Here we go, recipe #2 of Slow Cooker October! I love lasagna and I will admit I make a really, really good one. But lasagna takes a looooong time to make. It isn’t hard, there are just so many components. Not today my friends, I have really tried to simplify everything for you (but don’t… Continue reading Slow Cooker Lasagna
I recently met Sarah Schumacher through a mutual friend. She is the mother of two beautiful boys and works full time. On top of her “day job” she has this awesome blog, Sarah Out and About. It is FULL of great information: travel, style, entertaining, food and drink, and more. It is helpful for everyone… Continue reading Slow Cooker Pot Roast: A New Theme Month Has Begun!
This will be the third installment of the “Ode to Summer/Summer Finale” series (as no one has recommended a better name I am keeping both). I can’t have a countdown of summer recipes without something that is cooked on a grill. So that is what we will do today: Foil Packet Shrimp on the Grill.… Continue reading Foil Packet Shrimp
Overall, I’m a crab leg kind of a girl but I had a desire to try to make some lobster at home. I am not prepared to buy a whole lobster, seems like too much of a pain. But a lobster tail… that seems like something I can handle. So, I went to the grocery… Continue reading Grilled Lobster Tails (for beginners)
Who doesn’t love a big platter of snacks? Everyone loves it and I’ll tell you why. From hard-core carnivores to vegans to whatever the fad diet of the month is, there is something for everyone on ‘The Big Platter.” I consider it a cheese board, charcuterie and antipasto platter all in one. Now, everyone thinks… Continue reading The Big Platter