I’m breaking my hiatus briefly because several people have asked me how to make roast chicken, and I thought this would be the easiest way to post my recipe. Or perhaps I should call it a technique instead. I love making roast chicken, it’s probably one of my favorite foods to both make and eat.
We are at the end of week two of the Anti-Inflammation diet! So far, so good! I’ve not cheated once, and I’ve lost 3 pounds! WOOT! My favorite recipe of the week was this fantastic soup from Carlsbad Cravings. I typically don’t eat a ton of creamy soups–I’m usually more of a stew girl–but this
Fresh starts. It’s been the theme this week, hasn’t it? Most of us have set at least one goal for the new year. Resolutions, we call them. I am no exception to that–I posted my 2016 Goal post (no pun intended) on Monday, and so far I’ve done quite well. I’ve already lost 2.2 pounds,
December doesn’t exactly get cold in Texas. This is the time of year when our trees turn gold, orange, and red–long after the trees back home have already dropped their leaves–Oh look, here come the Leaf Blower Men now, right on time! *groan* Our Christmas tree is up, but our windows have been open all
November is my favorite month. My birthday is next weekend…29. Yikes! I am so not ready for 30. And my favorite holiday is in November! Everyone gets so excited for Halloween, and then immediately starts preparing for Christmas. But WAIT! What about Thanksgiving, ya’ll? IT IS THE BEST HOLIDAY! Maybe I just love it the
For almost everyone, October means Halloween and hot beverages and warm blankets and magic. But for some people, including The Hubs and I…October means one thing: BASEBALL PLAYOFFS. Nothing else exists for us until baseball is over. Sure, there’s football, and trust me, football IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. I mean, I am married to a Notre
I’m a snackaholic. My whole family is that way–we are grazers. Our pantry was always more full of chips and cookies and dip and pickles than real food. When we get together, there’s always a gigantic orange bowl of homemade chex mix, and someone is always making brownies. With that in mind, I couldn’t
I know, I know…this is a book blog, not a food blog. But, in my past life, I used to cook on the daily. I even tried to write a couple food blogs and just couldn’t keep up with them. So, now that I’m trying to get back into cooking…I may post some of my