This weekend on our way home from adventuring we drove past a Trader Joe’s. We decided to stop and stock up. I’ve been wanting to make a video sharing a week of kid lunches with things I find from Trader Joe’s.
Raise your hand if you like Irish soda bread 🙋🏼♀️🙋🏼♀️ raise your hand if you don’t really know what Irish soda bread is but you want to get in on that ish 🙋🏼♀️
Jaryd always jokes because, without fail, if we’re out and there’s pulled pork on the menu, I cannot pass it up. There’s something about that shredded, sweet, saucey meat that speaks to my soul.
My intention was to get all the heart shaped and red things in before Valentine’s day. Whelp, sometimes you need to embrace the fact that red velvet is a year-round kinda thing.
Last week my cousin (hey hey Jake) hit me up for a slow cooker recipe. I didn’t have one. He needed an elevated, deliciously yummy recipe that you could set, forget and chow down on hours later. It hit me that I have very close to zero slow cooker recipes on my blog.
Welp, it’s officially March. How? I don’t know. One of my readers reached out asking for a healthier shamrock shake recipe. I was intrigued. How did she read my mind? How did she know I wanted to make one? Truth be told, I’ve never had a shamrock shake, but I researched it. And what I found was…
Today I thought it would be fun to share ten pantry staples with you guys! These are items that I always keep stocked in my pantry. Having these items on hand will help make easy, nutritious, quick meals and day of the week.
My obsession with falafel started later than most. I was in my 20s’s and lived down the street to a falafel bar. You order a pita with falafel and hummus and then load up your pita with ALL TYPES of goodies from their bar.