Clutter, Authorized 

I normally can’t stand clutter, especially on my kitchen countertops . Today? I make an exception. You see, in my dehydrator are delicious marinated salt and vinegar zucchini chips, having the moisture delicately removed to perfect crunch status.  It’s that time of year, people – I will have more zucchinis pulled out of my garden … More Clutter, Authorized 


This is a freshly-made, gallon of Poo Juice that slipped out of my hands as I was placing it in the refrigerator door. On the hardwood floor. And the railing spindles. And the stairs. And the wall. And the downstairs ceiling. And the downstairs couch. Not exactly how I imagined spending my Saturday morning.

Chicken Taco Soup

Providing my family with a healthy home-cooked meal every night is extremely important to me, so anything to make dinners a little easier is always on my radar.  My family relies on our crock pot at least twice a week.  With my husband and I both working full time, and most days of the week … More Chicken Taco Soup

When Marshmallows Attack

Easily make marshmallows with six ingredients, her recipe says.  Pulling off a homemade marshmallow recipe is easier than you think, she boasts. My family puts marshmallows away like they are going out of style.   Big ones for the massive amounts of s’mores we consume, little ones floating in hot chocolate, flavored ones just because, marshmallows for … More When Marshmallows Attack

Easter Dinner

Just a quick post on our Easter Dinner spread: * Butter-rum injected smoked ham (I had that baby in the smoker for about 5 hours today! It turned out phenomenal! ) * Spinach salad with strawberries and red onion and a bacon vinaigrette dressing * Sautéed green beans with slivered almonds * Whole wheat dinner … More Easter Dinner