I’ll tell you what – nothing makes you think twice about turning on the faucet than seeing your water bill go up. I guess that’s the price to live during a drought. In the desert. In California. Go figure. Still, I like hot showers and to be clean and to eat pasta. All of whichClick to Continue »
Archives for September 2015
You guys. This soup. Is Amazing. And it’s not because I made it OR because I love soup. Although both are true. It’s because it contains lentils and NO ONE PERSON AT THE TABLE NOTICED! Even my picked eater had two servings, and that my friends, is practically unheard of. And a miracle.
I’m a competitive person by nature. There’s satisfaction that comes from beating my own expectations, as well as those of nay-sayers. My husband knows that if he REALLY wants me to do something, challenge me to do it. But I have a sneaky suspicion I’m not the other one who operates this way. I REALLY want youClick to Continue »
Fall is my absolute favorite time of year, and considering I’m a New Englander, it probably should be. There’s something magical about any changing season, but fall is especially enchanting with it’s cool crisp air, warm spicy beverages and the promise of many feasts and gatherings to soon come. It’s the perfect marriage between snugglingClick to Continue »
I scream, you scream, we all scream for…Apple Crumble Ice Cream! Summer’s on the way out – probably for many of you, a cool fall breeze is already sweeping through. Sounds dreamy. Here in Houston, we just hope that it feels like fall by the time Thanksgiving rolls around!
About a year ago, we ditched over the counter body washes and face soaps and switched to all natural goat milk soap from Bend Soap Company. It started because I struggled with acne. Two days of washing with goat milk soap and my acne-prone skin started to clear up. Then I figured out how to turn it intoClick to Continue »
A few weeks ago I took a box of produce over to a neighbor’s house and I smelled their house. From the mat outside their front door, I could tell that their house smelled good. Not like they were cooking something or baking something or anything like that. And it wasn’t even the scent ofClick to Continue »
Shocking news: I’ve just realized the awesomeness of tomato paste. Who knew so much awesome tomato flavor could be JAM PACKED into such a tiny little can? To which another thought immediately followed: What do I do with a can of tomato paste minus 1 Tbsp?!