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Hey! At least I didn't fry them! 😉 It seems like forever since I have posted a new dinner idea. This one actually came by accident. The girls have been asking for my Cheesy Ham Stuffed Chicken for a couple of weeks now. I defrosted some chicken and found some provolone and bacon in the fridge. … Continue reading Naughty and Nice…Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Provolone and Wrapped in Bacon…
Hey guys! I promise I am eating! Mostly quick meals at home, take-out, and the occasional take-out... The reason why? Well, cheer season has started back again. School is around the corner. I am soaking up all the summer left! My girls playing at the park. Missing one little angel here. Sunday, I … Continue reading Catch up with a side of Stir Fry…
Pretty tomato obsessed over here! Cucumber and Tomato Balsamic Salad Ingredients 1 large cucumber, sliced thinly 1 large tomato, diced (or 2 small Roma tomatoes, a handful of baby heilooms, etc.) 3 tablespoons balsamic balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil salt pepper Directions... Combine sliced cucumber and tomato in a medium bowl. Add balsamic vinegar … Continue reading Cucumber and Tomato Balsamic Salad
Another yummy way to utilize your summer tomatoes! 1/2 raw Jicama, 1 Summer tomato, and 1 bunch of cilantro. Chop all these summer beauties and mix with a bit of olive oil and salt-and-pepper. Perfection for a slaw or salad to add to your perfect grilled meat.
Good morning, friends! I hope everyone had a GREAT weekend! Friday we had a great time at the pool. The girls had a blast with lots of the neighborhood kids. Then the girls had a slumber party with a few friends. They had a blast! Then they slept over with my parents. The hubby … Continue reading Weekend Wrap-Up and a Yummy Monday Brunch
So easy it is ridiculous... 1. SMOKING HOT PAN! 2. Salt and Pepper some bone in thick cut pork chops. 3. Coat them with olive oil. 4. Put in the pan and cook on first side for about 12 minutes. 5. Turn over and cook until internal temperature reaches 150. Take out and let rest … Continue reading Easy Stove Top Porkchops