You’re planning out your menu for the week. You’ve decided to make a whole chicken on one of the nights. Excellent! Whole chickens tend to be less expensive than buying the parts and they are really easy to cook. But there is one problem:
You’re left with approximately 2 pounds of chicken when you’re done. Continue reading
Now that Adam and I have moved and mostly settled in, it’s time to get back to business as usual with meals. Most of the summer I flew by the seat of my pants when it came to meals. Sometimes it was fun (hey unexpected dinner out) other times it was weird (hey weird bowl meals) and sometimes it was just downright stressful.
That’s why I’m getting back into the swing of meal planning. Continue reading
On Wednesday, for some reason, I felt the deep need to make pumpkin bread. I also, for some strange reason, felt the deep need to make everything up as I go and NOT use a recipe.
That’s a risky move when it comes to baking. Continue reading
Spoiler Alert: You’re going to need a cooked pot roast complete with vegetables to make this recipe. I don’t have one of those on the blog mostly because I usually just throw something together on the fly or use Pioneer Woman’s recipe.
No matter what pot roast recipe you use, you’ll need an already cooked one for this casserole. Continue reading
You know what we need more of in this life? Banana bread. It’s really such a simple common thing, but I had almost forgotten how good it tasted. I made a bunch of baked goods for our vacation this past weekend and banana bread was one of the requested items.
But there were a few caveats: it had to have chocolate chips and it had to taste yummy. Continue reading