My advance apologies today. You see, I really want to share this recipe with you guys today, but my brain is shot. I wish I was well rested enough to come up with a story from my life that ironically or pleasantly relates to this recipe, but I just can’t. [Read more…]
This is my least favorite time of year. Summer is over, technically. Mike is back in school and football season has started. However, the 80 degree weather we have been having says, “Hey, guys I’m still here!” Oh, that was summer shouting by the way. [Read more…]
That might be up there in contention for the longest recipe title I have ever posted. Excuse me for wanting to be thorough! Anyway, the wonderful people over at Better Homes and Gardens asked me to take one of their old recipes from the archives and give it the ol’ Sarcastic Cooking spin. [Read more…]
Enchiladas! Say it with me now, “Ennn-cheeee-laaahhh-daaaahhhhs!”
One thing I learned while struggling to learn how to be a new parent was that enchiladas are an easy weeknight meal for people who would rather be sleeping than slaving away in the kitchen.
My friend Stephanie from Girl versus Dough just was initiated into the weirdness and magicalness that is parenthood. While she is enjoying every sleepy snuggle with baby Avery, I am guest posting over on her site.
I am sharing one of my favorite enchilada recipes, sweet corn and jalapeno! These are totally doable on a busy weeknight and would also be a quick showstopper if you have guests over for dinner.
So, hop on over to Girl versus Dough and check out the recipe and my “sage” words of advice for new moms.
When/if I have time for breakfast these days, I try and make it count. I am the type of person that would rather eat a huge breakfast, have a small lunch, and then fast forward to an average sized dinner. I am like Goldie Locks of three meals a day. I could probably just as easily skip lunch all together but I know that is not a path to a balanced life/diet.
I blame my dad for this annoying breakfast habit of mine. You knew it had to be somebody else’s fault and not my own!
On family vacations my Dad would always choose a hotel that included some kind of breakfast in the stay. With three ravenous kids that would eat him out of house and home if he let them, I do not blame him for this choice. [Read more…]