LOOK. AT. THIS PIE. Continue reading “Strawberry Rhubarb Pie”
A couple weeks ago, I was scrolling Instagram like a potato lump when I came accross a Hello Fresh coupon. Chesh and I had already been talking about wanting to try out a meal delivery kit, and this seemed like the perfect oportunity. I did some research, and signed up for Hello Fresh. Continue reading “Hello Fresh Review & Thoughts”
Sometimes, things just don’t work out the way you plan. Sometimes you plan for one thing to happen, and instead you end up spending over four hours on one baking project, wishing you’d never even heard of blueberry lemon macarons.
I suppose I should start at the beginning. Continue reading “The Great Macaron Disaster”
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Before Chesh and I moved up to Michigan for our jobs working with Cedar Campus, I never had to worry about grocery money. I made a decent amount and didn’t have to worry about over-spending on groceries. And all things considered, my budget was pretty high for only one person. When we moved up to the Great White North, our annual salary got cut WAY down from what it used to be (that’s what I get for loving camp so much…) I had to budget and STICK to my budget. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Need a Meal Planner (& Free Printable)”
My mother makes fettuccine alfredo like you wouldn’t believe. I mean the good kind too, with fresh cream and milk and fresh grated cheese, not the stuff from the jar. When I went to college, I tried the stuff from the jar, and thought to myself, “Self, you will NEVER, and I mean NEVER, be able to make fettuccine alfredo from a jar like mom’s recipe.” Continue reading “Easy Shrimp Alfredo”
IT’S OFFICIALLY CHRISTMAS SEASON!!! (sorry for yelling…) This has got to be my favorite time of year. The snow outside (it’s currently raining), the hustle and the bustle (I’m doing all my shopping online this year), the Christmas music (Chesh dislikes Christmas music), and all the food (I got this one, guys). Continue reading “Recipe: Pumpkin Bread”
Every year around this time, mom starts making cheesball. Simply put, it’s a round ball made of cheese, and served with crackers. I’ve seen many a store-bought cheeseball with pimento cheese, rolled in almonds. This, my poor uncultured friends, is NOT a cheeseball. Yes, it might be labeled as one in the cheese section at Walmart, and may seem fancy, in it’s plastic wrapping, but this is NOT what the true meaning of the season of cheeseballs is. Continue reading “Secret Recipes: Mom’s Cheeseball”