Spring sports have begun over here. And it always puts me into a tail spin trying to balance where each kid needs to be and when, feeding them, finding the time to clean up, do homework and actually get some sleep.
As you all know, I am not a good baker. I don’t enjoy all of the measuring and the precision of it. However, I am raising a little baker. She can’t get enough of the measuring and the decorating.
I know, I know. It sounds all fancy but it isn’t. At all. It is super easy and you can throw it together in no time. Like all of my recipes, it’s family friendly and you will love it.
Yep, it’s that time of year. Time for the big game – the Super Bowl in case you’ve been living under a rock. Me, I’m pulling for the Patriots.
I was watching a cooking show the other day, one of those contest cooking shows. The “magic” ingredient that the contestants had to use was a parsnip.
Do you ever let you bananas go bad? Not on purpose, but because nobody eats them? It happens a lot at my house. And when they get over-ripe, I just make banana bread.
The Christmas dinner menu at my house is always different. Every year. My father and I are decent home cooks who like to try new things.
Have you ever had a popover? For the longest time, I thought that they were these fancy pants dinner rolls.
There are some days that I just don’t want to get out of bed. Not because I’m lazy or depressed. Mostly because I’m so darn comfy and I love my bed.
We are all hearing the Christmas carols playing and seeing all of the holiday displays. But there is one holiday that comes before Christmas. One that requires less shopping but more food.