food Archive

Winter Recipe Bucket List

Hey yall! Well we’re already a month into Winter and here I am just now posting some lists for Winter. That’s ok. We still have about 2 months left of winter. Today I’m going to recap a few things I made from my Fall Food Bucket List and then list off recipes/foods to try during …

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Fall Food Bucket List

Raise your hand if fall is your favorite season. Raise your hand if you are in a cooking rut like me. My friend, Leslie over at Once Upon a Time Happily Ever After asked me like a month ago to join in on the Autumn Bucket List fun. I finally had some time recently to …

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Reducing Your Food Waste

Image Source Reports suggest that around one-third of the food that we buy ends up getting wasted. We buy far more than we need. We cook huge portions which we could never finish in one sitting. We don’t check use-by dates, and so food goes bad before we get around to eating it, and we …

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Great Ways of Saving Money on Food

The cost of living is growing every year, and some modern families are struggling to keep up with this. As such, it is increasingly important to come up with ideas that are going to allow you to save money as much as possible. One of the best ways of being able to save money is …

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Enchilada Stack

Cinco De Mayo is just around the corner, so I’m rolling out a few Mexican recipes for you to consider for your Cinco De Mayo menu. My family doesn’t like casseroles, so I came up with the fancy name of Enchilada Stack, because it’s kinda like a Mexican Lasagna. I love everything about this dish …

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My Happy Plates

One of the biggest things in my daily life I struggle with is knowing what to cook for dinner. I think for most busy folks we’re constantly on the go and meal planning is something that gets pushed aside. I’ve had a few stretches where I’ve done a good job with it, but I get …

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Atlanta to San Juan

The day we left for San Juan, we got up with the kids and saw them off to school before finishing up with our packing and running a few errands. We left around 11 and headed up to Rob’s Mom’s house where we would pick up Rob’s brother, Nick, who was driving us to the …

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Pirilo Pizza Rustica – San Juan, Puerto Rico

The night we got into San Juan, it was just passed 11 pm after we got checked in to our hotel and everything. Pretty much all the restaurants near us in Old San Juan were closed. We were pretty hungry, so we were happy that Pirilo Pizza Rustica was still open. We weren’t super excited …

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Newton’s Fruit Thins

My most recent taste test item was the Newton’s Fruit Thins. They sent me the Fig & Honey flavored cookies. They have a really good taste, nothing overwhelming. These thin cookies had a nice smooth texture, not grainy like I had expected, with the perfect hint of honey and tiny chunks of fig. Although, I’m …

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Work Cookout

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