There is a first time for everything! For me, making Ants Climbing a Tree was my first time using bean paste and cellophane noodles.
A few of my favorite home bloggers are “done” with their homes and buying up cabins as their next project. I’m so excited to see how they transform them into cozy weekend getaways.
You know we like beer, you know we like barbecue, so when The Great Ohio Brew N’ Que event popped up in my Facebook feed, I was pretty sure we’d be going.
The month of October flew by! Today I’m sharing a quick recap of what I read, ate and who we hosted.
I don’t usually repeat recipes, but I had to re-share this because I perfected the Mexican creamed corn!
This spicy vegetarian chili is a adaptation of my Uncle Steve’s famous burritos. Back in college he thought me how to make and freeze them. Let’s just say I basically lived on them my third year in college. After college I modified the recipe slightly to make this spicy vegetarian chili.
Since May, I’ve found and enjoyed a few new podcasts. My sweet spot for shows are between 30 and 40 minutes long, making them perfect for my daily lunchtime run or walks with Sophie.
“I love touching up paint” said no one ever. Fortunately, it’s not a hard project and provides instant gratification!
#SorryNotSorry, but I’m one of those pumpkin-spice-everything type of people. Lattes, candles, beers, I even have that pumpkin shirt. But these! These are thee best pumpkin white chocolate chip cookies!
I mentioned last week that I’m taking part in this virtual challenge for the #Last90Days of the year, but only doing the exercise portion. Then I received one of the day emails with a clear 5 to thrive list…