Manic Monday! Hello Spring & 1 Pot Risotto.

Spring Is Here! Spring has sprung, the flowers are still hidden under the snow, and winter boots are still a thing but, the weather will change soon. I must say when Monday comes around, I no longer dread it. The weekend may be over but my week isn't too bad. It  is my longest day … Continue reading Manic Monday! Hello Spring & 1 Pot Risotto.

Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake

Chicken Pot Pies were something we had when I was a child and we didn't plan a dinner. A comfort meal thats hearty, homey, and fills up the tummy is what I associated them with. I would scrape the insides out, eat the veggies first then the chicken and finally the crust. I simply destroyed the meal. … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake

Where in London?

The London Cookbook by Aleksandra Crapanzano This book is the adventures of the author Aleksandra Crapanzano in London.In search of tahini cookies, she ended up with a fantastic book filled with delicious recipes.  It has so many dishes from the top restaurants, cafes, and hole in the walls. I couldn't wait to try some of these! … Continue reading Where in London?

Brown Butter Carrots.

  I love carrots! Especially the rainbow ones. I know there isn't much of a difference, if there even is one besides the colors. But they are so much brighter! This was a perfect dish for today. The recipe I used is from Recipe Critic.   Ingredients ¼ cup butter 2 cloves garlic, minced 2lb bag … Continue reading Brown Butter Carrots.


There are endless leftovers during thanksgiving. I know for our friends giving last year we sent each person home with enough for 2 meals. It is better to have too much instead of not enough. I am going to try to make a pizza with my leftovers this year. Until then, here are 100 different … Continue reading Leftovers.

CowBoy Deer Chili.

It's officially shotgun season, and of course this is when I look for recipies in case Ricky gets a deer. We still had a bit of ground venison left, so yesterday I used some up to clear room. Hopefully that gives him some good luck. I don't really care for this chili but if mixed … Continue reading CowBoy Deer Chili.

Thanksgiving Week.

It's almost time to bring out the fancy dishes, and the fabric tablecloths. A time when you can express all day how thankful you are for everything in your life. Then a few hours later, go crazy to buy things you don't need. Yes, I am a black Friday shopper, proud of it. I really do … Continue reading Thanksgiving Week.

Soup Week Day 7 : Veggie & Noodle Soup

Welcome to the last day of Soup Week. Here is the last soup: Veggie and Noodle Soup. Ingredients 2 1/2 Tbsp olive oil 4 cloves garlic, minced 3 (14.5 oz) cans chicken broth or vegetable broth 2  cans diced tomatoes (undrained) 1 box of noodles. I used these little ones. I think elbow would be … Continue reading Soup Week Day 7 : Veggie & Noodle Soup

Day 5 of Soup Week : Summer Stew. Yes, Summer.

Welcome to day 5 of Soup Week: Summer Stew. I know it's November and there is no reason to even mention Summer. But, this soup does not have to be made only in the summer. It's just a lighter soup. I found this recipe on Better Homes & Gardens Summer Stew Ingredients 17 ounce package … Continue reading Day 5 of Soup Week : Summer Stew. Yes, Summer.

Day 2 of Soup Week: Cabbage Soup.

Welcome to Soup Week day 2. Today is a good one, if your into cabbage. Cabbage Soup.  Fun Fact: I do not like cabbage, or sauerkraut. I can handle a little on a ruben if I can't scrape it off, but no thank you. Yet again this was a soup make for my family. They … Continue reading Day 2 of Soup Week: Cabbage Soup.