I love making homemade nut milk. It doesn’t last too long in my house, but nonetheless, I love making it. It’s so fresh and delicious. I love how you can customize the flavors, the sweetness, and make it your own. Up until this week I always just discarded the leftover pulp. Then I decided to do something fun…
It’s hard to believe I’ve made it 2+ years with this blog and I don’t have a hamburger recipe yet. What’s wrong with me! I think it’s because I don’t make hamburgers on my own, really. For some reason, I wait until we’re out and about to indulge in a thick, juicy, hearty, hamburger.
There are some combinations that should never be messed with: 1) milk and chocolate chip cookies; 2) milk and chocolate cake; 3) chocolate and peanut butter. Here’s the thing: I looooove Reese’s peanut butter cups. A couple Halloweens back I bought one bag of Reese’s for the trick or treaters and one bag for me. For about two days straight I lived solely on Reese’s cups and coffee. Not my finest moment.
It’s popsicle season, y’all! I remember when Caleb was little, I funneled any leftover smoothies into popsicle molds and some magical thing happened. No matter what was in that smoothie, no matter how healthy, or green or “weird” it was in smoothie form, the moment it froze on a stick, he gobbled it up. Like I said, magic.
One of my favorite things to eat is sushi. Without fail, whenever Jaryd asks what we want to order in or where we want to grab food I’m all eager beaver, “sushi?!” without hesitation. I’m pretty stuck in my ways and get the same rolls over and over.