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I’m not sure if many of you know this, but I spend a good part of my life earning my living by bartending. From the ages of 18 to about 28, when I worked – that’s what I was doing. I’m not a big drinker, personally, but I LOVE making a really really great drink. Continue reading →
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I’ve got several Minecrafters in this house currently. I’ve heard hours upon hours of conversations on building, creepers, zombies, diamond pick axes, and so many other things that I have no idea what the purpose is, or why it is so important, but OH MY GOSH it is SO important. I’ve refereed many Minecraft arguments too, but thankfully those seem to be few and far between these days. Enter Gameband.
Merry (almost) Christmas everyone! In true holiday fashion, I am completely overwhelmed. I don’t even have my tree up yet. How horrible is that? I did go and BUY a tree yesterday, but of COURSE our tree stand is too small for it. Back to the store for me. Continue reading →
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Most days lunch consists of leftovers dug of the fridge and heated up as quickly as possible to eat in front of my desk. Such is life when you have five kids, a job, and a blog on top of that. Its busy! That is why I was so excited to be invited to try the new Campbell’s®Slow Kettle® soup. Continue reading →
If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen me posting and raving about this soup this week. Its pretty rare that I cook, shoot, AND post something so quickly, and when you do you KNOW it is something I’m really excited about. Continue reading →
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December is here, and almost 1/3 over already, and is probably the busiest month of the year for me. Shopping for the kids and the rest of the family, baking, blogging, working, the kids’ school activities, birthday parties, tree buying, tree decorating, ahhhhhhhhh!!! It gets a little overwhelming at times, and it is easy to forget what the holiday is all about.
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Are you still full of carby tukey awesomeness? We JUST finished up all of our leftovers on Wednesday night. That’s a lot of turkey, and potatoes, and stuffing, and gravy. Oh the gravy! YUM! As much as I LOVE the Thanksgiving holiday feasting, it leaves me feeling a little over-indulged, and ready to make some room in my diet for some other healthy options for some quick lunches and snacks.
There is something so amazing about making something completely from scratch. It isn’t always possible or practical, but when you have the time, the motivation, and the inclination, the rewards are awesome! Turkey noodle soup is one of the best parts about Thanksgiving for me. We always have plenty of turkey left, and if you give yourself enough time you won’t even need any extra bouillon, stock, or broth added to the mix.