You know the great thing about Buffalo Chicken season? Oh yeah. It has its own season. It starts the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. Well, once that game is over and you think you’ll never want to chug a gallon of Buffalo sauce again, March Madness starts. Welcome back all things dippable and fried, and coated in buffalo sauce. If you don’t want to go the route of fried wings, then this healthy and light buffalo chicken salad is for you. [Read more…]
Is Mercury in retrograde again? Is there a full moon right now? Or, are my kids just trying to kill me? Like legit just test my patience until I have none left. I really think it might be the latter of the three. And, if that is the case, I better get these grown out highlights touched up right quick since I am sure grey hairs are going to be popping up all over the place.
Andy is three now.
Have you ever heard parents of three year olds tell parents of two year olds, “Oh, you think 2 is bad? Wait until they turn three.”
Well, like most, I scoffed. Yeah, every age is bad. Hahaha, wait until they turn 16… Blah, blah, blah. [Read more…]
I really wanted to title this post, “See Ya Summer Salad” or “Peace Out Summer Salad” or even “Sayonara Summer Salad.” But, since the whole Google machine won’t allow people to find a summer-y peach and strawberry salad based upon that title, I had to just go with the straightforward name. Booooring. I know. Sorry. I did stick to my promise of delivering a salad after those beautiful balls last week though. Soooo, you’re welcome! [Read more…]
Lay it on me people. Three hour car trip with a 7 month old and a two and a half year old. How is this going to go? What do I need to bring? DVDs? New toys? Benadryl? Lots and lots of Benadryl. Just kidding on the last one. But it all seriousness, any tips you have would be greatly appreciated. We are embarking on our annual family vacation to the Wisconsin Dells. A week of swimming, sun, adventures, laughing with family and, of course, cheese. I mean it is Wisconsin. [Read more…]
Have you ever been to one of those small plates, fancy shmancy restaurants? You know the ones I am talking about. The ones that think food is a piece of art and that 15 small bites served one plate at a time over the course of 15 hours for the mere price of $500 is what you, the diner, really wants. Well, forgive me, but I don’t think I am your kind of clientele. If I am spending $500 on something I would rather it be an entire new wardrobe or plane tickets to somewhere other than here. I will take my food cheap, ugly, and greasy. Paper plates or bowl? Yeah! Bring it on!
Also, most people I know go to those places for dinner and then end up going to a real food restaurant shortly after for a giant cheeseburger. If that were me, I would have just gotten the cheeseburger to start off with and, if I wanted to spend more money, I would spend it on a few fancy beers.
But, it is all about the experience, right? I mean that’s what people say. Once in a lifetime.