This recipe is a delicious alternative to Shepherd’s Pie. I love how you get a blend of American and Mexican cuisine together to make a meal full of flavor! The salsa really makes this so juicy and delicious. If your family is anything like mine, they will return for seconds or request it to be on the menu more often.
Here’s the thing about Beef & Broccoli, when you buy it frozen at the store it is just not the same. Those little bags boasting restaurant flavor, being easy as 1-2-3. Eh, not really a fan.
Simple summer recipe that even the kids can join in on the fun. The raviolis make a great substitute for croutons.
I found another easy way to decorate for Halloween!! I wanted to do something outside without a great amount of effort… and definitely without needing ladder (I have some neighbors that go all out, and while I have respect for people that can really get into this holiday… I just can’t. But I swear I’m trying). I thought this would be so cute, especially for Halloween night! My 2 year old loves it, so I think the neighborhood kids will think it’s pretty cool too. Or at least I will convince myself that they do.
Halloween is coming up soon, and time to decorate is near! I know some people have already started, so I wanted to show you something I made for my front door this year to replace my coastal-inspired wreath. It’s a very easy DIY and you will wind up with a pretty wicked wreath that will have your neighbors doing double-takess.
Having kids can make vacation planning challenging. Everyone has their interests, and what may appeal to you, the kids will hate. And then there’s the extra difficulty of making sure you plan the different activities to keep everyone happy. Here are a few tips on how to plan the perfect family vacation.
So, you decided to take a road trip with your family. You packed your bags, planned your route, and now are thinking of last minute things you may have forgotten. Luckily, you ended up here. In this post, we go over a few last minute hacks for your road trip. Keep your kids safe, entertained, and not whining about being hungry! Check out our list below!
Eight O’Clock Coffee has come up with a simple recipe you can whip up in no time. Enjoy it in honor of this food holiday, or make it anytime to cool down this summer and get a refreshing jolt!
Actually, my kids call this sweet potato cake… It tastes so amazing. So if you’re looking for a healthy casserole, THIS is not it. I could eat this every single night. And left overs are even better! And it compliments all meats. In fact, this is the sweet potato dish we eat on Thanksgiving… There is quite a few steps. And it takes an hour to be ready… But if you can ignore the amazing aroma, it is sooooo worth it. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
These cookies are thin, they are crunchy, as a matter of fact… I wouldn’t even call them cookies. Crisps. Yeah, that’s it.
For about $100, you can get a 50 minute hour with a licensed therapist who will patiently listen to all your stresses and worries. If necessary, they will even prescribe you drugs. That is because life can get pretty hairy out there.
Black and white come together in the layers of these bars: A rich chocolate base and generous chocolate crumbles surround a layer of creamy cheesecake.
Most mornings, I barely pull it together to pour some milk and cereal into a bowl and then there is THOSE mornings… You know? The ones after getting 6 full hours of sleep the night before. The ones where you feel like the clothes will only go thru the dryer twice that day instead of the usual 5, 6, maybe 7 times.
There is one dish that I remember growing up. One that was very popular with my dad. At any mexican restaurant, you could always catch him ordering the Chile Verde.
Welcome to Mocktail Corner. Every Wednesday through the summer, we will be sharing mocktail recipes along with our cocktail recipes (and hey, we may keep it going, you never know.) For now, we hope that you enjoy some of these “mocktail” recipes, and consider offering some at your next get-together.