. It also gives you a huge sense of accomplishment as you are able to check things off your done list too! I write my goals down every new year, so this year I am simply sharing them with you. Here are 20 things I plan to do to make 2020 an amazing year!
Over the years, there is one recipe I make that I am overwhelmingly asked to share every year around the holidays, and this is it! This sweet potato casserole is so easy to make, and though it is not healthy by any means, I find it to be the right mix of sweetness and savory. It was in demand to the point where my recipe card went missing for a while, but has since been returned and now I can blog it, haha! I hope you enjoy my favorite sweet potato casserole recipe!
Being a big-time boater, the winter can leave me missing the sunshine and the water I so frequently enjoy in summer! So, I decided to rack my brain and come up with some inspiration on how to still enjoy boating this winter, and get your family excited for next summer's boating season too!