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Updates to the Site

As you may have noticed, things look a little different around here. 😀 I’ve been blogging for nearly a decade and for nearly the same amount of time, people have asked when I was going to switch from Blogger to WordPress. At first I avoided doing it because there was just […]

#BakingBloggers: Oreo Cheesecake Brownie Bars

When I saw the theme for this month’s Baking Bloggers, I asked my coworkers what they wanted me to make. Bite sized desserts are one of the most popular things that I make and bring into work because they’re so much easier to share. They asked for something with Oreos […]

#FarmersMarketWeek: Old Bay Corn

It’s the final day of #FarmersMarketWeek! I hope you’ve enjoyed the recipes I and the other bloggers have shared with you. A couple of years ago I went to a cookout my cousin hosts for the Fourth of July. One of the dishes there, that her boyfriend had made, was […]

improv cooking challenge: cheeseburger pizza

The ingredient’s for August’s Improv Cooking Challenge are ketchup and mustard. For months I have thought about this flavor combination and could not come up with anything interesting at all to make. The only recipes I could think of was meatloaf, which we’re not big fans of, or cheeseburgers, which […]

#FarmersMarketWeek: Peach, Zucchini and Onion Flatbread

Day 3 of #FarmersMarketWeek! Have you enjoyed the recipes I’ve shared with you so far? I have one more after this one, scheduled for Friday. You’ve also checked out what the other bloggers have made right? Everything looks so delicious! I had brought a thin-crust pizza dough to my aunts […]

#FarmersMarketWeek: Individual Peach Oatmeal Crisps

I’ve joined up with the Festive Foodies this week for an event called #FarmersMarketWeek. We’re getting together and sharing recipes with you using fresh produce or other ingredients you’d find at the Farmer’s Market. Our host is Ellen of Family Around the Table. Is it just me or have the […]

#FarmersMarketWeek: Watermelon Cucumber Smoothie

I think I was around 9 years old when my mom decided she wanted to try gardening. She had always kept up with flowers and things, but we never grew our own food. She chose watermelon and cucumbers and planted them in a bed on the left side of the […]

July 2018 Things

July is gone? How did this happen? I am in shock that it is already August. In the past couple of years I’ve noticed that the even years seem to have the months fly by, but the odd numbered years, they pass along at a much more normal pace. Even […]

#ImprovCookingChallenge: Muffuletta Sandwich

Recently Tom has been talking about how much he misses New Orleans and the foods there. For two years before we went, he had a trade show there for work in October. Of course now that we’ve both been and I absolutely love the city, the trade show has changed […]