Back when I was a DINK (double income no kids) person I used to live for the chicken limone at Buca Di Beppo. This delicious pan fried, perfectly moist chicken topped with a rich lemon butter wine sauce with capers was my favorite thing to eat in the entire world. You didn’t even need noodles… Continue reading Buca di Beppo’s Chicken Limone
I have been making a copycat recipe of the corn chowder they serve at Mimi’s Cafe in California for years. Years. I have only recently started adding and changing some things with the recipe, and I’m sharing the new and improved version of the soup today. Mimi’s Cafe is a chain, and there is one… Continue reading Homemade Corn Chowder
We have baseball 4 nights a week right now. Baseball practice ends “at dusk” which, right now, is about 7pm. Since I am not willing to eat take out that often and I mostly dislike meals made in the crockpot, I am really having to get creative. My goal has been to eat as healthy… Continue reading Taco Salad with Cilantro Ranch Dressing
We have a Halloween tradition. Our great friends come over. We have a tummy-warming dinner of soup or chili (I try to make a new one each year) with fresh bread or cornbread and salad, and then we head out with all the kiddos into the (usually rainy) weather for a night of trick-or treating.… Continue reading One Pot Lasagna Soup
Happy October, all! Here is my Halloween recipe round up! These Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bars are not only delicious, but also so festive and fun! Peanut Butter Peek-a-Boo cookies are the perfect way to use up your fun sized candy bars, and they are SO GOOD. Carving a pumpkin? Don’t waste those seeds! Check… Continue reading Halloween Recipes That Your Whole Family Will Love!
Apparently, going to Ikea for Swedish Meatballs is a thing. I didn’t know it was a thing until I went to Ikea this week. I mean, I’ve been to Ikea before, but I’ve never dined in their food court until now. You should’ve seen the line up of people waiting to order their Swedish meatballs.… Continue reading Swedish Meatballs
Boy, last night sure felt like a Sunday, didn’t it? As is the case with all Mondays of three day weekends, I spent yesterday catching up from a weekend away and getting ready for the week of school ahead. Bags were unpacked, laundry was washed, meals were planned, groceries were purchased, permission slips were filled… Continue reading Michael Symon’s Rigatoni with Meat Sauce