This week there is no new recipe for you. Womp, womp. Sorry! Most people are preparing for the Super Bowl of cooking and feasting this week, so why should I post a new pasta recipe when all you guys want to see are some cool new side dish ideas to add to your holiday spread? [Read more…]
Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know. It’s not Monday anymore. Saaahhhhhhrry! Between the little babymoon Mike and I took this weekend and the severe head cold that has it’s grips on me right now, this post got pushed into the “worry about it later” category. My little brother keeps telling me, “I feel like you guys are always sick.” I would normally beg to differ, but these past three weeks have been brutal on my little clan. And not to play the martyr, but particularly tough on ol’ 8 months pregnant me. [Read more…]
How many of you are entrenched in the middle of playoff season? Ok, if you cannot relate to the life of a baseball fanatic, how about football? College or NFL, take your pick. When their team is on, nothing else in the world exists. Andy and I have been banished to watch our shows from the tiny screen of the iPad mini. Woo hoo!!!
Baseball playoffs are in full swing and I, my friends, am living with the saddest specimen of a sports fan ever: the ever down and out Chicago Cubs fan. Yes, you should feel sorry for me. You should also feel sorry for my husband. Oh! And probably my sons if they so choose this path of woe and misery. [Read more…]
Talk about coming in under the wire here! Only a few more hours left to your Monday. Most of you have probably already eaten dinner. How dare I share this too late and make you think, “Dayyuuuummm I wish I had me some of dat!”
My apologies. [Read more…]
Happy Saint Paddy’s Day, folks. That is, if you happen to be Irish and happen to do something special on this day. I am less than thirty percent Irish… I think. I know I am mainly Polish and German, with a dash of Swedish and Irish for good luck. I am little foggy on the percentages.
When growing up, my Polish Mom always made us corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and carrots to honor the side of my Dad’s family that contains the Irish genes we all inherited. [Read more…]