It’s no secret I love food! I love eating food, cooking food and even growing food. My grandparents always had an amazing garden. Growing my own garden makes me feel connected to them and the memories I have of spending summers helping in their garden and shelling peas as a little girl. Gardening also helps me feel connected to nature. It’s amazing to me that one little seed can become a fruit or vegetable that I can turn into a meal to feed my family. Not to mention that for some reason homegrown food tastes so much better. If you’ve thought about growing a garden but aren’t sure where to start I’ve got some easy garden ideas to get you going.
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We’ve got Super Bowl fever here in Houston! With all the events and parties leading up to the big game you might find yourself with a hangover before the game even starts. I’m sharing my Super Bowl Party Hangover Menu to get you through the game.
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After seeing my Blue Apron videos and review a friend of mine suggested I give HelloFresh a try! I’m always down for trying something new so I got online and signed up for my 1st shipment. I’m sharing my experience and giving you all the details in this HelloFresh Review.
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I love to cook and plan meals. After seeing many ads for Blue Apron I was intrigued about the fresh ingredient and recipe delivery service but still not sold. I do my own menu planning (See my Weekly Menus Here) so I wasn’t sure how the service would fit into my planning. Finally one of my friends sold me on the idea of giving it a try and gave me a coupon for $30 Off my 1st Order. So I worked it into my menu plan and gave it a try. Here’s my Blue Apron Review from a busy mom’s perspective. Continue reading “Blue Apron Review- A Busy Mom’s Opinion”
One of the things I really enjoy about cooking is that you can literally take a few ingredients and make something out of nothing. Whisk together an egg, oil, flour & milk and you’ve got pancakes or even a cake. It’s almost like magic. I always feel like a super hero when I’m able to whip up a meal after my husband looks in the pantry and declares “There’s Nothing to Eat”.
It’s the end of the week which means our pantry and fridge are pretty bare. In hopes of inspiring you to save money and find something to eat at home I’m taking you inside my almost empty pantry & fridge and showing you some meal ideas you can make when “there’s nothing to eat.” Continue reading “Pantry Meals- Meal Ideas When “There’s Nothing to Eat””