The other day I was sitting and playing with one of my latest obsessions, and I’d lay odds you probably know it well. It’s one of those places that when you enter, you’re sucked in and have a hard time walking away from it. You tell yourself, “I’ll just do it for 10 minutes, then I’ll do the dishes. What’s 10 minutes? Just real quick.” Yeeeeah …no. Two hours later you glance up over the laptop as if you’re trying not to get caught by those dirty dishes in the sink. If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m talking about Pinterest. It’s a gal’s dream for anything they want to indulge in and in my case, I have a problem. I’m over indulging and doing it everywhere. I need an intervention.
Ok, where was I going with that again? Oh yeah, a recipe. But, this was no ordinary recipe. It was deemed a “Melt in Your Mouth Chicken” recipe. Read more…
It’s your kid’s favorite. It’s your mom’s and dad’s favorite. It’s your husband’s or wife’s favorite. It’s your favorite. It’s an America classic in a jar!
The strawberry shortcake has been an American favorite since as far back as 1847. I would even dare to call it an American staple. Shortcakes, however, are from Europe and have been dated back to as early as the late 1500′s during Shakespeare’s time. The word “short” in
Hummus is a really quick recipe to make and even easier to jazz up. Adding your favorite roasted vegetables or even raw vegetables if you prefer, can give you a tasty snack or party food.
I have my favorites, but the one that’s always my go to is roasted red peppers. I can pop open a jar of them or I can throw some in the oven and roast them up myself. Another ingredient you can buy, or easily make at is tahini. It’s a paste made with sesame seeds and olive oil. The recipe for it is also included in this post.
Freeze ‘em up!
- Chop up some fresh herbs.
- Place the chopped herbs in an ice cube tray and cover them with water.
That’s it! Easy peasy! When you need fresh herbs just thaw them out. Use them the same way you would if you’d just picked them fresh out of your herb garden.