I started this blog when Lizzie got sick and I found solace in cooking. I still love cooking and am obsessed with food, but I don’t have the same drive to share every moment with you anymore. I might still share a few more recipes here and there, but my subscription ends this summer, so […]
It is Spring Break in Georgia. Usually we just hang out at home and do some Staycation activities (movies, aquarium, zoo, downtown stuff, etc…). Occasionally we get to go on a vacation as a family. A couple of years ago, we went to Washington D.C. and had a blast! This year, we were supposed to […]
I’ve decided that even though I love bacon and still will cook some occasional meat for my family, I’m going to be a (mostly) vegetarian again. I’ve realized how much better I feel not eating meat. I will still eat the occasional meat/seafood dish that I want, but I’m going mostly vegetarian again just for […]
So today was the 4th anniversary of my oldest daughter’s, Elizabeth aka Lizzie aka Lulu, death. She was 9 and full of happiness, thoughtfulness, kindness, and love. She was diagnosed with cancer at age 4 around Thanksgiving and died on this date 4 years ago. I obviously have a difficult time around this point in […]
I teach 6th graders and have a 6th grader, so I thought, who better to ask an opinion on what looks good? They will tell you the truth no matter what! Sure enough, hands down, this new combination worked out. Let me know what you think!
Before- scoop out seeds and gunk. strain off and clean off all the gunk from the seeds in warm water. Let dry (I let them sit out overnight to dry) . Cover in a couple of tablespoons of olive oil and salt. Cook at 300 for about 45 minutes, tossing every 15 minutes. After-So yummy!
I wanted to brighten up and change the blog a bit. Let me know what you think!