Today was the first snow to actually stick . I’m excited because I get to wear my super cute peacoat and my mittens . It definitely was a soup kind of day. So I made butternut squash soup with fried sage leaves. I didn’t have any bread to make crostinis, so I rummaged in the pantry and found some asiago and herb croutons. Such good soup for an 18 degree night!
With Thanksgiving behind us and December approaching Sunday I thought would be fun to list some festive movies to watch with family after a day of shopping or trying to figure out why half the strand of lights isn’t working. Continue reading
Happy Turkey Day everyone!! Well, I have done it again this year Oh My!! Busy Day. From doing a event called the Filthy 5k to cooking dinner, and probably eating a little to much what a wonderful day this has been. I wanted to share a good pie recipe I found. This is sweet treat take on a pecan pie and it involves bourbon.
Here is the link to the recipe. It is by Food Network’s Aton Brown. Continue reading
Turkey Day is almost upon us and I thought I would drop a few helpful tips about the BIG day. These are some things I have learned and wanted to pass on. As you know, I love to cook and I embrace my trial and errors hahaha. They have made me a better cook. Whether spending this holiday with friends or family or both it can be extremely stressful, especially cooking. So with that said here we go… Continue reading
Last weekend I took an amazing trip back up to the Bay area to spend my birthday with Mike and Nate ( some of my favorite people.) We spent my last day in Alameda. It has a cute downtown area and from the Tequila fabulous pictures you know that I had an unforgettable birthday. Continue reading
So with Halloween one day away, I am thinking of what kind of candy to get for the little goblins, princesses, ninjas, and occasional cowboys. One ponders…