I am SO DONE with winter. I don’t even live in a bad enough climate to feel at all justified in feeling this way, yet every year I do. I’m going with it.
You can’t control your feelings, and I guess I’m justified in being irritated at the 40° misty rainy gray just as much as the Minnesotan inside me used to be so filled with hate over the negative temperatures and feet of snow.
WINTER JUST SUCKS, pretty much everywhere.
Except for Florida. Everything is good in Flordia in the winter. I’m sure of it.
These meal plans will have you wishing even harder for spring. It’ll be here before we know it, so might as well start drooling now!
Easy Spring Recipes
Some meals are to be made in memory of the thing formerly known as sunshine, and some need to be reserved for actual warm weather to roll around.
If the snow is melted where you are at, fire up the grill and make one of these spring recipes that you can sink your teeth into.
Prime Rib Dinner fit for an Easter feast
Are you as excited about Easter dinner as I am? If you aren’t a fan of ham, you might not be.
For those of you who fall in that category, I’d like to suggest a Rib Roast for your Easter feast. Check out my meal option below for a fantastic grilled Prime Rib.
Need an Easter menu that even Grandma would be proud of? I've got just the thing for you!
Traeger Smoked Ham
Delicious double-smoked and maple-glazed ham is a super simple pellet-grill recipe that is one of my favorite ways to enjoy ham!
Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes
Scalloped potatoes are easy to make, and so much better than pre-made!
BLT Pasta Salad
Delicious bucatini pasta is cooked al dente and combined with copious amounts of fresh vegeables, bacon, tomatoes, and a bacon dressing that's incredible.
Roasted Broccoli Casserole
This roasted broccoli casserole is perfect for your Thanksgiving or Christmas table. Smothered in a creamy sauce and covered with cheese, even the vegetable haters in your life will love this.
Prime Rib Dinner
If ham isn't your thing, you might want to check out this beefy spring option. Tried and tested
Traeger Prime Rib Roast
Prime Rib on the Traeger is another must try. Like most things cooked on the T, it takes it to the next level. If you've cooked a prime rib roast before, then this will be a breeze.
Traeger Smoked Smashed Potatoes
Easy smoked smashed potatoes are cooked over wood fire and have a crisp skin that crackles when you bite it, but creamy soft centers.
Traeger Corn on the Cob
This easy grilled Corn on the Cob is cooked on your Traeger or other wood-pellet grill. Check it out, and make it today!
Barbecue Beef Dinner
This traditional barbecue beef dinner is smoked low and slow on the grill before being shredded and coated with the best barbecue sauce ever!
Easy Homemade barbecue sauce that you'll keep going back to for more! I can't wait until you try it!
Traeger Smoked Beef Roast
My Traeger Smoked Beef Roast is BBQ Beef, but like on overdrive. This starts out on your wood-fired grill or smoker, and smokes on low heat for 6 hours, and then gets a slow beer braise on the stovetop until that roast is fork-tender and shreddable.
Loaded Baked Potato Salad
Bacon, ranch, and cheese - oh my! This loaded baked potato salad is going to because your favorite barbecue side dish.
Coleslaw Recipe with Vinegar
Easy vinegar-based coleslaw recipe that gets thrown together in 5 minutes and will leave you wanting to make a meal out of it.